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Old 14th March 2005, 04:25 PM
keyser_soze Offline
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Nightly Builds

On the schedule webpage at fedora.redhat.com, it indicates there are installable nightly builds but it does not indicate where they are.

I have an extra machine which I would like to play with the latest nightly build on but can not determine where the builds are.

Can someone point me in the right direction?

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Old 14th March 2005, 06:43 PM
james_in_denver Offline
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Uhmm, which tools do you want nightly builds for?

If it's new, you will find it here:

Here is the nightly build ftp server for the gnu-tools (gcc, libc, etc)

If you want the latest "pre-rpm" kernel, you can always download THAT from http://www.kernel.org/

Though, I would strongly recommend just downloading and using either the "fedora "Development" or "Test" releases.

FWIW, Fedora does not rebuild every package every day. In reality, for most of the tools and utilities, they are dependant on downloading the source from other packages, and just "wrapping it up" in an RPM file.

So to get current nightly builds for those projects, you would have to go directly to the source, (no pun intended)...
Only dead fish go with the flow....

Hmmm, what did I miss?
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