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    Default Is there an arm repository?

    Right now, it is 2 days for i585, and 1 day for x86_64 to build.

    But my software is an *.noarch.rpm! I looked for an ARM64 repo because 60 servers are idle at this time! What repo should I add to get ARM or ARM64 builds???

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    Default Re: Is there an arm repository?

    Quote Originally Posted by rickrich
    Right now, it is 2 days for i585, and 1 day for x86_64 to build.

    But my software is an *.noarch.rpm! I looked for an ARM64 repo because
    60 servers are idle at this time! What repo should I add to get ARM or
    ARM64 builds???
    Hi
    Build locally using osc? Else you might be better off asking about any
    delays on the build service IRC channel or mailing list.....

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    Default Re: Is there an arm repository?

    Read:
    openSUSE Lizards ARM support for openSUSE Buildservice and openSUSE

    What is the deal? I cannot select ARM/ARM64!!!!

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    Default Re: Is there an arm repository?

    Quote Originally Posted by rickrich View Post

    What is the deal? I cannot select ARM/ARM64!!!!
    What is the deal indeed? I cannot see any evidence ARM Processor Instruction Set Architecture of ARM having released a 64 bit arch, so if there stuff I should know about, please tell.

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    Default Re: Is there an arm repository?

    Quote Originally Posted by markone
    rickrich;2049447 Wrote:
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    > What is the deal? I cannot select ARM/ARM64!!!!


    What is the deal indeed? I cannot see any evidence 'ARM Processor
    Instruction Set Architecture'
    (http://www.arm.com/products/CPUs/architecture.html) of ARM having
    released a 64 bit arch, so if there stuff I should know about, please
    tell.
    Hi
    When adding a repository you just select the advanced button to add
    arm...

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    Default Re: Is there an arm repository?

    I don't think a ARM64 architecture exists yet. The Cortex A15 only support 32 bits.

    Currently an openSuSE ARM mailinglist exists.
    Maybe it's best to join the effort to build an openSuSE ARM distro.

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