[PVE-User] git tags on PVE 2 sources

Andrew Eross eross at locatrix.com
Tue Mar 13 02:46:22 CET 2012


Hi guys,

I realize this is totally of niche interest, but I've been working on
building PVE 2.0 for 32-bit processors on Squeeze. (and thanks again to the
guy who wrote up the 32-bit build for PVE 1.4 on Lenny).

I wrote it all up on the wiki and provided a package repo for others who
also might be interested in having some fun with their old Dell equipment

http://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Install_Proxmox_VE_on_Debian_Squeeze_on_32-Bit_Processor


Anyways, I wanted to ask 2 questions if I could:

1) Are there any tags on the git sources? Thus far I've been building based
off of the latest from master. Was just wondering if there was some way to
identify the sources that were used to build the current release on the
website, like so I could match my 32-bit build to the same 64-bit beta
build "Proxmox VE 2.0 ISO Installer (rc1) v2.0-8d4f53a0-20" from the site

2) The only part I haven't yet built for 32-bit is the pve-kernel... I've
almost got that working, but still need to fix up a full build custom
config file for 32-bit... anyways, in the mean-time it seems that building
with linux-headers-2.6-openvz-686 and linux-headers-2.6.32-5-common-openvz
and installing with linux-image-openvz-686 works just fine... is there any
actual functionality that will break or not work correctly using the debian
packaged "linux-image-openvz-686" instead of the custom build?

All the best!
Andrew

Andrew Eross
CTO
Locatrix Communications
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