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Debian Jessie armhf repo

asked 2016-06-06 09:48:11 -0500

veverak gravatar image

Hi folks,

would like to ask... is there anywhere repo with ros-minimal packages for debian jessie with armhf architecture? and if there is not, is there a chance that there will be given that debian jessie is now official distro? :)

I wanted to setup my own jenkins, but realized I don't have machine strong enough ( based on what's recommended on https://github.com/ros-infrastructure... , but maybe I can work with something less powerfull? )

P.S: please, don't answer with things like "use ubuntu" or "compile it on rpi", I know these alterantives and they are not point of the question.

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Considering there may not be a near term build of ROS for Debian armhf:

Could you elaborate on the difference(s) between Jessie and Xenial which affect your choice? Have you considered cross compiling?

suforeman gravatar image suforeman  ( 2017-01-06 04:10:10 -0500 )edit

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answered 2017-01-06 02:37:46 -0500

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updated 2017-01-06 02:44:20 -0500

Not sure what you mean though, are you asking if binary packages are built for Jessie for armhf? If so then not so far for Kinetic AFAIK.

is there a chance that there will be given that debian jessie is now official distro? :)

I'm not sure if Jessie is officially supported. Starting from Kinetic, Jessie seems to put on some restriction on the specification (see rep-0003) but support for it is "not required".

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