The hardware-certification public PPA would need ARM packages

Asked by Marc Tardif on 2012-08-21

Hi folks,

The hardware-certification public PPA [1] would need ARM packages to test that architecture, especially servers that are increasingly becoming available. As you can see from the history of the PPA, not many packages are built and not very frequently. So, this change should have minimal impact on the limited builders. Thanks!

1. https://launchpad.net/~hardware-certification/+archive/public

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2012-08-21
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2012-08-22
David Ames (thedac) said : #1

armel and armhf have been enabled

Marc Tardif (cr3) said : #2

Thanks! Once armel and armhf have been enabled, is there a way to trigger rebuilding the existing packages other than uploading a new versions?

PS. Even though I'm clicking on "I Still Need an Answer", I really mean "I'd Appreciate More Information" and I don't think that should be title case :)

William Grant (wgrant) said : #3

WebOps can do this by running "scripts/add-missing-builds.py -v -p hardware-certification --ppa-name=public -a armel -a armhf" as lp_buildd@alphecca.

Steve McInerney (spm) said : #4
Marc Tardif (cr3) said : #5

Thanks folks, much appreciated!

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