Bug#768332: About aschi.debian.org (Was: Builds on asachi.debian.org, patch)
plugwash-urgent at p10link.net
Wed Nov 19 21:02:39 UTC 2014
Anton Gladky wrote:
> tags 768332 +patch
> I have just built lightsparc on asachi.debian.org successfully.
> But it seems, it is a armhf.
It seems that the MOTD and documentation could do with some work. The
motd on asachi indeed confusingly announces the system as as the "Debian
armhf porterbox". I guess it's autogenerated by some DSA script.
the documentation at https://dsa.debian.org/doc/schroot/ does tell
people how to get a list of chroots but if you don't know that the
porterbox offers chroots for multiple architectures you are likely to
skip that step.
The "outer system" on asachi is an arm64 kernel with an armhf userland.
AIUI this is because DSA preffer to have machines running stable and
there is no arm64 stable yet.
It seems the default chroots are also armhf (I guess again there is a
DSA script that makes them follow the userland architecture of the
"outer system"), to get an arm64 chroot session you need to do
schroot -b -c sid_arm64-dchroot -n <session name>
(replacing <session name> with the name of the session).
> Upstream fix for this bug is here .
>  https://github.com/lightspark/lightspark/commit/3d55371ee7a2524274ff3cdc546c845203ccd8ea.patch
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