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lunedì 18 aprile 2016

Whut?! Sabayon Community Repositories is here!


Hello users,


Time passed when i first wrote the article "[Part 1] Building Gentoo and Sabayon packages in your machine locally or remotely with Docker and Cloud Services" that was going to be divided into parts. But things changed amazingly fast and there is better news, I wrote up a suite of tools that makes the whole operation much easier, thanks also to +Ben Roberts (optiz0r) who contributed in the development and he is also kindly sponsoring the buildserver.

Some of you probably already heard about Sabayon Community Repositories (SCR) that we announced  in the developers mailing list some weeks ago, if not, keep reading. The SCR Build System is an improvement of the methodology explicated before, but with a lot of extras and automated features. This is how SCR is born.

TL;DR
Information and how-to use: Wiki page (under construction)
Search available packages: SCR website
Packages requests: Bugzilla section
Contributing/setup a local development environment: How-to contribute
Guidelines and Bylaws (for SCR Devs): scr-docs Github repository


domenica 7 febbraio 2016

Updates: Rpi2 joins to testing boards, Mate testing repository, Sabayon devkit

Updates, TMiD (This Month in the Dev world)



Something landed here! Thanks to +Ben Roberts for the donation!



lunedì 11 gennaio 2016

Tech Preview: Sabayon on RaspberryPi2

As anticipated on Sabayon Linux site releases notes, that day was going to be close.
ARM meet Sabayon, Sabayon meet ARM.


domenica 15 novembre 2015

[Part 1] Building Gentoo and Sabayon packages in your machine locally or remotely with Docker and Cloud Services




As previously anticipated in the previous blog post, here i explain what's going on with Sabayon Docker images, and how can the Official Sabayon images help you in developing/deploying your application. In this article, i'll show how to build Sabayon/Gentoo packages using Docker.



I'll cover five cases and will be divided in differents articles:

  1. You want to build packages locally
  2. You want to remotely build packages
  3. You want to host an overlay or a Sabayon repository and want your packages to get built on each push to the git repository
  4. You want to track remote repository changes and test (useful if you can't setup a webhook)
  5. Setup an Entropy repo with a Docker image, and how to mantain packages
In future, i'll write also a post also on how to track the packages remotely with CircleCi.

lunedì 28 settembre 2015

Sabayon 15.10 press release

Image: an ancient hen-foot print found on Mars (Mars Photo credit to NASA)

Sabayon 15.10 is a modern and easy to use Linux distribution based on Gentoo, following an extreme, yet reliable, rolling release model.
This is a monthly release generated, tested and published to mirrors by our build servers containing the latest and greatest collection of software available in the Entropy repositories.
The ChangeLog files related to this release are available on our mirrors.
The list of packages included in each Sabayon flavor is available inside*.pkglist" files. Our team is always busy packaging the latest and greatest stuff. If you want to have a look at what's inside our repositories, just go to our packages website.
Please read on to know where to find the images and their torrent files on our mirrors.

sabato 12 settembre 2015

Sabayon is moving to KDE Plasma 5.4

Sabayon is officially moving to Plasma 5, please read if you are a KDE Sabayon user.

KDM is going to be removed! migrate to SDDM now!