I am not sure if this helps at all but I had to do a very similar exercise with the SuSE port.  Brian W. helped me considerably during the process.  Only problem I see is that in the case of the SuSE port it was almost entirely based on Fedora 3 OpenSSI.  I believe this was partly done as the distros are pretty similiar ( use rpms etc.).  From the few times I have installed the Debian version of OpenSSI I noticed there are a lot more differences.  The question I would ask is: was the Debian port at some point based on Fedora 3 OpenSSI?  


On 12/20/06, John Hughes <> wrote:
John Hughes wrote:
In it says:

NOTE: Should discuss how branches are synchronized using the MERGE-* tags.

Could someone give me some hints about what exactly is meant by this?
If it means I should do

    cvs up -jMERGE-DB-FC -jOPENSSI-FC

then it's pretty much a non-starter as it seems some vendor FC updates have been merged in.

NOTE: Emphasize that before merging a branch with newer base code, all recent OpenSSI/CI changes to that branch should first be synced to all other branches. Otherwise, the recent OpenSSI/CI changes are lost in the "noise" of the base changes.

And this?
As I said OPENSSI-FC seems to have some base code merges and the debian merge tags haven't been updated.

I'd guess that I just have to move the debian tags - no merge is needed.  True?

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