[arch-general] repo-add & repo-remove -- great pacman tools for your custom repo
David C. Rankin
drankinatty at suddenlinkmail.com
Wed Jan 12 22:12:56 EST 2011
I ran across the repo-add/repo-remove scripts while looking at the pacman wiki:
Great work. For those that build packages from AUR/ABS, etc.. if you need to
install them on multiple boxes handling both architectures, creating your own
custom repository for your packages is a snap. If you haven't looked into the
repo-add/repo-remove scripts, the Pacman_Tips page is worth a read.
Basically, you simply use repo-add to build the repository index for all your
custom packages and make it available on your lan via file://, http:// or
ftp://. Then just add the entry to your pacman.conf and you have your custom
repo done. Details at the link above or through 'repo-add --help'
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