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Wednesday, February 22 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
The Reproducible Build Zoo - Vagrant Cascadian, Aikidev, LLC

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The Reproducible Builds Project works to make it possible to produce bit-for-bit identical builds of software, enabling the ability to independently verify the results of a given build of software. A major part of this work is automated rebuilds of software, including Debian's 24,000+ source packages...

In late 2015, the Reproducible Builds project started building packages for Debian's armhf architecture, using a build farm which eventually grew into a diverse network of over twenty systems running on consumer-grade arm boards.

This talk will be a guided tour of the relatively low-power ARM build zoo, including some of the technologies used to manage it, and adventures in mainline linux and u-boot support in Debian for the hardware used.

https://tests.reproducible-builds.org

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Vagrant Cascadian

Aikidev, LLC
Vagrant Cascadian is a free software developer and Debian developer, and has worked to enable Linux kernel, u-boot and debian-installer support for a number ARM boards in Debian. In recent years, Vagrant has been a system administrator for an ARM build farm for the Reproducible Builds Project. | | Vagrant has given an "Introduction to Reproducible Builds" talk at SeaGL 2016, and the "Many ARMed monster of Reproducibility" at Debconf16, and a... Read More →


Wednesday February 22, 2017 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Grand Ballroom I/II
  • Experience Level Any

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