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Re: Is it possible to make a deb package in non-debian system butonly dpkg installed?

Le mardi 06 novembre 2007 à 09:56 -0200, Otavio Salvador a écrit :
> "BRIAND, Michel M" <michel.m.briand@airbus.com> writes:
> ...
> > Compiling dpkg on Solaris was like creating the first chicken. Maybe if
> > we could create a debbootstrap for Solaris it would be the first egg ...
> For debootstrap, the best place to talk is debian-boot ml.
> What problem you had?

I'm learning how to setup a dpkg building environment on my Solaris
machines, without installing Linux. I do want to keep all my Solaris
environment, and just manage a repository of dpkg converted applications
that I will check/build/install/upgrade on top of everything else.

Example setup

/		root		solaris
{/proc,/dev,...}root		solaris
/home/apps	me		dpkg built applications		NFS*
/home/dpkg/*	me		dpkg administrative files
/usr		root		solaris
/var		root		solaris

I then export with NFS /home/apps to serve all workstations : they will
be able to use any of my applications.

Best regards,

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