On 19.07.14 16:09, Arnd Gronenberg wrote:
I'm running openSUSE Factory on some ARMv7 boards (cubietruck, Olimex
A10 OLinuXino LIME) using the Factory ARM repository at
Everything is working fine and I'm currently working on packaging the
specific linux-sunxi kernel and tools for Allwinner processors as well
as compiling some specific repositories (like hamradio) for ARM (v7
Unfortunately, the build for
be disable for a couple of weeks, last builds were create around May
That repository is still building:
However, it only gets published (pushed to download.opensuse.org
it is in a "consistent" state, so when no packages are left in building
or scheduled state.
Looking at the number of build jobs running right now and the monitor,
I'd say quite a few of our build workers don't build anymore :). Dirk,
what happened to your watchdog scripts?
Is there any specific reason for no longer providing a
repository? Whom may I contact to get the build enabled again?
You're at the perfect spot :). Let's wait for Dirk's reply to find out
why his scripts that trigger machine resets when our build workers crash
How may I help with the armv7hl target?
Phew. Since you've already started to work on Sunxi, I guess it would be
awesome if you could help out here on the official sunxi contrib repository:
so that we will eventually have an easy-to-find image for those
platforms. Especially for sunxi we would also need some innovative
deployment method. Right now we have to build one image per exact
hardware configuration. Other distributions are more clever here - they
overwrite the hardware description in their image while deploying it, so
that you only need to create one image for all platforms.
Then there's the usual "oh, I see a package failed in Factory for ARM,
let me see what's broken" type of help that's always very much
Either way, welcome on board!
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