From: Nick Lothian <nick.lothian@es...> - 2004-10-28 23:38:13
> OK, I can do that, but they're not quick to respond to stuff
> like this. I
> raised an official request for JDK installations on their
> compile farm
> servers back in July. I got a response earlier this week.
(OT) What was the response on installing the JDK?
From: Darren Davison <darren@da...> - 2004-10-29 07:05:08
On Fri, October 29, 2004 0:34, Nick Lothian said:
> (OT) What was the response on installing the JDK?
basically they sent a blanket mail to anyone with an outstanding installa=
request saying in essence;
- lots of recent upgrades took place - check to see if your requested
software is now available (which it isn't, at least on the 3 machines I
- you may be able to install whatever into your home directory on the CF
servers under new installation policies (which is unlikely given the size=
it and the restriction on space in home dirs on their CF boxes)
I need to check out the options in their docs and then get back to them t=
them know it's still an outstanding request.
What I'm trying to do is get a JDK and a local anonymous copy of the CVS =
and then run the autobuilds stuff via CruiseControl or something on sever=
different machines every time a checkin occurs. If they would install th=
as a server install, the rest should be possible.
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