grahamc/packet-nix-builder#2 (by thefloweringash, 4 minutes ago, open): armv7l-linux build vm for aarch64-linux machines
so much for letting the lying op sleep =)
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yeah, true. it's possibly more relevant to his interests than my earlier chatterings though :)
i feel like graham isn't as addicted to irc as us and maybe just like...doesn't get irc messages when sleeping :P
unheard of i know
speaking of sleep... when this tool song gets over in 10 minutes...
DigitalKiwi: at one time, i had the PC rigged up to beep at ~20khz any time my name was said, and it would keep beeping, non-stop, until i ack'd it
i choose 20khz, because i could hear it at the time, and my dad couldnt, so he wasnt capable of complaining about the beep :P
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Hey guys. Currently trying to setup a raspberry 3B. I do not have a usb keyboard at hand therefore i need to have an image which has ssh enabled by default. I'm currently trying to find out how can i build my own image quickly. So far it seem like i either have to setup a remote aarch64 builder in the cloud or configure my system for cross compilation. Not sure which is easier. Do you have some recommendation for
me? Documentation seems a little bit spread all over the place. I'm new to the whole cross building topic. Not quite sure where to start best.
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The easiest place to start with cross compilation is probably https://github.com/samueldr/cross-system. It sets up the structure and has workarounds for things that are known to fail to cross compile.
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thefloweringash: Thanks! Running the build right now. If this works, you are my hero! This should probably go into the main documentation.
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hsngrmpf[m]: alternatively, you can take the prebuilt aarch64 sd image, plonk it on an SD card, and then enable ssh using the horribly hacky method of putting `sudo systemctl start sshd` in /home/nixos/.bashrc