OpenELEC dev builds
Over the past week or so my automated build engine for OpenELEC on the Raspberry Pi hasn’t been working. XBMC has grown to a point where it will no longer build on a machine with 1GB RAM.
Normal services has now been resumed, as the good people at GreenQloud kindly increased my VM from t1.milli (1 CPU 1GB RAM) to m1.small (2 CPUs 2GB RAM). In fact I’m hoping that the extra CPU might even make the build process quicker. I have to congratulate the GreenQloud team for how easy the upgrade process was – about 3 clicks followed by a reboot of the VM. Not only are they the most environmentally friendly Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), but also one of the easiest to use – thanks guys.
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