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The wiki is being retired!

Documentation is now handled by the same processes we use for code: Add something to the Documentation/ directory in the coreboot repo, and it will be rendered to https://doc.coreboot.org/. Contributions welcome!

Introduction

LinuxBIOS keeps its development tree in a Subversion repository. If you do not want to use Subversion, please have a look at the Snapshots section below.

Anonymous access

You can check it out as follows:

 $ svn co svn://openbios.org/repos/trunk/LinuxBIOSv2

or

 $ svn co svn://openbios.org/repos/trunk/LinuxBIOSv1


Developer Access

Access for developers is very similar to anonymous access. Just add your subversion username as follows when checking out the repository:

 $ svn co svn://<username>@openbios.org/repos/trunk/LinuxBIOSv2

Subversion has commands very similar to CVS.

Source code browsing

You can also browse the LinuxBIOS subversion repository online.

Snapshots

There is an archive of snapshots available at snapshots.linuxbios.org. There is a .bz2 tar file that gets updated when the repository changes. Older snapshots are maintained as well.

You can download the most current snapshot directly.

More on Subversion


(obsolete) Introduction

LinuxBIOS keeps its development tree in a GNU arch repository. You may need to install GNU arch to be able to download the latest tree. You can find a tar of GNU arch at ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu/gnu-arch/.

If you do not want to use GNU arch, please have a look at the Snapshots section below.


(obsolete) Anonymous access

You can check it out as follows (instead of tla you can also use baz):

  % # get gpg key for checking signed archives
  % wget \
      http://www.linuxbios.org/data/arch/linuxbios-developers-keyring.gpg
  % gpg --import < linuxbios-developers-keyring.gpg
  % # now do some one time registrations
  % tla my-id "John Doe <doe@example.com>" # Add your email address here
  % tla register-archive \
        ftp://openbios.org/pub/arch/linuxbios@linuxbios.org--devel
  % # now check out the archive
  % tla get linuxbios@linuxbios.org--devel/freebios--devel--2.0 freebios2
 

(obsolete) Developer Access

(obsolete) Prerequisites

If you want to get write access to the LinuxBIOS repository, you need the following:

  • GnuPG key (can be created with gpg --gen-key)
  • SSH v2 key (can be created with ssh-keygen -t dsa)

(obsolete) Gentoo users

If you are running Gentoo you are going to need to `emerge tla`

(obsolete) Preparation

  • Get the arch key I created for the import from CVS.
 $ wget 'http://www.linuxbios.org/data/arch/linuxbios-developers-keyring.gpg'
 $ gpg --import linuxbios-developers-keyring.gpg
  • Prepare GNU arch for LinuxBIOS
 # Set your default id:
 $ tla my-id "John Doe <doe@example.com>"
 
 # similar to cvs login, tell gnuarch where to find the archive:
 $ tla register-archive sftp://lxbios@openbios.org/srv/arch/linuxbios@linuxbios.org--devel
 
 # prepare gnupg signature checking:
 $ mkdir -p ~/.arch-params/signing
 $ echo "gpg --clearsign" > ~/.arch-params/signing/\=default
 $ echo "gpg --verify-files -" > ~/.arch-params/signing/\=default.check

(obsolete) Check out

 $ tla get linuxbios@linuxbios.org--devel/freebios--devel--2.0 freebios2

(obsolete) Working on the tree

Now you can start editing the files. The following applies for symlinks and directories as well.

  • New files are added with
 $ tla add filename
  • files can also be renamed using:
 $ tla mv fileA fileB
 
  • files can also be renamed using:
 $ tla mv fileA fileB
  • files can be deleted:
 $ tla rm file

When you're done editing/patching:

  • Look at your changes:
 $ tla changes

or

 $ tla changes --diffs
  • Check the tree:

You can do consistency checks on your tree with:

 $ tla tree-lint
 $ tla inventory -Bu

Check if your tree is current:

 $ tla missing

This will output a list of missing changesets in your local tree, ie:

 patch-15
 patch-16
 patch-17
 patch-18

In which case you should do a

 $ tla update

before you commit.

(obsolete) Commiting

Write a changelog. PLEASE DO NOT CREATE EMPTY CHANGELOG MESSAGES:

 $ $EDITOR $( tla make-log )

Commit your local tree

 $ tla commit

This will ask you for your gpg passphrase (and possibly your ssh key password if you set one). Then it will create a new revision in the repository.

(obsolete) Source code browsing

You can also browse the LinuxBIOS arch repository online.

See more repositories at http://www.openbios.org/cgi-bin/viewarch.cgi

(obsolete) Snapshots

There is an archive of snapshots available at snapshots.linuxbios.org. There is a .bz2 tar file that gets updated when the repository changes. Older snapshots are maintained as well.


(obsolete) Mirroring the repository

This is very simple. Do:

 wget -m ftp://ftp.openbios.org/pub/arch

Which gives you a snapshot in time of the archive. To create a mirror usable by arch:

 tla register-archive linuxbios@linxubios.org--devel-SOURCE ftp://openbios.org/pub/arch/linuxbios@linuxbios.org--devel                                                          
 tla register-archive linuxbios@linuxbios.org--devel ~/{archives}/linuxbios@linuxbios.org--devel
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            
 echo gpg --clearsign > ~/.arch-params/signing/=default
 echo gpg --verify-files - > ~/.arch-params/signing/=default.check
 echo linuxbios@linuxbios.org--devel--SOURCE > ~/.arch-params/signing/linuxbios@linuxbios.org--devel

To update the mirror with the most recent contents:

 tla archive-mirror linuxbios@linuxbios.org --devel

Just don't do this in an account where you plan to commit to the upstream archive.

(obsolete) Creating a branch you can edit in local archive

 tla tag -S linuxbios@linuxbios.org--devel/freebios--devel--2.0 you@yourarchive/freebios--devel--2.0

(obsolete) More on tla