Am Freitag, 19. März 2010 21:28:54 schrieb Abel Alfonso Firvida Donestevez:
On Fri, 2010-03-19 at 20:56 +0100, Adrian Schröter
Am Freitag, 19. März 2010 19:31:58 schrieb Abel
Alfonso Firvida Donestevez:
After two days trying I have installed the OBS Appliance on a local
server, and I got it working perfectly but it doesn't build packages. I
always get the "Build Status unavailable" message. I check into the
appliance and there is no gcc or any other compiler.
My question is: Do I have to install anything else?
If so, where I can find it ?
hard to say with these information. You have activated the the remote
schedulers are running ?
Schedulers are running fine.
Did obs depends on the internet connection tu build the software ?
I thought that I could be able to build software with obs on my local
server without any connection to build.opensuse.org
That is possible, but than you need to import the base distributions manually.
I´ve done everything that wiki says about install the
obs appliance. all
the services started with succeeds status. I can get into webclient and
create projects and packages assign repos. the only thing my local obs
don't do is to build. And I think I'm missing something, like install
compilers or another software
Yes, either that or click on the "Setup OBS" link in webui, to setup
a interconnect to api.opensuse.org
. Your instance will than download and
cache all needed packages automatically.
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