On Dienstag, 10. Mai 2016, 19:44:04 wrote Erico Mendonca:
As I’m currently working on configuring one, I found
that both documentation links are sometimes contradictory and/or outdated. Add that to
other alternative pages on opensuse.org
and Tizen, and things can get a bit strange.
I was sort of writing my own documentation on what works and what doesn’t, then I found
out (after a few days of work, of course) that the script located at
/usr/lib/obs/server/setup-appliance.sh does almost everything, including some steps not
documented properly anywhere.
yes, we are currently updateing the README files for this ...
So, you just need to install the packages and run the
- You need the repository at
- For some reason, the package “bsdtar”, which is required, is not available for SLE12. I
branched and built it on my home directory:
right, I have added it to OBS:Server:2.7 project now as well.
- For some reason, if you try to install the obs-api
via command-line zypper, it’ll give you all sorts of warnings about conflicting files. If
you install it via YaST, it doesn’t (?). You need the following packages (and their
incredible amount of dependencies): obs-server, obs-signd, obs-utils, obs-worker, obs-api.
yes, the ruby 2.1 packages from SLE 12 are not prepared for parallel installation of
- make sure you have a FQDN hostname.
- the Rake commands fail if I don’t create an empty /root/app/jobs/consistency_check.rb
huh? I can't reproduce this, can you give details about this?
thanks a lot for this feedback
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