I would love to, but would have to work out the logistics... I am an
individual, with regular cable net access to this system, so it is DHCP
and I only get one address. In the meantime I can take existing SRPMs and
do the build for AMD64 on this system without problem. Hopefully at some
point I can look at giving others access, etc.
On Fri, 31 Oct 2003, Warren Togami wrote:
Justin M. Forbes wrote:
> Second, I am setting up another AMD64 system to use for builds, etc for
> packages where people do not have the hardware to build or test on. Just
> let me know where the SRPM is and I will build and QA against AMD64 to
> ensure the platform is well supported with not just core but extras.
May I recommend trying to get vserver kernel patch working on the AMD64
kernel, that way you can securely give root access to other developers,
and each would have their own independent chroot where they can use yum
to add/remove packages... a very necessary part in the process of
developing packages. Apache can be running in another vserver instance
locally to act as a local yum source.
Give the developer vservers a different IP address and use iptables to
lockdown network access, so nothing can get out except packets belonging
to their incoming SSH connection. (Prevent any chance of abuse.)
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