[CentOS-devel] Centos-7 32 Bit Questions
ptr at ulx.hu
Fri Oct 3 13:03:47 UTC 2014
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,
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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?
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