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Re: Buildd

On Sat, 2006-11-18 at 10:17 -0600, Stephen R Marenka wrote:
> On Sat, Nov 18, 2006 at 10:35:27AM -0500, Mark Duckworth wrote:
> > Hey guys,
> > 
> > My machine is pretty well setup now with Linux kernel 2.4.30, a sarge
> > install and a working EtherNEC and driver.  I'd like to add it to buildd
> > and I can do the configuration myself or someone else can get in.  I
> > tried to do a debootstrap sid but it didn't work, so I installed a newer
> > debootstrap from sarge-backports and that didn't work so I must be
> > missing something m68k specific.  If anyone either wants to take control
> > of this box and setup the build roots and buildd or give me some very
> > verbose instructions on doing so I'd be happy to do it myself.  I'd like
> > to put this machine to work as it's a very fast 80MHz CT60 machine and
> > I'm sure it will help.  I need to steal my Eiffel for the coldfire TOS
> > development anyway :-P
> Start with 
> <http://www.debian.org/devel/buildd/setting-up>
> I don't think you need the woody-backports bit, but otherwise it looks
> like a good start. I'd use the debootstrap from either sid or
> debian-admin (see the link).
> If you need help, I can help setup your buildd.
> We can manually add you to the buildd rotation by manually marking
> certain packages for you to build and you listing them in build/REDO.
> Eventually we need to get your new buildd (and akire) rights to incoming
> and wanna-build. (Is James or Ryan talking to anybody else these days?)
> > There's 16G free on the disk.  Please let me know if I need to free up
> > more.
> Should be good. That's more than many of our buildds have.
> Glad to have you!
> Stephen

Ok well I have buildd setup and the sid chroot setup, but I'm not sure
about the operation of sbuild.  If I chroot into
the /org/buildd/chroots/sid/ sbuild doesn't exist, but if I try it as
user buildd I get mailto not set.  So there's obviously a tiny bit still
left to configure.


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