Compile farm for MIPS64/Loongson

Siggy Brentrup ubuntu at psycho.i21k.de
Sat Jul 25 11:22:35 UTC 2009


On Sat, Jul 18, 2009 at 22:11 +1200, Kai-Cheung Leung wrote:
> Debian is still supporting MIPS64, which the Chinese Loongson chips
> are compartible with.  And Ubuntu codes are lifted from Debian.

> I would like to have an unofficial repository for MIPS64/Loongson, at
> least in main, and if this works, I really would like to set up a
> project that provides unofficial MIPS64 support.  This would certainly
> drive Ubuntu to the Chinese desktop market, where in a few years time,
> Loongson can become popular and now is a good time to prepare for.

> How can I set up a compile farm that sync packages from Ubuntu source,
> do automated compiling and for each package, automatically generate a
> report?

I don't know these Chinese Loongson chips, how do they compare to to
MIPS R5000 and R4000? I'm owning 2 SGI Indys only one of these is
currently running Debian/sid (moved the 32Mb memory from the r4k box
to the r5k one). Both machines are too slow to run anything like
gnome or kde on, I'm in the process of evaluating xfce now.

> Where can I find information about such infrastructure in Ubuntu?

I'm new to Ubuntu too so I can't answer your question but I think you
might follow the lines Debian is using.

I might be interested in helping; maybe it's better to communicate
details in private mail. If you are inclined to, please follow up
to <bsb at brecht.i21k.de>.

Regards
  Siggy (DD '95-'04)
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