[Arm-dev] armv7hl - centos 7.1 rebuild status

Robert Moskowitz rgm at htt-consult.com
Fri May 29 13:36:51 UTC 2015

At some point, I will want to build a replacement for my mailserver.  
The list of software on that is rather extensive starting with postfix 
and going through roundcubemail.  My current server is running on 
Redsleeve 6 and I had a challenge getting some of the dependencies met, 
pulling in from EPEL6 noarch rpms.

Then there is my samba server that is currently on ClearOS that I want 
to build Samba from scratch.  Preferably Samba 4, but dnsmasq and all 
else that is needed.

But for starters I will just want apache for my web server.

On 05/29/2015 09:22 AM, Fabian Arrotin 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,
> etc ..)
> 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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