Jim Gallacher wrote .. > So far I have working images of Debian stable, Debian unstable and > Gentoo, plus the afore mentioned but messed up FreeBSD. As time (and > disk space) permit I'll add some combination of Fedora, maybe one of the > RHEL clones, SUSE, Ubuntu or whatever else strikes my fancy.
I can't remember whether you need to actually be hosting a project on SourceForge, or whether you get access just with a normal user account, but the SourceForge compile farm provides a range of different hosts that might be able to be used. I host a project on SF so can access it, but at the moment am way too busy to try and debug anything for FreeBSD. Hopefully will get some time back in a few more weeks. :-) 32-bit x86 Architecture: x86-linux2: Fedora Linux FC2 running Linux 2.6 kernel x86-openbsd1: OpenBSD 3.4 x86-solaris1: Sun Solaris 9 x86-linux1: Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 running Linux 2.4 kernel x86-freebsd1: FreeBSD 4.8 x86-netbsd1: NetBSD 1.6.1 AMD 64-bit (Opteron) Architecture: amd64-linux1: Fedora Core release 3 running Linux 2.6 kernel DEC Alpha (ev67) Architecture: alpha-linux1: Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 running Linux 2.2 kernel PowerPC Architecture: ppc-osx1: Apple Mac OS X 10.1 Server with Fink running on an Apple Mac G4 ppc-osx2: Apple Mac OS X 10.2 Server with Fink running on an Apple Mac G4 Sparc (UltraSPARC-II) Architecture: sparc-solaris1, sparc-solaris2: Sun Solaris 9, running on two Sun Enterprise 220R systems IBM Power5 Architecture: openpower-linux1: SuSE Enterprise Linux 9, running on an IBM OpenPower 720 (e-Series) host.