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    Unhappy I can't do anthing.

    Hi, first, sorry for my bad english (i'm italian).
    So, my problem is this: i can't do anything.

    This morning i tried to make a package for lumina-desktop (home:Pival81) with the spec file based on the one found on github, because for fedora the official repo is outdated.
    It didn't do anything, after i uploaded the files; it just said
    Code:
    No build result available
    and nothing happened.

    I even asked on irc, but they just told me to try to do a local build first (as i didn't then), now i almost succeded to build it on my machine, but the fact that obs didn't even try to build it, or even say if some dependency couldn't be solved, i thought that shouldn't happen.
    I even tried to delete and recreate the package, but still nothing.

    Later, i tried to update a package i did yesterday (nemo-megasync), as it didn't build for debian and ubuntu, because libnemo-extension-dev couldn't be solved.
    Now i found that home:Sunderland93:cinnamon has the package i need, so i added to the debian 7/8 and ubuntu 15.04/15.10/16.04 this repo (Add additional path to this repository) but it still says
    Code:
    nothing provides libnemo-extension-dev >= 2.16.0
    So, after this, i thought that there was something wrong with my account, or my home project, but i really don't know how to solve this.
    Thanks in advance to anyone who can help me!

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    Default Re: I can't do anthing.

    On Fri 10 Jun 2016 09:06:01 PM CDT, Pival81 wrote:

    Hi, first, sorry for my bad english (i'm italian).
    So, my problem is this: i can't do anything.

    This morning i tried to make a package for lumina-desktop
    (homeival81) with the spec file based on the one found on github,
    because for fedora the official repo is outdated.
    It didn't do anything, after i uploaded the files; it just said
    Code:
    --------------------
    -No build result available-
    --------------------
    and nothing happened.

    I even asked on irc, but they just told me to try to do a local build
    first (as i didn't then), now i almost succeded to build
    it on my machine, but the fact that obs didn't even try to build it, or
    even say if some dependency couldn't be solved, i thought that
    shouldn't happen.
    I even tried to delete and recreate the package, but still nothing.

    Later, i tried to update a package i did yesterday (nemo-megasync), as
    it didn't build for debian and ubuntu, because libnemo-extension-dev
    couldn't be solved.
    Now i found that home:Sunderland93:cinnamon has the package i need, so
    i added to the debian 7/8 and ubuntu 15.04/15.10/16.04 this repo (Add
    additional path to this repository) but it still says
    Code:
    --------------------
    nothing provides libnemo-extension-dev >= 2.16.0
    --------------------


    So, after this, i thought that there was something wrong with my
    account, or my home project, but i really don't know how to solve this.
    Thanks in advance to anyone who can help me!


    Hi
    No build targets are active, there is a web UI bug, you need to go and
    disable/re-enable the build targets;
    https://build.opensuse.org/package/r...lumina-desktop

    Maybe you might consider cutting back on the build targets and add for
    the distributions your use/require...

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    Hi
    It also appears the 'home' schedulers are stopped...

    See https://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-.../msg00026.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    It also appears the 'home' schedulers are stopped...

    See https://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-.../msg00026.html
    Ok, thank you for your response!
    At least i know what is the problem.

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    Default Re: I can't do anthing.

    Well wow, it is really struggling to do something.
    I mean, it builds (lumina-desktop) but for fedora 23 64bit it is stuck on finished, though it built fine, but it won't create the repository, so i can't even test it... nemo-megasync has still the same problem, though the repository to provide that package is added...
    So I'm still not capable of doing anything.

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    Default Re: I can't do anthing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pival81 View Post
    Well wow, it is really struggling to do something.
    I mean, it builds (lumina-desktop) but for fedora 23 64bit it is stuck on finished, though it built fine, but it won't create the repository, so i can't even test it... nemo-megasync has still the same problem, though the repository to provide that package is added...
    So I'm still not capable of doing anything.
    Hi
    When things break it can take awhile to get back to normal. if the free service doesn't meet your expectations there is always the opportunity to create your own OBS instance.

    You can use osc from the command line and build and test locally, or just use osc to grab the built binaries, this also helps keep the load of the free service.
    Last edited by malcolmlewis; 11-Jun-2016 at 08:03.
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    Default Re: I can't do anthing.

    Unfortunately, I can't make my own instance of OBS... you know... no money for the server... (also i'm just 15)
    But one question: with osc i can only build for the distro i currently have installed, right?

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    Default Re: I can't do anthing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pival81 View Post
    Unfortunately, I can't make my own instance of OBS... you know... no money for the server... (also i'm just 15)
    But one question: with osc i can only build for the distro i currently have installed, right?
    Hi
    No, any available, depending on your hardware eg x86_64 and method for building, eg qemu.

    OBS can be run as a VM, workers are what are needed...
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    Ok, the situation seems to have calmed.
    Just one more question: what do you mean workers are needed? you mean that there has to be someone who checks that there isn't any error non-dependant of the spec/dsc files? or what else? (probably it's just a misunderstanding because of my not-so-good english)

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    Default Re: I can't do anthing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pival81 View Post
    Ok, the situation seems to have calmed.
    Just one more question: what do you mean workers are needed? you mean that there has to be someone who checks that there isn't any error non-dependant of the spec/dsc files? or what else? (probably it's just a misunderstanding because of my not-so-good english)
    Hi
    Workers are the builders, normally separate machines where the actual packages are built, so you have the OBS (scheduler, publisher etc) on one machine, in most cases a virtual machine, then can have the workers either real hardware or emulators build stuff... In my case I have OBS as a VM, then can just fire up (as in boot) a USB device on another system(s) and call it a worker(s).

    Have a read here: https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Build_Service and https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Bui...vice_Appliance
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