[Live-demo] build remote
gcpp.kalxas at gmail.com
Wed Feb 17 14:20:02 PST 2016
To resolve this conflict, I did a merge between pull requests #76 and
#77 using some git magic.
This resulted in a merged branch and a new pull request:
The commit history from source branches is preserved.
Pull request #78 will be closed (it was missing many changes that
existed in #77 anyway)
On 02/17/2016 09:18 PM, Angelos Tzotsos wrote:
> Hi Brian,
> There is no point to debug outside chroot.
> As you can see in the rasdaman case, the new installer works fine
> outside chroot, but causes trouble in chroot by creating a new system
> You have expressed your wish to not use GitHub and I respect that. You
> have also expressed your wish not to reveal your personal git
> repository (for security reasons) and you provided me the URL of your
> server to pull from. I respect that too.
> I have asked several times on IRC to send your pull requests via
> e-mail on this mailing list, so that there is a time-stamp and an open
> thread to review your changes (the same way every other pull request
> can be commented on GitHub). And since the proposed changes have to be
> visible on a public git repository for this review for everyone, I
> have offered to host your branches on my public git repo.
> Based on the above, regarding your changes in ipy-rename2 and
> app-data-ipy-rename branches, I have created two public PRs to review:
> Those changes happened a little while after I had opened PR76 (using
> IRC log as a time-stamp), so I will evaluate PR76 first.
> I also took the time to review your changes and I already merged some
> of your changes in my PR:
> Right now I am building a nightly based on PR76, which takes a long
> time due to slow network (perhaps the glibc updates have caused this).
> If there is a positive result, I will merge PR 76 and then we can
> evaluate your pull request (new nightly builds and merge).
> On 02/17/2016 07:43 PM, Brian M Hamlin wrote:
>> Hi Angelos -
>> as indicated in IRC ... my snapshot is LUbuntu 1404 amd64, with
>> I ran : bootstrap, setup "nightly", install_services, install_java,
>> install_tomcat, install_apache, ldconfig, updatedb -- FREEZE
>> .. there might have seen some errors on bootstrap / setup
>> but since I am not in chroot full setup, I moved on.. the most
>> important thing
>> is the content of /etc/apt/sources.lis.d and the keys
>> (output pasted: apt-key list )
>> running install_jupyer.sh a second time shows no package errors..
>> apt-get update perhaps
>> so http://SERVER:PORT/osgeolive_athens ipy-rename2
>> has three changes to bin/install_jupyter.sh and git mv
>> try accepting those changes and re-building, please
>> On Wed, 17 Feb 2016 18:27:57 +0200, Angelos Tzotsos
>> <gcpp.kalxas at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Brian,
>> I do not understand what you tried to do, did you try specific
>> installers or did you try to build an iso?
>> The iso build process is described here:
>> The nightly from last night failed due to this PR:
>> which is leading to a broken login I have described in the PR
>> I am now building a new iso based only on the Jupyter PR:
>> It seems that the glibc patching has affected part of the net
>> and the
>> downloads are awfully slow today.
>> The build process is taking forever.
>> On 02/17/2016 03:31 AM, Brian M Hamlin wrote:
>> > Hi Angelos -
>> > I am eager to get the Jupyter things resolved.. I just
>> attempted a build
>> here, but it fails regarding python packages.. there are
>> conflicts unless
>> the apt sources are set carefully in a certain order.. So, in
>> the interest
>> of time, I stopped. There is a new VM here with LUbuntu 1404,
>> and minimal
>> setup as a snapshot, ready for further testing.
>> > --
>> > Brian M Hamlin
>> > OSGeo California Chapter
>> > blog.light42.com
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