Commit 5e139362 authored by Strit's avatar Strit

removed mentions of armv7h from readme

parent 3fdfe59a
......@@ -9,8 +9,6 @@ This software is available in the Manjaro Strit repo's, if you run Manjaro.
## Known issues
`deployarmpkg` does not add the packages to the repo. Wait for the server to do the automatic adding.
`buildarmpkg` has problems building *some* `armv7h` packages, but I think it's an upstream issue, because there's no problem on `aarch64`.
## Dependencies
These scripts rely on certain packages to be able to function. These packages are:
* parted (arch repo)
......@@ -57,15 +55,7 @@ Options inside [] are optional. Use `-h` to see what the defaults are.
sudo buildarmpkg -p package [-a architecture] [-k] [-i package file]
To build an armv7h package, place yourself in the folder, that contains a folder with the PKGBUILD, named as the package you want to build. Then run:
sudo buildarmpkg -p package -a armv7h
This will build the package called "package" for the armv7h architecture in the previous rootfs generated.
To build an aarch64 package it's the same, just with
To build an aarch64 package use the following command:
sudo buildarmpkg -p package -a aarch64
......@@ -94,12 +84,6 @@ It will gpg sign and uploud the package you mention to the Manjaro-ARM main serv
deployarmpkg -p package [-a architecture] -r repo -k keyid
To upload a package to the armv7h core repo use:
deployarmpkg -p package.pkg.tar.xz -a armv7h -r core -k
To upload a package to the aarch64 extra repo use:
......@@ -122,9 +106,6 @@ and remove the local files.
* rpi3 (not the A/B+ models it seems)
* pinebook
* sopine
* rpi2 (not maintained)
* oc1 (not maintained)
* xu4 (not maintained or tested)
**Supported editions:**
......@@ -178,11 +159,6 @@ This script does exactly what it says it does. It builds a very small rootfs, to
sudo buildrootfs -a arch
To build an armv7h rootfs:
sudo buildrootfs -a armv7h
To build an aarch64 rootfs:
sudo buildrootfs -a aarch64
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