MyFuguIta - Fuguita ported to OpenBSD build system to support amd64/i386
FuguIta is the LiveCD/LiveUSB system developed by Yoshihiro Kawamata. FuguIta works like a charm but only available for i386.
To support amd64, the following works were made.
- port FuguIta build system to OpenBSD build system
- intergrate FuguIta with
release(8)on OpenBSD amd64
MyFuguita has branches according to OpenBSD's branches.
- master is for 5.5-current.
- 5.5 is for 5.5-stable
- 5.4 is for 5.4-stable
- 5.2 is for 5.2-stable
- 5.3 is for 5.3-stable
- Packer to build a builder from a snapshot
- source codes (src.tar.gz, sys.tar.gz, xenocara.tar.gz)
SETTING UP BASE SYSTEM FOR LIVECD
MyFuguIta now creates base image automatically based on
SETTING UP PRE-BUILT PACKAGES FOR LIVECD
MyFuguIta now builds packages listed in
SETTING UP A BUILDER
$ git clone git://github.com/nabeken/myfuguita.git $ cd myfuguita/packer $ packer build openbsd-<version>.json
If packer builds successfully you can find a vagrant box
Specify this box in
Vagrantfile in the top directory like this:
Vagrant.configure("2") do |config| config.vm.guest = :openbsd config.vm.box = "packer_virtualbox_virtualbox" config.vm.box_url = "http://example.org/packer_virtualbox_virtualbox.box" config.vm.hostname = "build-fuguita.dev" config.vm.synced_folder "../", "/vagrant", :disabled => true end
src.tar.gz is up to you.
src.tar.gz in the top directory of working copy you can execute
This script allows you to:
- set up a build server with
- rsync the working copy to the server
bin/build.shin the server
- rsync the release directory in the server to
reldirectory in the top of the working copy
- destroy the server wtih
vagrant destroy -f
You can archive the rel directory as artifacts.
This build is brought to you by FreeBSD + Vagrant + Jenkins.
See individual files. Patches in
sys are subject to its original license.