On Tue, 6 Aug 2013, Andrew Wafaa wrote:
I completely understand people's complaints of
this decision and it is a
valid concern. Problem is we only have a limited pool of resource, openSUSE
operates a roll your sleeve up methodology - if you want it bad enough, roll
your sleeves up and just do it. There is work already started in supporting
the Raspberry Pi, and I'm 100% sure that those involved would be more than
happy for all the help they get, and would be willing to help those trying to
move the effort forward.
I now started a bit for Raspberry Pi:
I reduced the error messages a bit.
Now the JeOS-raspberrypi image says following:
1) I have no idea what these errors mean and how they can be solved:
nothing provides ERROR_NO_BOOT_CONFIG_FILE_FOUND needed by kiwi-desc-oemboot-requires,
nothing provides ERROR_NO_DEPENDENCIES_FOUND needed by kiwi-desc-oemboot-requires,
2) These I don't understand. Even if the packages are blocked for build,
there are old packages which should be taken!
nothing provides kernel-raspberrypi,
nothing provides raspberrypi-firmware,
3) Following probably due to rebuild issues in main repo and will be
resolved when build proceeds (2.37.3 mismatches 2.37.4).
nothing provides libgio-2_0-0 = 2.37.3 needed by gio-branding-openSUSE,
nothing provides qemu-tools needed by virt-utils,
conflict for provider of gio-branding = 2.37.4 needed by libgio-2_0-0,
(provider gio-branding-upstream is conflicted by installed gio-branding-openSUSE)
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