Re: local APT mirror (take 2)
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: local APT mirror (take 2)
- From: Jesse Goerz <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2001 11:18:02 -0400
- Message-id: <0104181118020G.20598@storm>
- In-reply-to: <Xz1j4B.A.LyH.APZ36@murphy>
- References: <Xz1j4B.A.LyH.APZ36@murphy>
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On Wednesday 18 April 2001 08:19, James Mclean wrote:
> Thanks to all that replied, but what should I put in the sources.list file?
> This is the main thing that is holding me back now...
> Machine is only available from a local network (ie no fqdn) will this
> matter at all? hostname is hydrogen, and all the packages on the system are
> from 2.2r0 cd's. i have proftp and apache running on the server.
> james mclean
If you're using rsync you don't need anything in your servers sources.list
file (except a line pointing to the local mirror so you can upgrade the
server). Just adjust the clients sources.list to point to an nfs export of
the mirror. See previous post.
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