Paraguay's os-builder

Esteban Bordon ebordon at
Wed May 26 10:26:52 EDT 2010

2010/5/26 Bernie Innocenti <bernie at>

> El Wed, 26-05-2010 a las 10:24 -0300, Esteban Bordon escribió:
> > Hi Bernie,
> >
> > I'm trying to generate a f11 build using the file used to generate
> > build of Paraguay. I'm using
> >
> >
> > I did it, but when I re-flash my XO touchpad doesn't work.
> > Do you know this bug? Maybe I'm not using the correct .ini file.
> I've seen this behavior before! It happens when the kernel modules
> corresponding to your kernel are missing from /lib/modules/<...>
> Now, how could that happen? In my case, it happens only on locked
> laptops which read the kernel from the signed zip archive (
> instead of the usual location (/boot/vmlinux).
> Do you have the signing keys on your development machine? Did you clone
> and build the bios-crypto project? Is the bitfrost package installed?
> For me, the anti-theft system has always been the hardest part of the
> entire system. To simplify things in the beginning, perhaps you could
> temporarily disable the "signing" module on line 23 of f11-xo1-py.ini.
> Another tip: to speed-up your builds, you should re-point the Fedora 11
> repositories back to the official sites. We moved them to a local mirror
>, but it will be slow for you!
> It may also be a good idea to make a local clone of our rpm repository:
> When everything is cached locally, making a new build takes about 15
> minutes on a cheap PC box with 2GB of RAM. If you want to save some more
> time, I recommend buying fast hard drives for your build machine.
> Multiple cores won't help much.
> In the first days, I wasted plenty of time waiting for builds to
> complete just to find out that something was broken. So I recommend
> optimizing your build machinery as early as possible :-)
> --
>   // Bernie Innocenti -
>  \X/  Sugar Labs       -
> I'm not including signing and oats_cfg modules in my build and I made local
clone of all repositories. Just I want take custom packages made for
Paraguay and use it to uruguayan build. I think some packages can operate in
our implementation.
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