[OpenAFS] Fedora Core 4 x86_64 binary rpm.
Mon, 28 Nov 2005 11:09:10 -0600
There were for (I think) RC5 and/or RC6 (or maybe it was RC6 and RC7).
On 28 Nov, 2005, at 10:34, Derek Atkins wrote:
> I didn't even know there WERE x86_64 packages that went with the
> RCs. At least, I didn't see anything at www.openafs.org.
> There were some early RC RPMs built by others that I think included
> x86_64. Multiple parties did "test" RPMs.
> Quoting Carmi Weinzweig <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> Derek -
>> Do you know who built the x86_64 packages that went with the RCs?
>> On 28 Nov, 2005, at 9:33, Derek Atkins wrote:
>>> Quoting Chris Crowther <email@example.com>:
>>>> Derek Atkins wrote:
>>>>> I have no x86_64 hardware on which to build RPMs, and vmware
>>>>> does not emulate an x86_64 platform for me. So, unfortunately,
>>>> You can still build for x86_64, you just need a cross
>>>> compiler. You
>>>> won't be able to test they actually work, of course.
>>> I need more than just a cross compiler -- I would need a full
>>> cross-development environment. Sorry, I don't like to work that
>>> way. I want to build for the full OS, running the full OS. That
>>> way I /can/ test that the packages work. Indeed, that's my first
>>> test before uploading.. I upgrade my vmware system to the new
>>> and see if they work.
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