[Meego-porting] 10 easy steps to a local OBS - draft
testmrs.evo at gmail.com
Mon Nov 8 21:13:13 PST 2010
I am trying to set-up local OBS on Ubuntu 10.04 Host using step
- First i tried on VM player.After boot up i found below error message.
NETWORK SETUP FAILED.
OBS is not usable.
I couldn't able to find any info about network setting under VMplayer
Please let me know if any one tested steps on Vm player or any solution
for above problem.
- Second i tried on Oracle VM Virtual Box.I used VMDK image.
During Boot-Up i found below error.
I am only able to create Primary master slave or secondary master slave
using virtual box for below step.
"At least 90 gb virtual harddisk, mounted as IDE secondary master
(appearing as 'sdb' in machine')".
Please let me know how to solve the problem.
On Sat, 2010-10-09 at 17:58 +0200, Carsten Munk wrote:
> So, I've spent a little time seeing how difficult or easy it is
> setting up your own local OBS for MeeGo development - and I've come up
> with 10 easy steps on how -you- can set up your own OBS. My target has
> been a VirtualBox virtual machine, but other technologies or real
> hardware should work too.
> The idea is for this to be eventually included/linked in the MeeGo
> Porting Guide so people can start up porting work and general
> application development for MeeGo for Atom and for MeeGo ARM.
> However, since it's still a draft, I'd like feedback on the guide in
> question, if things actually work as intended - and that people will
> try out the guide and see if they end up with a working local OBS that
> can build MeeGo source packages for them. Feel free to send feedback
> as replies to this thread.
> The guide can probably be integrated into one or two big scripts that
> can be used to set up the needed things, but I'd like to have it
> tested properly first.
> The draft can be found at
> http://wiki.meego.com/User:Stskeeps/10_easy_steps_to_a_local_OBS and
> is built on the OpenSUSE Build Service Appliance and adjusted for
> importing MeeGo releases and supporting MeeGo architectures.
> Have fun and I hope the guide works for you!
> Best regards,
> Carsten Munk
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