As part of BB-149 old releases have been moved to
http://releases.linaro.org/archive/. 'Old' meaning 2011, 2012 and
The first reports of things breaking are tricking in, OpenWRT
apparently uses binutils-linaro 13.05 and Fathi mentioned that various
LAVA health checks are failing now. If you encounter such an issue,
add the 'archive/' bit to the URL, e.g.
sed -i -e s:org/13:org/archive/13:g -e s:org/12:org/archive/12:g -e
s:org/11:org/archive/11:g <your text files>
We of course recommend trying out more recent releases for current
projects, but if you can't upgrade the archive is there to stay.
Builds and Baselines | Release Manager
Linaro.org | Open source software for ARM SoCs
Getting Robot-OS packaged [BB-101 85%]
Review, fix and upload ompl (Open Motion Planning Library). Now in NEW.
Collada-dom accepted into archive
All ros packages renamed to ros-*. copyright review underway
All 50 out of 51 packages built for arm64 in test bootstrap
NMU Debian arm64 packages [BB-86 15%]
NMUed equivs (multiarch patch from 3 years ago!)
pwgen (multiarch fix)
Upgraded laptop HD from 130G to 1T so I have room to breath again! [15%]
Principal hats: Linaro, Debian, Wookware, ARM
I am looking for a debian package for x86 target in Lava. Can anyone tell
me where can I find it?. I found some at
http://images.validation.linaro.org/x86/, but i am missing Linux-headers
included for these packages. I like to deploy an image which has the kernel
headers included. I tried "linux-headers-$(uname -r)" on the target, but
that didn't help.
Serge and I met this morning and I thought I'd pass along the minutes
for those that are interested and interested in hacking a little
python, more people are welcome.
Alan Bennett earlier in the year had written a tool in python to take
advantage of the Jira python interface to auto generate a portion of
the monthly engineering report.
Tom Gall got involved to use for LMG efforts, and inherited the tool
from Alan when he left. The codebase has been used as inspiration to
automate a number of useful Jira related activities. Since google
docs, Jira, plotting/graphics tools and other things that have good
and powerful python interfaces, there's lots of opportunity to do
Now that we're over to projects.linaro.org that's motivating tool
development involving the new system and new needs.
Serge has driven ahead with a more full function version that takes
into account Core Engineering and how reporting occurs there.
Current status of the tool Tom is maintaining
Current status and design of Serge's codebase
Needs going forward, and observation that lead project oriented
reporting instead of reporting by team might be a future reporting
- Tom to examine and pull in Serge's advanced functionality
- Serge will look at the older code base
- Tom examining a tool called "did" that compiles developer status from git
- better output through output directly into google docs instead of HTML
"Where's the kaboom!? There was supposed to be an earth-shattering
kaboom!" Marvin Martian
Director, Linaro Mobile Group
Tech Lead, Graphics, GPGPU
Linaro.org │ Open source software for ARM SoCs
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