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Re: Baked repository

On Thu, 6 May 2010 15:18:17 +0100
Neil Williams <codehelp@debian.org> wrote:

> On Thu, 06 May 2010 22:54:25 +1000
> "Brendan Simon (eTRIX)" <brendan.simon@etrix.com.au> wrote:
> > I would like to experiment generating a Baked filesystem.
> Ah, the DIY one. ;-)
> > Are there any Baked repositories ?? Baked-Grip or Grip-Baked ??
> No.

However ...
> It depends how many packages you want to have and how often you want to
> update packages in your repository against those in Grip.

If you can let me know which packages you need ...

... and you don't need them to be updated
> Thing is, I'm not sure how much Emdebian can assume as defaults for
> Baked. Neither is there any real way of adding the Baked processing to
> the Grip processing on the current server until the Grip code can
> improve the processing speed by some 500%.

I have local computing power and local storage which can be brought to
bear and then rsync'd to the Emdebian server or, more likely, space on
another server to which I have access. (The data-freedom.org site in my
sig used to host a repository, it can be rejigged.)

It won't be "official" but it should provide the packages you need and
the wherewithall to create the documentation too.


Neil Williams

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