Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of BuildbotNotes


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Nov 11, 2010, 8:59:02 PM (9 years ago)
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     1== Linux ==
    12Installing a build slave is easy on Debian-like systems:  apt-get install buildbot pretty much does the trick.
    23Edit /etc/default/buildbot appropriately to get it to start up at boot-time.
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     5== FreeBSD ==
    46On FreeBSD, it's not too bad, either: pkg_add -r buildbot will install the software, but you still must create
    57the buildbot user.  I just add
     
    911to /etc/rc.local to arrange for start-up.  So I'm a fossil.  Sue me.
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     13== !OpenSolaris ==
    1114On !OpenSolaris, grab buildbot-slave-0.8.2.tar.gz from
    1215http://sourceforge.net/projects/buildbot/files/.  Unpack and install it in the usual way (python ./setup.py install).
     
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     28== Mac OS X ==
     29Just cheat:
     30{{{
     31# easy_install buildbot-slave
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     33Create a buildbot user, and create the slave (as the buildbot user) in the usual way:
     34{{{
     35% buildslave create-slave ccl setf.clozure.com:9989 slave-name slave-password
     36}}}
     37See http://buildbot.net/trac/wiki/UsingLaunchd for information on how to
     38make launchd start the slave at boot time.
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