[tahoe-dev] building pycryptopp on solaris

zooko zooko at zooko.com
Tue Sep 9 22:05:53 UTC 2008

On Sep 9, 2008, at 15:59 PM, Terrell Russell wrote:

> What is the current thinking for *not* using virtual machines as
> buildslaves?  Especially for open/shared source stuff like opensolaris
> and bsd and linux in various flavors?

Um, you mean why don't I, or allmydata.com, or someone run a Solaris  
buildslave?  Actually I already do, but it is running Nexenta (a.k.a.  
GNU/OpenSolaris) so it doesn't have the Python configuration problem  
that Jonathan LaCour reported:


I think the general answer though is that even with virtual machines,  
running a buildslave takes computer resources and admin resources, so  
we need volunteers.


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