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