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== Getting Arch Linux to run on sparc ==
 
== Getting Arch Linux to run on sparc ==
  
Please fill me in!
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Below are packages that have not been successfully compiled yet:
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'''base''':
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* attr
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* bash
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* binutils
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* bzip2
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* coreutils
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* cryptsetup
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* dash
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* dcron
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* device-mapper
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* dhcpcd
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* diffutils
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* e2fsprogs
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* file
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* filesystem
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* findutils
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* gawk
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* gcc-libs
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* gen-init-cpio
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* gettext
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* glibc
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* grep
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* grub
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* gzip
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* initscripts
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* iputils
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* jfsutils
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* kernel26
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* less
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* libusb
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* licenses
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* logrotate
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* lzo2
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* mailx
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* man-db
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* man-pages
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* mdadm
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* net
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* pacman
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* pam
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* pciutils
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* pcmciautils
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* perl
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* ppp
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* procps
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* psmisc
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* reiserfsprogs
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* rp-pppoe
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* sed
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* shadow
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* sysfsutils
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* syslog-ng
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* sysvinit
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* tar
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* tcp_wrappers
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* texinfo
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* udev
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* usbutils
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* util-linux-ng
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* vi
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* wget
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* which
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* wpa_supplicant
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* xfsprogs
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'''base-devel''':
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* autoconf
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* automake
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* bison
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* fakeroot
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* flex
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* gcc
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* libtool
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* m4
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* make
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* patch
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* pkg-config
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With these packages built, someone should be able to grab pacman, then install these packages into a new root, insall SILO and boot along the lines of https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Install_from_Existing_Linux. In the future, there should be an install image and more packages in the repository.

Revision as of 06:50, 6 November 2010

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Getting Arch Linux to run on sparc

Below are packages that have not been successfully compiled yet:

base:

  • attr
  • bash
  • binutils
  • bzip2
  • coreutils
  • cryptsetup
  • dash
  • dcron
  • device-mapper
  • dhcpcd
  • diffutils
  • e2fsprogs
  • file
  • filesystem
  • findutils
  • gawk
  • gcc-libs
  • gen-init-cpio
  • gettext
  • glibc
  • grep
  • grub
  • gzip
  • initscripts
  • iputils
  • jfsutils
  • kernel26
  • less
  • libusb
  • licenses
  • logrotate
  • lzo2
  • mailx
  • man-db
  • man-pages
  • mdadm
  • net
  • pacman
  • pam
  • pciutils
  • pcmciautils
  • perl
  • ppp
  • procps
  • psmisc
  • reiserfsprogs
  • rp-pppoe
  • sed
  • shadow
  • sysfsutils
  • syslog-ng
  • sysvinit
  • tar
  • tcp_wrappers
  • texinfo
  • udev
  • usbutils
  • util-linux-ng
  • vi
  • wget
  • which
  • wpa_supplicant
  • xfsprogs

base-devel:

  • autoconf
  • automake
  • bison
  • fakeroot
  • flex
  • gcc
  • libtool
  • m4
  • make
  • patch
  • pkg-config

With these packages built, someone should be able to grab pacman, then install these packages into a new root, insall SILO and boot along the lines of https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Install_from_Existing_Linux. In the future, there should be an install image and more packages in the repository.