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#51 2009-04-12 20:21:20

Stythys
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Re: pacman on OSX (again!)

oh 400MB is all you're looking for? I can actually handle that fine


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#52 2009-04-12 20:28:42

gorn
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Re: pacman on OSX (again!)

Stythys wrote:

oh 400MB is all you're looking for? I can actually handle that fine

That would be really great.
It will grow over time, so if you want to setup a quota or just let us know a limit and we can try to self-moderate. Could you PM either Tom or myself with the address/user/password/etc information after it is setup?

Thanks. Also feel free to join the archosx listserv if you're interested.

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#53 2009-04-12 21:00:09

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Re: pacman on OSX (again!)

sent you that PM.

Where do I sign for the listserv?


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#54 2009-04-12 21:03:55

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Re: pacman on OSX (again!)

Thanks again.

http://groups.google.com/group/arch-osx?pli=1 is the listserv for Arch-OSX, everyone is welcome to join.

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#55 2009-04-16 15:15:05

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Re: pacman on OSX (again!)

Should we be bringing more attention to this project?  Like in order to get more hands on deck and more assistance for the cause?  Or do you guys like it keep it small and simple right now?  Also should we be having more discussions on the actual google code site instead of this thread?

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#56 2009-04-17 01:24:48

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Re: pacman on OSX (again!)

ok, well now that we have a server I'd really like to start moving
this along.

I made an IRC chan for anyone that wants live collaboration (#arch-osx
on freendode), and I've started an actual site for us to use:
http://arch-osx.twilightlair.net

Again, since we have a host for binary packages now I'd like to start
getting our devs organized and start getting some packages uploaded!
=]

What do you guys think?


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#57 2009-04-17 15:47:08

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Re: pacman on OSX (again!)

Stythys wrote:

ok, well now that we have a server I'd really like to start moving
this along.

I made an IRC chan for anyone that wants live collaboration (#arch-osx
on freendode), and I've started an actual site for us to use:
http://arch-osx.twilightlair.net

Again, since we have a host for binary packages now I'd like to start
getting our devs organized and start getting some packages uploaded!
=]

What do you guys think?

You should check the permissions on your hosting (hint : your root dir) .


English is not my native language .

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#58 2009-04-17 19:21:11

Stythys
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Re: pacman on OSX (again!)

what's the problem with the hosting?


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#59 2009-04-17 20:46:13

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Re: pacman on OSX (again!)

Stythys wrote:

what's the problem with the hosting?

It's not the hosting . It's permissions .

For example , I should not be able to browse http://twilightlair.net/


English is not my native language .

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#60 2009-04-17 21:30:41

Stythys
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Re: pacman on OSX (again!)

...why not? I mean, I guess I could put a blank index file...don't really see any need to


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#61 2010-06-15 22:21:10

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Re: pacman on OSX (again!)

Wow, using pacman on os x! Few packages, but usable.

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#62 2010-10-05 22:38:33

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Re: pacman on OSX (again!)

Any updates on this?
I'm tired of macports not having the most recent versions of software and I end up building/installing manually :S

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#63 2010-10-11 22:07:51

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Re: pacman on OSX (again!)

kurayama wrote:

Any updates on this?
I'm tired of macports not having the most recent versions of software and I end up building/installing manually :S

Try homebrew. I'm using it and so far it has been working fine:  http://mxcl.github.com/homebrew/

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#64 2010-10-21 04:56:37

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Re: pacman on OSX (again!)

If anyone's still interested, the Arch-OS X project is relocated to
http://arch-osx.saikonet.org/

Here is my short post on the other Arch-OSX thread
https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php … 77#p842977

No guarantees on how well it will work or how updated it will be


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#65 2011-01-13 20:37:38

Synss
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Re: pacman on OSX (again!)

ArchArael wrote:

Try homebrew. I'm using it and so far it has been working fine:  http://mxcl.github.com/homebrew/

I have a problem trusting the Homebrew people, see for yourself:

Homebrew wrote:
sudo chown -R $USER /usr/local
curl -Lsf http://github.com/mxcl/homebrew/tarball/master | tar xz --strip 1 -C/usr/local
Homebrew wrote:
class Foo < Formula
  def patches
    # fixes your mum (she was b0rked)
    DATA
  end
end

But it is true that there are other more mature package managers, GNU Stow or toast for examples.

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