[Nut-upsdev] New Mustek UPS model working

Fr3ddie fr3ddie at fr3ddie.it
Wed Feb 11 16:30:52 UTC 2009

First of all: sorry for the disappearing.
My "real life" have had the precedence in this time. Sorry again.

Charles Lepple wrote:
> When something gets updated, you would then run 'svn update' to pull
> the latest changes in.


> The dependencies are set up such that if only one driver is changed
> during the SVN update, running 'make' on that directory should
> recompile the minimum number of files. (You will also want to add
> "--enable-maintainer-mode" to the ./configure command line.)
> Also, you can add a few --with-whatever=no arguments to ./configure in
> case that is taking too long.

Ok, are these addresses correct to retrieve nut's documentation about
./configure parameters?
Should I place my parameters inside ./configure as variables, or I
should pass those parameters to ./configure (so what buildbot does, just

> Here is a conceptual diagram:
> http://buildbot.net/repos/release/docs/buildbot.html#System-Architecture

Red, thanks.

> and here is the NUT Buildbot master status page:
> http://buildbot.ghz.cc/public/nut/

Ok, but I need the parameters to create the slave appropriately: I tried

buildbot create-slave /home/nut/ buildbot.ghz.cc/public/nut:8007 nut nut

but... herr... I miss something, maybe the correct address and user/pass :)

I'm sorry but I need some information (a "man buildbot" doesn't exists
and I anyway need correct parameters for nut...).

- Is the creation process I tryed correct?
- After creation process I only need to run:
	buildbot start /home/nut/
  or I need to run a svn update *before*?
- The SVN address is:
	svn co svn://svn.debian.org/nut/trunk
  or is the one stated at http://buildbot.ghz.cc/public/nut/changes:
	svn co svn://svn.debian.org/nut
- Can I run all the above commands as an unprivileged user or I need to
be r00t?
- After buildbot build/test where will be placed the NUT binaries? In
the same buildbot directory, so I should install by the classic "sudo
make install" (or, maybe, "sudo checkinstall")?

I'm a little confused about buildbot capabilities and a compiling-newbie :)

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