Currently doing a test build on wikiexpert. Svn response seems fast. Have a look at the current stat of the repository. For some reason I felt the need to have a releases but this realy does seem to be more hassle than it's worth. I'll just build up a series of .gz images and use them to build .iso images. Rob 15:29, 23 Oct 2006 (NZDT)
- Build is complete and produced an image.Rob 18:38, 23 Oct 2006 (NZDT)
- See also Test build transcript
but I plan to transfer and extend the system in our own subversion repository (svn.organicdesign.co.nz). Have made an initial start of setting this up, but gave up when the going got tough. So an expert or more time is required.
- Looks like some wWikid progress ;-) I've pointed svn.organicdesign.co.nz and svn.peerix.org at the server IP of 18.104.22.168 --Nad 15:31, 22 Oct 2006 (NZDT)
- Cool. The US server will be a good resource because it will have very good bandwidth (compable to uni) and therefore less time waiting for downloads. The CPU spec would be good too, I imagine. On my dev box a full compile of the toolchain, buildroot and peerix from the svn checkout takes several hours. But of course this is just for the first build, subsequent build times depend of the extent of modification of the sources. The base toolchain will remain the same once built. Rob 15:53, 22 Oct 2006 (NZDT)
http://svn.organicdesign.co.nz/svn returning Could not open the requested SVN filesystem error
- changed the SVNPath item in Location directive to /home/svn/peerix and it doesn't give an error now...
- also changed the Location directive from /svn to just / and put it inside a virtual-host container for the svn subdomains of od and peerix, so now the naked subdomains work (well I don't know if they work, but it says revision 0: with no errors...)