[Fedora-packaging] Need access to a PPC machine to debug LLVM/pure self-test issues

Kevin Fenzi kevin at tummy.com
Wed Sep 2 18:13:24 UTC 2009

On Wed, 2 Sep 2009 14:06:41 -0400
Michel Alexandre Salim <michael.silvanus at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm currently packaging pure, and there are some issues on several
> architectures (Rawhide/x86_64 and ppc on any Fedora release). The
> upstream developer is interested in getting the issues fixed, and
> while I can help debug the x86_64 issues, PPC would really require
> access to a PPC machine.
> Does anyone have access to such a machine that they can provide an SSH
> login for? There might be some rather heavy-duty compilation involved
> at the beginning (experimenting with LLVM build options) but after
> that it's a matter of building a small-ish package, pure, against it.
> Kevin Fenzi gave me access several months ago, IIRC, but it has
> expired by now (and anyway, it was for my public key, not the
> developer's).

If you are in the packager group you have access to all my test


Please contact me off list about getting this developer access. 
I would need a ssh public key at least from them and a preffered
account name. 


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