hey everyone, i've got the afternoon off courtesy of Steve, but just to give you an update, i'm trying to get the enarx.io domain transfer to happen and jumping through the right hoops to do so
@axelsimon Any progress on the sprint rfc?
@lkatalin - you mentioned a good slack channel for Rust. Could you provide a URL, please?
Hi all - just an oddity I picked up: payload/link.json seems to use an explicit location for rcrt1.o that breaks on Ubuntu 20.04: Ubuntu puts rcrt.o under /usr/lib/<target arch> rather than /usr/<target arch>/lib64 What's the usual development OS ? Cheers!
Hi all - if one of the team might have a little time sometime to walk me through the current structure of the Enarx Builder/crt0stack, I'd really appreciate it: Can do here, F2F, whichever is most convenient :-) Thanks!
@ebeasant-arm The person who is currently assigned for reviews is a RHer. I'm following up.
@ebeasant-arm But it should absolutely be a goal to compile everywhere.
@npmccallum Thats cool - tiny change to the .json and its all built up nicely on x86. I've managed to get a build minus ($ANYTHING_X86) to complete on an aarch64 platform.
Speaking of the development OS, I'm going to be setting up the laptop for one of our interns today. @connorkuehl where's the best place to grab our newest custom Fedora, is it in the COPR? @npmccallum Any special instructions aside from checking SGX2 is enabled and getting our version of Fedora working on it?
@lkatalin You'll only need the Fedora kernel fork that I've been uploading if you plan on running our SGX-specific code locally on that laptop