----- Original Message -----
From: "Dan Horák" <dan(a)danny.cz>
Sent: Monday, June 15, 2015 4:15:03 PM
Subject: Fw: New architecture in Copr: PPC64LE
now supports building on ppc64le as a
first Fedora secondary architecture.
Begin forwarded message:
Date: Mon, 15 Jun 2015 15:38:59 +0200
From: Miroslav Suchy <msuchy(a)redhat.com>
To: Development discussions related to Fedora
<devel(a)lists.fedoraproject.org> Subject: New architecture in Copr:
I just enabled new architecture in Copr - PowerPC 64 LE (little endian).
There are those chroots available:
This happened as co-operation of Red Hat, Brno University of Technology
I would like to thanks D, Horak and J. Capik from Secondary
Architectures for cooperation and making this happen.
To enable this architecture on existing project, you need to navigate to
your project -> click on Edit tab -> choose PPC64LE chroots -> Save and
then resubmit your SRPMs.
Enjoy and happy hacking
As follow up to the COPR enhancement, I have also added ppc64le build root in to my docker
To try out docker from COPR:
# Fedora 22 or Fedora 23(aka. rawhide) is required
# enable docker repo
$ dnf copr enable jcajka/docker-gccgo
# install docker
# currently based on version 1.7.0-2.git50ef691 from fedora master/rawhide branch
$ dnf install docker
# start docker daemon
$ systemctl start docker
# you might want to enable docker service to start on system start
$ systemctl enable docker
# run any ppc64le docker container for example 'unofficial' fedora22 base image
for ppc64le from my docker hub repo
$ docker run -it jcajka/fedora22-ppc64le bash
You should have shell in container by now.
It is still not a regular build just "unofficial testing" one, but at least
something to try out :).
Regular docker build should be around a corner for Fedora 23, but there is no ETA yet,
probably still few weeks(not including time needed by ppc-koji to catch up the primary
If you have any issues and/or questions feel free to contact me.