On Thursday 2010-07-01 01:39, Martin Mohring wrote:
Jan Engelhardt wrote:
On Wednesday 2010-06-30 18:48, Stephan Kleine
So, from the top of my head:
1. am I correct that OBS is already able to build for ARM but it is
slow due to cross compilation being needed?
2. What is possible to speed that up - e.g. how do the Meego folks do
Using real hardware.
Not needed with the OBS solution. The complete MeeGo or openSUSE ARM
port never saw any real HW before its first boot. That was after the
It may not be needed, but speed what was asked for.
And somtimes you happen to not have any working emulator at hand.. ;)
Weren't it an option to exclude "big" packages (e.g. OpenOffice
> stack) and just build those once in a while - e.g. for milestones?
> 4. What other problems do you see with creating openSUSE builds for ARM
> that I forgot to mention here?
Some packages do only compile cross because they need more RAM than 2 GB
Interesting - which ones?
Some packages do not compile with cross compilation.
Anything that tries to run something just-compiled.
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