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Mar
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comment Radeon HD 2000, 3000, 4000 on Ubuntu 12.04.2 and higher: fglrx (legacy) unsupported, what to do?
Eh, my laptop is this one: forum.notebookreview.com/acer/… Terrible design. Right now i have temp1: +57.0°C (crit = +90.0°C) on the gpu idling with nothing but firefox, about 10+ degrees than the closed drivers, and that's on always 'min' power setting, on 'medium' it crashes sometimes during the first minutes (a process that is doing a mimetype file database).
Feb
3
comment How to create a PPA for a Maven project?
BTW, there is another (complicated) possibility. Debhelper has a maven bridge. It doesn't allow you to connect to offline repositories, but if you can manage to build the libraries you need in launchpad, and integrate the maven xml that that bridge probably needs to work, you can use the normal launchpad infrastructure for the build. Seems like too much work thou, and it's possible you can't do it because of lib building complications.
Feb
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Dec
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comment Can we use svn2cl on launchpad buildbots?
Even if it was called on a repository, there is no bzr2cl command, so it wouldn't work.
Dec
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Nov
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asked Can we use svn2cl on launchpad buildbots?
Sep
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comment How to create a PPA for a Maven project?
You probably don't want to use the hg log > changelog trick. It has some dubious requirements such as not having any hg tag except numeric ones (releases) or having to have all commit commiters follow debian guidelines (and since hg doesn't allow changing history... if this happens you either use a complicated extension or reinit the repository ... and in any case hose remote clones). It does have the advantage of not having to maintain the changelog if you manage it though.
Sep
9
comment How to create a PPA for a Maven project?
Forgot: In this scheme you're responsible for the uploads to the ppa releases instead of linking the ppa to a code repository with a watchdog file and having it build periodically. I prefer it this way and didn't even try to do the other, but it's probably possible. My ppa built with this (after 13 failed attempts!). Also be careful because your changelog has to be in OCD-pristine order to be accepted by debuild - which means that your hg log also has to be so - i had to reinit the repo because of a 'user' that didn't follow the guidelines
Sep
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Sep
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answered How to create a PPA for a Maven project?
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Aug
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comment How to create a PPA for a Maven project?
This whole thing is a bit nasty since there is no transparent support for translating the classpath into system libs on ant project using ivy/maven downloaded libs. The only thing i saw that is even thinking of that is fedoraproject.org/wiki/KojiMavenSupport . As it is now, my project requires 'static linking' embedding the dependencies.
Aug
11
comment How to create a PPA for a Maven project?
Eh, no problem anymore, i figured most of it out. Missing jlibs file, delete <project>.install file. Now i'm stuck because the ppa doesn't want to download my dependencies with ivy.
Aug
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Aug
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comment How to create a PPA for a Maven project?
I'm at the point where i'm trying to call debuild to see if it's able to build the deb before uploading to a ppa. No luck: dh build --with javahelper dh_testdir dh_auto_configure jh_linkjars dh_auto_build jh_build dh_auto_test fakeroot debian/rules binary dh binary --with javahelper dh_testroot dh_prep dh_installdirs dh_auto_install dh_install cp: cannot stat `debian/tmp/bookjar.jar': No such file or directory dh_install: cp -a debian/tmp/bookjar.jar debian/bookjar/usr/share/bookjar/ returned exit code 1 make: *** [binary] Error 2
Aug
9
comment How to create a PPA for a Maven project?
So??? How is it done. This is driving me crazy.