On Mon, Oct 3, 2011 at 6:04 PM, DJ Delorie <dj(a)delorie.com> wrote:
> Either should work. They have the minimum needed for mock builds, but
> they do have "yum" so you can "yum install gcc make" (after a "yum
> update" perhaps ;).
Thanks. Yesterday yum was having trouble finding the yum repos, so I
assumed they were bogus, and that the image was "as is".
Today yum is happier, so must have been a transient network or server issue.
martin(a)laptop.org -- Software Architect - OLPC
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binutils (now from F15 mainline), cloog, gcc and libtool all available from:
Please import into main repo
Whats next? I'm going to take a shot at glibc.
Just a quick note that Red Hat is growing over time, and we *might* in
due course have an opening for a test engineer who would get some time
to help with Fedora ARM. In this case it would likely only be applicable
if you're based in the Boston area, but I'm always interested in hearing
from those who are looking - drop me a line in confidence :)
Thanks (and sorry for slight spam!)