El Thu, 18 Aug 2011 15:37:59 -0500
Dennis Gilmore <dennis(a)ausil.us> escribió:
I have created a f15 rootfs
it has installed kernels for omap and tegra boards, the kernel is
known to work on a trimslice though there seems to be some issues
with the ssd dropping out. the omap kernel should work on beagle and
pandaboards. of course you can just chroot into the image after bind
mounting /proc and /dev from the host. this image has mock installed
and a configuration for use in the vfad this week. the server to host
all the bits is up and has the content ready to go.
If you intend to participate in the vfad contact me and ill get you a
ssh private key for the upload user on arm-temp.ausil.us so your
results can be made available for all.
I plan to upload the F-15 GA srpms so people can grab them.
One thing i plan to do is to write a script that people can run
it would get a srpm down, mv it on the server, build it in mock
locally, upload the results and run createrepo on the results to make
it available to build against. then rinse and repeat. if someone
wanted to help write it that would be awesome. this way building
would be pretty much hands off, distributed and kinda efficient.
so if you have the rootfs i provided and either are booting it
natively or chrooting into it.
is a script to
randomly grab and rebuild a srpm. you will need to be able to
ssh content to the host server. please contact me with a ssh public key
or ask me for the private key for the upload user. i forgot to make sure
yum in the rootfs is pointing at the right place and forgot to install
screen ill get some working yum configs posted and send out an update
with them. but we can now get some random scripted rpm building going