[CentOS-devel] 32 bit Centos 7

Thu Jul 17 12:17:01 UTC 2014
Bojtos Péter <ptr at ulx.hu>

Hi All, 

I've successfully rebuilt several RHEL packages using your i686 repo (c04) to x86_64 and i686 as well. How can I sync these packages back to you so you will have some profit from it? (These packages were made with our custom koji instance). 


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> Feladó: "Johnny Hughes" <johnny at centos.org>
> Címzett: centos-devel at centos.org
> Elküldött üzenetek: Csütörtök, 2014. Július 17. 2:47:21
> Tárgy: Re: [CentOS-devel] 32 bit Centos 7

> On 07/16/2014 03:17 PM, Bradford Lilly wrote:
> > I'm trying to get involved with the 32bit Centos 7 build. I saw some
> > talk of it back in January, but haven't been able to find anything
> > since. Does anyone have any thoughts as to where I can start / how I
> > can help?
> >

> I built a bunch more i686 items into c7.00.04 on buildlogs.centos.org
> ... also, whenever I build any SRPM, I am building both i386 and
> x86_64. So all the SRPMs have tried to be built on i386 at this point.

> So, if someone wants to figure out all the RPMs that are produced, the
> ones that have "i686 is not a supported arch" ... but are actually
> required (for example syslinux is going to need to be modified to build
> on i686 ... the newer kernels are going to need to be modified like the
> i686 that is here:

> http://buildlogs.centos.org/c7.00.02/kernel/20140529190808/3.10.0-121.el7.i386/

> I also know that java-1.6.0-openjdk has not built and it is not in
> fedora 18 or fedora 19. Do we have to have it or can we use
> java01.7.0-openjdk for all the java things for i386.

> I also use i386 and i686 interchangeably ... the mock configs are links
> of each other, so they produce the same packages in the same way, etc.

> So the way I see it, our goals right now are to look at the x86_64
> packages that are in the 7.0.1406 directory. look at all the i686
> packages that are built in c7.00.02 through c7.00.04 for i686 and see if
> there is anything we need to produce the distro that we don't have. If
> there are, I should have already tried to build them in c7.00.04. Lets
> develop a list of things we need that we do not have .. and lets verify
> we really need it.

> NOTE: any machine that is going to run any i686 CentOS-7 needs CPU PAE
> support, meaning it has to run at least CentOS-6 right now.

> What I know we need right now:

> 1. Need a syslinux that works
> 2. Need an SRPM that builds the GA kernel on i686.
> 3. Figure out anything that is critical that is not already built.

> What else do we need?

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