[packman] Re : Re: Is it possible to have a packman version for Tumbleweed for the Raspberry Pi 3/4 (aarch64)?
guillaume.gardet at free.fr
Wed Dec 2 15:09:01 CET 2020
----- Dave Plater <davejplater at gmail.com> a écrit :
> On 12/2/20, Olaf Hering <olaf at aepfle.de> wrote:
> > Am Tue, 1 Dec 2020 10:56:20 +0100 (CET)
> > schrieb Guillaume GARDET <guillaume.gardet at free.fr>:
> >> Any objections?
> > The publisher may need adjustments, perhaps it has a fixed list of
> > architectures.
> > It also means all 'openSUSE_Factory_ARM' *.repo files out there become
> > invalid. The published directory may stay on the mirrors, unless someone
> > removes it manually and the mirrors pickup this change.
> > A number of pkg's may need adjustment in case they have special handling for
> > a 'openSUSE_Factory_ARM' repository, but not for 'openSUSE_Tumbleweed' or
> > 'arch='. Each one should probably be reevaluated if such knob is still
> > justified.
> > Olaf
> I also had this problem with Factory on a raspberry pi but it seems
> that there isn't a problem anymore. I chose Tumbleweed because it had
> more built packages and used the same repository definition that I use
> for my x86_64 computer. I was able to install the ffmpeg-4 libs which
> is all I needed anyway.
> The repository definition is:
I added aarch64 and armv7 to Tumbleweed repo on some projects lately, as a test.
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