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Old 02-05-2009, 03:31 AM
Scott Kitterman
 
Default Status of Kubuntu and Ports Architectures

We've been doing well in the two main archs, i386 and amd64.

Ports, not so much. At the time KDE 4.2.0 was uploaded lpia, sparc, hppa,
powerpc, and ia64 were all broken due to a mismatch between their kernel and
libdrm. On armel there was another problem (I'm not sure exactly what it was,
but it seems to have passed).

The armel problem has passed and the lpia kernel has been updated. I spent a
good part of yesterday and today retrying the various bits of KDE in the right
order to convince them to build (thanks all of you who helped). There are a
couple of minor issues that need sorted after the Alpha 4 freeze is over, but
KDE is essentially built on lpia and armel.

There may be universe stuff that I missed. I looked for stuff I knew about, but
for stuff in Main there are tools that produce actual lists. If you've been
following anything in Universe, you might want to check.

If you've been ignoring the stacks of build failure messages that you get
after every upload, please dial back your ignoring. Lpia and armel should be
in good shape, so if something goes sideways on these archs, please look into
it.

Someone has volunteered to update the powerpc kernel, so it may come along
shortly too. I have no idea if we'll see sparc, hppa, and ia64 fixed or not.

Scott K

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