[fedora-arm] rootfs for building in mock
dennis at ausil.us
Fri Aug 19 19:47:20 UTC 2011
resending to the list and not just me
>> El Thu, 18 Aug 2011 15:37:59 -0500
>> Dennis Gilmore <dennis at ausil.us> escribió:
>>> hi all,
>>> 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.
>> http://arm-temp.ausil.us/pub/fedora-arm/arm-rebuild.sh 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
> ok so
> rm /etc/yum.repos.d/*
> wget http://arm-temp.ausil.us/pub/fedora-arm/fedora-arm.repo -O
> yum install screen
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