On Wed, Aug 5, 2015 at 6:46 AM, wufucious
Our Linux is based on Centos. As for some specific software packages, we
replace them with a later or older version. As for some others, we edit
their source codes and compile them. Moreover, we also add some software
packages we need.
Yea, I would not be able to recommend anything other than building all
of that on OBS. Maybe others have some more info?
Out of curiosity, that is a very narrow case, why do you even want to
use public OBS for this? If you need it as a continuous-integration
server than maybe private instance of OBS will be exactly what you
need? And I bet there will be possibilities to do exactly what you
Thank you for your response.
Actually, I have set up a local OBS on my server and it works very well.Now
it can build software packages for all kinds of Linux distributions just
like the public OBS.Then naturally I hope it can build for my customized
Centos. Maybe it is really a narrow case. Any more suggestions?
Moreover, I am going to make a continuous-integration server and of course
OBS is a part of it.