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Re: jenkins kfreebsd jobs (Re: Plan B for kfreebsd)


On Dienstag, 11. November 2014, Steven Chamberlain wrote:
> You gave me feedback but I didn't come back to you yet with the changes
> you suggested...

ah :)
> I started over, amending the existing g-i-installation.sh instead of
> trying to create a separate one;  I've put it in a kfreebsd branch,
> split into small commits, here:
> https://git.steven.hosting.pyro.eu.org/jenkins.debian.net.git

ok, cool! I want to review that more awake...

> I admit I haven't tested it! 

... but I guess I will merge it happily, as it will just affect kfreebsd jobs 

(So I will come back to this tomorrow...)

> I guess it might not work initially. 

that's totally fine, really. if it works in 2 weeks i'll be super happy. and 
also in 4 :-)

> But
> it is based on the previous work, which I'd roughly tested in isolation
> without Jenkins.


> I didn't look into a job for this yet, but if you already have one, the
> only change needed should be to supply the URL of a netboot.tar.gz
> instead of an .iso;  for example
> http://d-i.debian.org/daily-images/kfreebsd-amd64/daily/netboot-10/netboot.
> tar.gz

there are some in job-cfg/g-i-installation.yaml

> > you/kfreebsd are/is much welcome!
> Really, thanks;  and to everyone else who is helping.  Initially it felt
> a bit like kfreebsd, and myself personally, being shoved out of the
> project.  But now seeing so many people being supportive it does seem
> viable and welcomed to keep this alive as a part of Debian.

yay! I've been very very glad to read this! I surely hope kfreebsd will be 
properly part of Debian 9/stretch again! (and so also be early re-added to 
stretch once jessie is out...)


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