[CentOS-devel] Centos-7 32 Bit Questions

Bojtos Péter ptr at ulx.hu
Fri Oct 3 13:03:47 UTC 2014

Dear All, 

I've successfully rebuilt lots of RHEL packages to i686, and some fedora 19 packages as well using our Koji system (to support KDE education tools for example). 
I can install them by the fedora 19 i686 installer. If you need the binary rpms for bootstrapping a build or the source rpms, I can publish them somehow. 

Tell me if anyone is interested, 
Peter Bojtos 

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> Feladó: "Ali Corbin" <ali.corbin at gmail.com>
> Címzett: "The CentOS developers mailing list." <centos-devel at centos.org>
> Elküldött üzenetek: Péntek, 2014. Október 3. 0:27:21
> Tárgy: Re: [CentOS-devel] Centos-7 32 Bit Questions

> > On Aug 6, 2014 4:24 AM, "Karanbir Singh" <mail-lists at karan.org> wrote:
> >>
> >> On 08/06/2014 11:19 AM, Bob Lightfoot wrote:
> >> > Dear Johnny Hughes and others:
> >> > I've spent the morning ereading thru the mailing list archives from
> >> > June and July while my Centos 7 machine mock user ran a mock --init
> >> > using the mock.cfg found in the 7.00.02 kernel folder. I have a server
> >> > running C6 at this time that won't support 64 bit, it was built before
> >> > Y2K believe it or not. I saw some reference to a git repository and the
> >> > need to rebuild some packages. I've used mock a fair amount recently
> >> > and would love to assiste if there is work needing done.
> >>
> >> I'm working on getting the community assisted build services in place,
> >> and hope to deliver a functional process by the 18th of Aug. Should have
> >> testing things early next week though. Stay tuned :)
> >>
> >>

> I too am interested in the possibility of a 32 bit CentOS 7.
> Enough so to help to build the thing.

> But I'm having problems in doing a test build, at least with the
> configs from the bld-seven repo. mock just chokes on the non-existent
> baseurl of http://repobuild and gives up. I'm thinking that I must be
> missing something important.

> Might there be a howto somewhere that would explain whatever I'm missing?

> Ali
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