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- Jan 22 2018, 9:08 AM (60 w, 4 d)
Thu, Mar 7
From the phone perspective we we'd like to pull a rather fixed set of packages from e.g. Debian experimental during the freeze automatically (assuming Debian's GNOME team ends up putting the packages there) but after all it's more of an example of a general pattern: grab packages a, b, c from repository x (ideally including required dependencies not present in the target distribution).
Tue, Mar 5
@jeremiah.foster Packaging is here: https://source.puri.sm/Librem5/mfgtools/tree/pureos/purple
Jan 31 2019
This is also related to https://tracker.pureos.net/T594
Dec 19 2018
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Dec 17 2018
I've put initial packaging here https://source.puri.sm/Librem5/mfgtools/tree/pureos/purple .
RFP for Debian is . I'm happy to maintain this in Debian if someone from the PureOS team joins me.
Just for reference: https://source.puri.sm/Librem5/librem5-devkit-tools - it will gain a librem5-devkit-host part with the next MR.
Dec 11 2018
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Oct 13 2018
@sean.obrien (this might become a bit off topic): the flatpak side needs more work for the 3rd party apps.
We have purple and laboratory in PureOS and the CI repos for phone development.
Oct 12 2018
Please see the GNOME case above, this is really not tied to our CI.
You have me confused now. I thought the whole transitioning between landing -> and green is there to detect these inconsistencies?
Also I'd be syncing for me does not imply syncing binaries. Rebuilding the ones not synced from testing would be a great first step in rebuilding everything.
Uploading to once place is more comfortable than to two ;)
Oct 10 2018
Aug 2 2018
I'm wondering if this is on anyone's horizon yet? If not I would put it on my TODO list since it would be good to have this running so we can test phone stuff on PureOS in gitlab's CI as well (instead of "only" Debian testing).
Jul 25 2018
Jul 23 2018
If we fix the underlying issue all users logged into a GNOME session will be in the KVM group and no additional work is necessay, it works out of the box (as users would expect). Just pull this systemd patch into PureOS:
Jul 10 2018
Jun 22 2018
Ubuntu's scripts (/usr/share/debootstrap/scripts) are also in Debian. Would be great if the same were to be true for pureos since that would tickle to all downstreams and enable many more people to contribute without hazards.
There's also tools like vmdeboostrap that invoke deboostrap / pbuilder directly. It would be much simpler if they could work out of the box.
Jun 19 2018
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Mar 27 2018
can we get rid of this hack? There will be more people contributing to pureos in the future (phone team).
@mak then what about
Mar 22 2018
(this relates to the original topic of recompiling packages not about having to rebuild because we carry patches)
Mar 2 2018
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Feb 22 2018
sudo adduser <youruser> kvm
newgrp kvm killall libvirtd libvirtd
I think I've found the issue: Can you try to add the user to the KVM group and see if it helps?
Feb 15 2018
Any chance somebody could run the above
Feb 14 2018
What version of libvirt, qemu and gnome-boxes is pureos currently shipping? Any patches on top of Debian proper?
@kyle.rankin the setcap is only for a follow up problem. It won't help with the CPU type conflict.
Feb 13 2018
Oh, installation on Debian buster works with e.g.:
@chris.lamb that's the same issue. Could someone having this problem please run
@chris.lamb yes, I think that's the same issue. I hope to get around to look at it again later this week.