[libre-riscv-dev] Setting up our own CI runner

Veera vklr at vkten.in
Wed Feb 26 06:49:41 GMT 2020

On Tue, Feb 25, 2020 at 10:01:31PM -0800, Jacob Lifshay wrote:
> Cole, one thing you can do if you like is to figure out how to set up
> a GitLab CI runner on a computer:
> I have an old 8-core AMD FX computer with 20GB of ram and a small SSD
> that I'm not currently using, I've been wanting to set it up as our
> own CI runner for Kazan-team on Debian Salsa, since Debian apparently
> doesn't have that many spare CI runners and since CI builds will
> require building LLVM (once I re-enable it) which is a really long
> process.
> We can check with Luke what he thinks about how much money should be
> assigned to this task, since this is more of a nice-to-have rather
> than a requirement. I'm thinking maybe EUR 100 at most, and if it
> looks like it's going to take longer than that, we should just give
> up, since it's not that important.
> Veera, if Cole doesn't end up wanting to do the job, do you want to instead?
> Jacob

Yeah, I can try it.

Currently I am doing public-inbox setup work.

If you guys do not mind me doing another task in parallel.

I have to first read up about Gitlab and CI, a bit.

Does Debian 10 has packages for them?


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