In last months I did two rebuilds: NodeJS 4.x in Fedora and OpenStack Mitaka in CentOS. Both were targeting AArch64 and both were not done before. During latter one I was asked to write about my workflow, so will describe it
Fedora and related distributions use “mock” to build packages. It creates chroot from “root cache” tarball, updates it, installs build dependencies and runs build. Similar to “pbuilder” under Debian. Whole build time can be long but there are some ways
Six years ago I was one of first members of project which later got “Linaro” name. Today I am back. But in different form. On 30th April 2010 I got email titled “Welcome to Linaro” and became software engineer at Linaro.
Somehow I managed to break UEFI environment on APM Mustang. As a result I was not able to enter boot manager menu nor UEFI shell. All I had was booting to 0001 boot entry (which was just installed Fedora 24 alpha). After