Is Ubuntu now supported?
joel.sherrill at OARcorp.com
Tue Aug 16 14:56:13 UTC 2011
Ralf has started experimenting with building them. I do not know the current status. I assume that once the initial issues are addressed they will pop up at the same time as rpms like the cygwin and mingw packages do.
But we should wait for Ralf to get us the current status and his plans
Steven Grunza <grunza at ulticom.com> wrote:
>I just noticed
>on the RTEMS site. Is Ubuntu going to be supported going forward or is
>this a one-time deal?
>The Wiki page at http://www.rtems.com/wiki/index.php/APT/Yum_Repository
>mentions the rtems-BRANCH-apt-conf-VERSION-DISTRIBUTION.noarch.rpm which
>doesn't seem to exist.
>The Wiki page at http://www.rtems.com/wiki/index.php/Debian_and_Ubuntu
>mentions using the alien package to convert the RedHat .rpm files into
>Seems like there are now (sort of) three ways to get RTEMS packages into
>a Ubuntu system. I've Google'd around looking for details about RTEMS
>on Ubuntu; if I missed something please point me to it.
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