On Dienstag, 24. Juni 2014, 11:41:59 wrote Michal Hrusecky:
Michal Hrusecky - 7:38 20.06.14 wrote:
Joshua Plautz - 17:40 19.06.14 wrote:
I'm guessing this is the same issue I hit
when I upgraded to 2.4. The
openSUSE armv7l prjconfs include a host label requirement but that
wasn't really documented anywhere.
In your buildconfig you probably have something like this if you copied
the openSUSE ARM projects:
Constraint: hostlabel QEMU_ARM
All that you need to do is edit /etc/sysconfig/obs-server on your QEMU
capable workers and add this:
Hmmm, I originally noticed this and removed Constraint: part from my
prjconf. Now I put it back and configured it as you said and still
nothing. In theory the trouble could be that I'm currently running
everything in virtual machine to test the setup and therefore my workers
are configured to use lxc, but that shouldn't be an issue as arm user
emulation can't take advantage of kvm anyway, right?
Ok, so I moved forward towards my goal a little bit, but the path I'm
taking is definitely not the right one.
What I did is that I added armv7l to %cando['x86_64'] in BSCando. And I
That sounds wrong, you should have a
defined in prjconf instead.
modified the build script a little bit to make sure
that qemu binaries
are copied into chroot. It is still not working, but now it is at least
Just preinstall the qemu binaries, no need to modify code.
Any suggestions how to make things work correctly
without doing those
ugly hacks are welcome.
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