Adrian Schröter <adrian(a)suse.de> writes:
> On Freitag, 22. April 2016, 15:08:17 wrote Normand:
>> On 22/04/2016 13:28, Henne Vogelsang wrote:
>>> On 22.04.2016 11:25, Normand wrote:
>>>> What is the best doc to follow to try an OBS local installation ?
>>> That depends on how you want to install it.
>>> The easiest way is definitely the appliance.
>>> You just download the appliance installer,
>>> boot from it and follow the instructions on the screen.
>> In fact I want to make trial on a ppc64le machine, to identify what is not
working for this architecture.
> The current problem is that we can't execute the testsuite on ppc64le,
> because phantomjs has no support for ppc64le. You can see the state here:
phantomjs version in devel:languages:nodejs (1) do build for ppc64le as per (2)
It is on its way to TW via request 357644 (3)
You could disable the test suite in obs-server package, if you want
to build a snapshot to try it in real life. But I don't like to
ship it without ...
Since all obs-server packages are noarch you can just use the packages
that were built on x86_64 as-is on ppc64le.
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