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Re: [Debian-ports-devel] Using incoming.debian.org on buildds

On Mon, Aug 31, 2015 at 03:23:17PM +0200, John Paul Adrian Glaubitz wrote:
> As for m68k, all my buildds have been updated and I think Torsten
> Glaser updated ara5 as well. I just don't know about Christian's
> buildd, garkin, but I'm sure he will quickly follow up on this
> discussion :).

garkin uses the sources.list Thorsten posted, should be working.

However, I still have a problem with setting the Builder correctly, I am
back to the (offline) chumley, after having steigies at first, see:


It shows up correctly as Buildd garkin here:

I tried to set this in .sbuildrc as (do I need to escape the @?):
$mailfrom = 'm68k Source Builder <sbuild@garkin.steigies.net>';

which shows up in the email headers wrong:
Date: Thu, 3 Sep 2015 03:00:05 +0000                                                                                                            
>From buildd@garkin.steigies.net  Thu Sep  3 05:28:22 2015                                                                                       
From: m68k Source Builder <sbuild@chumley.debian.net>                                                                                           
To: cts@debian.org, logs@buildd.debian-ports.org                                                                                                
Subject: Log for successful build of screen_4.3.1-2 on m68k (dist=sid)           

The "From" looks ok, I managed to get this to say "garkin" by changing the
exim config like this:
However, sbuild seems to override this again, and I still don't understand
where "chumley" is coming from, it used to be my mail server, but it broke
down a while ago... is this from a DNS lookup? 
How can I set the mailfrom for sbuild correctly, how do you do this (with
exim, preferably)?


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