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I configured a default profile for mock because I would be testing my builds on a dist-f13 setup. This was done by creating a symbolic link to the fedora 13 x86_64 config file and naming it  default. When running mock initially it took a while to setup the environment because yum needed to download the packages. Once mock was run once it saves the rpm packages needed to build the mock environment to help with build times as well as bandwidth. My macchanger and wget rpm’s had all the proper build requirements so my mock test were both successful.

I then created my koji account I ran into a small issue where when I initially after I did the set up, when I tried to upload to koji I got a error saying I needed a client certificate. When I initially ran the “fedora-packager-setup” it was as root not my account, so I reran the “fedora-packager-setup” as my user account to fix the issue.
I had no issues building on koji for fedora 14. I then tested my packages on arm and sparc with my packages building successfully on the first go again.

 

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