Baseline build project progress.
Max TenEyck Woodbury
mtew at cds.duke.edu
Sat Sep 14 18:06:30 GMT 2002
Andrew Bartlett wrote:
> Max TenEyck Woodbury wrote:
>> OK, I know responding to your own posts in a mailing list is impolite,
>> and top posting is impolite, and sending replies to the individual as well
>> as the list is considered impolite on some lists, but I'm not getting a
>> response from Andrew and I really need one...
> I did reply - but you apparently lost it.
Uh, it never got here, so I didn't loose it. But going into that isn't going
to help. Let's drop that, at least for the moment...
> I also don't quite see how
> this relates to the build farm. Other than that, I've been rather
I'm setting up a number of virtual machines with different OSs and OS
variations on them so builds can be done in those environments. I believe
that is one of (if not the main) functions of the build farm.
I've started with a virgin RH 7.2 and a patched RH 7.2 system. I have/can
get distributions and patches for 7.x and 6.2. With a little help, I should
be able to put up other Linux distributions and possibly a FreeBSD
distribution as well, but I need to establish a priority list since I can
not do them all at once. I also need to schedule the builds since having more
than one virtual machine up at a time is probably going to put more load
on the base system than I can handle, particularly since it has other uses
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