On 20.02.21 10:24, Axel Braun wrote:
Am Samstag, 20. Februar 2021, 00:23:57 CET schrieb Jan
would still contact the scheduler to have it generate the
dependency list, and it would contact one or more servers to download the
build dependencies, which would be forbidden in the hermit kingdom of LA.
Sure. But if you want just the result to be private it works fine. So once you
have all dependencies you can use -o to build.
One could always set up an own OBS instance, configure and populate it
with binaries from download.o.o and then build against that.
BTDT. Not for the crazy reasons brought up here, but to prove a bug in
OBS that was not reproducible easily on build.o.o
@Carlos - I havent used rpmbuild since I use osc.
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