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Old 02-20-2009, 08:57 PM
Luk Claes
 
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Alexander Wirt wrote:

> Thanks to the unoffical buildd network we are also able to provide autobuild
> packages for the following architectures: arm, armel, amd64, ppc, i386, ia64
> und alpha. Possibly mips and sparc will follow. You can find more
> informations about the buildstatus of a package at the buildd webinterface
> at http://buildd.ayous.org/.

Any reason why you don't mention s390, it was the first arch to be ready
for lenny-bpo AFAIK?

Cheers

Luk


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Old 02-20-2009, 09:03 PM
Alexander Wirt
 
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Luk Claes schrieb am Friday, den 20. February 2009:

> Alexander Wirt wrote:
>
> > Thanks to the unoffical buildd network we are also able to provide autobuild
> > packages for the following architectures: arm, armel, amd64, ppc, i386, ia64
> > und alpha. Possibly mips and sparc will follow. You can find more
> > informations about the buildstatus of a package at the buildd webinterface
> > at http://buildd.ayous.org/.
>
> Any reason why you don't mention s390, it was the first arch to be ready
> for lenny-bpo AFAIK?
He told me he wasn't sure about the state of s390 so I decided to let it out.
But good to know its ready.

Alex


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