[Arm-dev] armv7hl - centos 7.1 rebuild status
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Fri May 29 13:27:44 UTC 2015
For the package list needed, it may be cheating, but if you use the same packages that fedora uses for their arm7 minimal, that should be enough and they would have worked out the dependencies needed. Obviously there will be some differences.
As far as raspi2 goes, I can build one off of a generic rootfs without uboot without issue. I could even take an older fedora build, change the repos over to centos, replace my version packages and do a yum distro-sync to replace everything fedora with centos. Its a very dirty method, but it should work and would not need a rootfs, only a repo for yum to see.
On May 29, 2015 8:22:25 AM CDT, Fabian Arrotin <arrfab at centos.org> wrote:
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>Hi folks !
>Just to let you know that the armv7hl plague builders have been busy
>during the week.
>Apart from the c7-buildroot, the SRPM packages built through plague
>are listed here : http://armv7.dev.centos.org/built.html
>As more and more BuildRequires: deps are now solved, new packages are
>built every day (all that in loop)
>Slowly wondering how we can have a look at a minimal list of packages
>(basically using http://armv7.dev.centos.org/repodir/c7-pass-1/ and
>http://armv7.dev.centos.org/repodir/c7-buildroot/ ) for a working
>RootFS that can be tested on various armv7 boards (raspi2, odroid c1,
>As I'm myself a beginner (wrt to ARM platform), searching for
>opinions/howtos/help from you and see how we can generate that, and
>also document all that on wiki.centos.org
>As an example, it seems odroid c1 needs uboot, and I see most people
>still using the hardkernel.org/odroid kernel, instead of the one from
>the distro. Is that needed, if so, why, and all such kind of questions
>that we can put/answer on the wiki.
>Volunteers ? :-)
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