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On 07/16/2013 05:28 AM, Peter Robinson wrote:
> All the remix images to date have been created on the users own
> devices. If you are internal to Red Hat there's process to get access
> to internal infrastructure...
There are 3 things I would like to add here:
1. As Peter mentioned elsewhere in his reply, not even the ARM team has
access to the ARM builders in PHX. Just like we don't have x86_64.
Access is handled by the infrastructure team, builds are handled by
koji. These are closed systems without remote access provisions.
koji grant-permission <image> <user>: grant the permission to build an image
type to a user.
Is that not correct?
2. Kevin Fenzi is working on setting up a limited pool
community-accessible ARM builders. Join in the weekly fedora-arm
meeting on Wendesdays at 20:00 UTC in #fedora-meeting-1 for updates
about his progress (And other ARM topics). As of last week it was being
considered and worked on, but not immediately ready to go.
3. If you are a Red Hat employee I can provide access to ARM systems
the same caliber as what is in the Fedora colo. Drop me a line and let
me know what you need- I will make it happen.
As I mentioned earlier in the thread, I'd rather have community accessible machines.
And I'm not really comfortable manipulating build images from 4000 miles away if
I haven't been able to test them in the slightest locally.
Peter said that he's restart creating GNOME images very soon, which is
good enough for me to start with.
I have packages for the freedreno X server driver done:
(it currently requires a git mesa, but it might be a good thing to get it in
the distro anyway)
And for a version of adbd that'll run on Fedora:
The sources still need fixing to use another user than 2000 by default, and
the systemd service file needs fixing too.
If anyone is interested to get those merged, poke me or Rob Clark about
getting them in Fedora and the patches upstream.