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#1 2004-09-26 14:03:10

Net@Worm
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Local repo

I have dir, that contains many .pkg.tar.gz. Can i make from this dir local repo?

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#2 2004-09-26 14:18:40

neotuli
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Re: Local repo


The suggestion box only accepts patches.

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#3 2004-09-26 14:39:11

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Re: Local repo

Wiki's solution need pkgbuilds, that i haven't. I have only .pkg.tar.gz.

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#4 2004-09-26 15:08:11

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Re: Local repo

The wiki's solution is the only way to make the database without a royal pain in the ass.
Why don't you have the PKGBUILDS?


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#5 2004-09-26 15:20:16

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Re: Local repo


arch + gentoo + initng + python = enlisy

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#6 2004-09-26 17:21:35

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Re: Local repo

I download .pkg.tar.gz's by 'pacman -S something', and save downloaded pk.tar.gz's in some directory(/mnt/hdb/arch/pkg). If i want to reinstall AL, i should make 'pacman -A something' and check up dependences. But it is very slow. I want use simple 'pacman -S something', that check up and install depends, without my help smile

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#7 2004-09-26 17:27:39

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Re: Local repo

Well in that case why dont you just grab the db from arch's repo? ftp://ftp.archlinux.org/current/os/i686 … .db.tar.gz


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#8 2004-09-26 17:29:11

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Re: Local repo

I have not all packages from current.

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#9 2004-09-26 17:30:11

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Re: Local repo

it doesnt matter, just don't go trying to install those that you don't have  :twisted:


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#10 2004-09-26 17:32:06

Net@Worm
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Re: Local repo

I try this, thnx smile

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#11 2004-09-26 19:19:13

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Re: Local repo

Or you can just store all the files in /var/cache/pacman/pkg and do your pacman -S'ing like normal... if the file is in the cache, it won't download it.


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