cjb at laptop.org
Fri Mar 12 13:20:03 PST 2010
In a shocking turn of events that shall henceforth be referred to as
The Great Tinderbox Miracle of 2010, all of the tinderbox hosts are
currently building successfully. We're building at least daily on:
sparc64/Linux (Ubuntu 8.04)
ppc64/Linux (Fedora 11)
x86_64/OS X (Snow Leopard/10.5)
i686/Linux (Fedora 11)
To try and stay on top of build failures, it'd be excellent if a few
people could volunteer to investigate failure reports as they happen.
There's an Atom feed here that will only update on build failure, so
it shouldn't spam your feedreader too much:
If you don't like RSS, you could use rss2email¹ or feedmyinbox² to
convert the feed into e-mail notifications.
The i686/Linux machine (live) is running each X server it compiles,
and testing a few apps (e.g. x11perf, cairo "make test") against it.
It's a radeon r100 card running with KMS enabled.
Chris Ball <cjb at laptop.org>
One Laptop Per Child
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