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> Binary test packages for various Linux distributions are automatically generated by the openSUSE Build Service

The most underused Linux service to the rest of the community. So glad they are using this.




For those who don't know, the Open Build Service is a project mainly maintained by the openSUSE community. Aside from building all of the packages for openSUSE and SUSE's enterprise distributions, it also can build Ubuntu, Debian, Arch Linux, Red Hat and Fedora packages. It also has a collaboration system which is the primary way that openSUSE and SUSE Linux Enterprise are built.

[Disclaimer: I work for SUSE and am an openSUSE contributor.]


Thank you for your work. It really needs to be used by more projects. This could be the destination for anyone wanting to make packages for Linux and not just Ubuntu! Can you get some people promoting this thing!!!


Is there a similar service (paid perhaps) to build for macOS?


https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Build_Service_comparison

> Support for any OS and architecture due to the use of VM's for building the packages. This includes Windows (experimental) and Mac OS X (if anyone would want to work on that).




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