Category: Packaging

Using Pbuilder for making Debian and/or Ubuntu Packages

Today’s post is for setting up an environment so that you can build Ubuntu or Debian packages in a “clean-room” environment with the help of pbuilder. We utilize this method to make clean packages for the LibreEMS suite (including Megatunix)

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Windows toolchains updated Jan 22nd 2016

A longstanding pair of minor bugs has existed in the Windows ToolChain since I put it together, and after MANY recompiles and even more tests, googling, hair pulling, late nights, IRC chats and so on, the fix was found and

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How we validate our Toolchains

It’s important that we provide LibreEMS users/developers a stable and reliable toolchain for compiling the LibreEMS sources into firmware for their EMS/ECU, ┬áso how do we validate that our Toolchains generate consistent output across all of the Linux OS’s we

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How to setup pbuilder to make “clean” debian packages

Today’s post is for setting up an environment so that you can build Ubuntu or Debian packages in a “clean-room” environment with the help of pbuilder. We utilize this method to make clean packages for the LibreEMS suite (including Megatunix)

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