On Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 3:15 PM, chetan patil <chtpatil(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I also want to switch to ARM from Monta Vista.
But could not find way to go ahead, as for me everything is confusing for
Is it possible to access others EVM board online with the help of koji
@Chetan: Chris might have an answer to the question. I don't know. I think
that's what I am trying to do with my pandaboard and a local koji.
On Mon, Apr 25, 2011 at 7:23 PM, Michael Adeyeye <micadeyeye(a)gmail.com>wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 25, 2011 at 2:39 PM, Alexjan Carraturo <axjslack(a)gmail.com>wrote:
>> Hi to all,
>> my name is Alexjan Carraturo, and I'm involved in Fedora as
>> Ambassador. For some work reason, I start to work with Arm Processor
>> (expecially Cortex A9, but not only). I use to use x86 version of
>> Fedora, without significant problem,
>> But, Fedora ARM it's a little bit different, and I would like to help,
>> especially in packaging and similar operation but;
>> 1) I don't know how to package software
>> 2) I don't know where to find documentation.
> Take a look at this write-up -
> It might a good place to start from.
> @ARM: I have been thinking of setting up a Koji build server on one of
> machines at home and it will be accessible to the public, most notably my
> students. In the meantime, can I have access to the Seneca Koji? And is it
> possible for me to connect my pandaboard to it or my koji, when it's up and
> running? I would like to do that; but I don't how to achieve it at the
>> So, I would like to start studing all I can need to became a good
>> Fedora ARM (and non only) Packager. Can you adivice how to find
>> official (or similar) documentation and guidlines, that explain
>> correctly and fully the package processing and details? I search on
>> google, but find a lot of things almost non clear or not complete.
>> Thank you
>> arm mailing list
> arm mailing list
Chetan Arvind Patil,