The other configuration that could be useful is an ubuntu karmic or debian unstable install. GCC keeps getting stricter about headers and so on, so could be good to flush those bugs out. However I think you have the most important configurations covered from the player side of things.

Toby

2009/7/24 Brian Gerkey <brian@gerkey.org>


On Thu, Jul 23, 2009 at 11:57 PM, Toby Collett <tcollett+player@plan9.net.nz> wrote:
Excellent, thanks for that Brian. Does Hudson (and your setup) support running/monitoring builds on a completely remote system, i.e. if someone has a different configuration that they use can they link in a build server to your master? (Don't have any exotic hardware to contribute at the moment, but thought I would ask).

The build environments that you probably would have a hard time supporting but seem to cause a lot of trouble would be solaris, QNX and Windows...

Well, Windows, I could probably do, but you're right about the others.

At the moment, our firewall setup prevents external build slaves from contacting the Hudson master.  I'd like to make that possible anyway, so I'll use this as an excuse to work on it.

brian.


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