Le 15/09/2013 13:27, Dirk Stöcker a écrit :
On Fri, 13 Sep 2013, Dirk Müller wrote:
I made SR
#198938 for a big ARM images update:
* Add support to multi-arch (armv6, armv7 and aarch64) => needed because
JeOS/XFCE/E17 rootfs will have the same name whereas it is not compiled for the same
* Add contrib repo when needed
* Various fixes (kernel image name for RPi is zImage, not Image, etc.)
Nice, thanks. I've accepted that.
Hmm. These changes all look like you actually can build for Raspberry, but the OBS
project still cannot:
No. I built it manually, using JeOS rootfs for armv6 and partitionning manually an SD
Everything fails with problems by the RPM scriptlets. As the scriptlets itself look fine
I assume, that somehow the emulation is wrong. Probably the scripts aren't executed
in the qemu, but in the build system?
Maybe. Dirk (Muller) or Alex, any idea?
So how do you do it? On an ARM system directly?
Manually but I tried to build it on an ARM system but I cannot, since Hostarch is x86_64.
Any suggestions to fix that issue for OBS?
We should know exactly what is not executed normally (a script, a specific command, etc.),
maybe having more debug output would be good. :)
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