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| ** [[Aranym/Quick]] – Just let me do it!
** [[M68k/Cowbuilder]] – Quickly build packages in a clean chroot, even in parallel.
| * [[Aranym/Quick]] – Just let me do it!
* [[M68k/Cowbuilder]] – Quickly build packages in a clean chroot, even in parallel.
http://www.debian.org/ports/m68k/ - Debian M68k official port page.
Aranym - Atari Running on Any Machine virtual machine.
- m68k didn't release with debian stable, but rather has it's own semi-supported, semi-released distribution called etch-m68k.
- A wanna-build for security or proposed-updates type support for etch-m68k has been created, but the autobuilders are currently focused on catching up with unstable distribution. Once m68k is caught up with unstable, cronos and diablos at nemesisnetworks.com are scheduled to begin building both.
- The good news is that everything works, and we have an upgrade path for the future.
status towards those goals.
udeb testing summary
udeb consistency check
If you find a bug not listed here, please usertag it or drop us a message.
See bugs.debian.org/usertags for more info about usertags.
usertag m68k - all m68k-specific issues bts
usertag toolchain - toolchain-related bug, revisit on rev bts
usertag gcc-40 - gcc-4.0-specific problems bts
usertag needs-port - needs porting work bts
- usertag needs-help - maintainer has requested help
- usertag pending - patch/solution accepted
- An email might look like the following:
To: email@example.com Subject: m68k usertags user firstname.lastname@example.org usertag bugnum + m68k thanks
m68k rc usertags
- cleanup toolchain.
- A missing automake build-dep may instead be time-stamp skew.
- Search for skew in /usr/share/doc/autotools-dev/README.Debian.gz
- example to register dpkg_1.13.11 for a dpkg_1.13.11+b1 binNMU:
wanna-build -b m68k/build-db -d unstable -m "Rebuild with g++-4.0 for C++ +transition." --binNMU=1 dpkg_1.13.11
- --binNMU=2 for second binNMU.
- example to deregister any pending binNMU and return to Installed state:
wanna-build -b m68k/build-db -d unstable --binNMU=0 dpkg_1.13.11
Build Priority Notes
- example usage to set one-time higher build-priority
wanna-build -b i386/build-db -d unstable --build-priority=1 xorg-x11_6.8.2.dfsg.1-7
- example usage to set one-time lower build-priority
wanna-build -b i386/build-db -d unstable --build-priority=-1 xorg-x11_6.8.2.dfsg.1-7
- For permanent build priorities, use --perm-build-priority instead of --build-priority
- to remove something from the not-for-us list, use --forget.
- to move it from n-f-u to nb, use --forget, -o --take, --give-back.
- apparently you can also just do wb -n again (it toggles)