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Re: apt.conf - apt.preferences

davide.marchiani@tin.it wrote:

> Rimando questa mail perche' non la vedo in lista e forse ho sbagliato
> indirizzo.
> ho un problema con un file di configurazione di apt che non riesco proprio
> a capire.
> Leggendo i manuali apt-howto e la guida debian si parla dei file
> /etc/apt/apt.conf e /etc/apt/apt.preferences per configurare un sistema
> misto fra stable e testing.
> Purtroppo io non riscontro la presenza di questi due file.
> Non ci sono proprio.
di default non ci sono, li devi creare tu

> E' possibile che io abbia sbagliato qualcosa?
> Ho mancato di configurare qualcosa?
> Ho provato ad editarli io ma il sistema non li legge.

probabilmente c'è qualche errore nei parametri che gli passi...ti metto al
fondo del post alcune opzioni per il solo apt.conf..

> Come faccio?
> Attendo fiducioso nella lista.
> Grazie
> Davide Marchiani

// $Id: configure-index,v 1.10 2004/07/17 19:37:16 mdz Exp $
/* This file is an index of all APT configuration directives. It should
   NOT actually be used as a real config file, though it is (except for the
   last line) a completely valid file. Most of the options have sane default
   values, unless you have specific needs you should NOT include arbitary
   items in a custom configuration.
   In some instances involving filenames it is possible to set the default
   directory when the path is evaluated. This means you can use relative
   paths within the sub scope.
   The configuration directives are specified in a tree with {} designating
   a subscope relative to the tag before the {}. You can further specify
   a subscope using scope notation eg,
     APT::Architecture "i386";
   This is prefixed with the current scope. Scope notation must be used
   if an option is specified on the command line with -o.

quiet "0";

// Options for APT in general
  Architecture "i386";
  Build-Essential "build-essential";
  // Options for apt-get
     Arch-Only "false";
     Download-Only "false";
     Simulate "false";
     Assume-Yes "false";
     Force-Yes "false";             // I would never set this.
     Fix-Broken "false";  
     Fix-Missing "false";     
     Show-Upgraded "false";
     Show-Versions "false";
     Upgrade "true";
     Print-URIs "false";
     Compile "false";
     Download "true";
     Purge "false";
     List-Cleanup "true";
     ReInstall "false";
     Trivial-Only "false";
     Remove "true";
     Only-Source "";
     Diff-Only "false";
     Tar-Only "false";

     Important "false";
     AllVersions "false";
     GivenOnly "false";
     RecurseDepends "false";
     ShowFull "false";
     Generate "true";
     NamesOnly "false";
     AllNames "false";
     Installed "false";

     Rename "false";
     NoMount "false";
     Fast "false";
     NoAct "false";

  // Some general options
  Ignore-Hold "false";
  Clean-Installed "true";
  Immediate-Configure "true";      // DO NOT turn this off, see the man page
  Force-LoopBreak "false";         // DO NOT turn this on, see the man page
  Cache-Limit "4194304";
  Default-Release "";

// Options for the downloading routines
  Queue-Mode "host";       // host|access
  Retries "0";
  Source-Symlinks "true";
  // HTTP method configuration
    Proxy "";;
    Proxy::http.us.debian.org "DIRECT";  // Specific per-host setting
    Timeout "120";
    Pipeline-Depth "5";
    // Cache Control. Note these do not work with Squid 2.0.2
    No-Cache "false";
    Max-Age "86400";     // 1 Day age on index files
    No-Store "false";    // Prevent the cache from storing archives    

    Proxy "";;
    Proxy::http.us.debian.org "DIRECT"; // Specific per-host setting

    /* Required script to perform proxy login. This example should work
       for tisfwtk */
       "USER $(PROXY_USER)";
       "PASS $(PROXY_PASS)";
       "USER $(SITE_USER)@$(SITE):$(SITE_PORT)";
       "PASS $(SITE_PASS)";
    Timeout "120";
    /* Passive mode control, proxy, non-proxy and per-host. Pasv mode
       is prefered if possible */
    Passive "true";
    Proxy::Passive "true";
    Passive::http.us.debian.org "true"; // Specific per-host setting
    mount "/cdrom";

    // You need the trailing slash!
       Mount "sleep 1000";
       UMount "sleep 500";

// Directory layout
Dir "/"
  // Location of the state dir
  State "var/lib/apt/" 
     Lists "lists/";
     xstatus "xstatus";
     userstatus "status.user";
     status "/var/lib/dpkg/status";
     cdroms "cdroms.list";
  // Location of the cache dir
  Cache "var/cache/apt/" {
     Archives "archives/";
     srcpkgcache "srcpkgcache.bin";
     pkgcache "pkgcache.bin";     
  // Config files
  Etc "etc/apt/" {
     SourceList "sources.list";
     Main "apt.conf";
     Preferences "preferences";     
     Parts "apt.conf.d/";
  // Locations of binaries
  Bin {
     methods "/usr/lib/apt/methods/";
     gzip "/bin/gzip";
     dpkg "/usr/bin/dpkg";
     dpkg-source "/usr/bin/dpkg-source";
     dpkg-buildpackage "/usr/bin/dpkg-buildpackage"
     apt-get "/usr/bin/apt-get";
     apt-cache "/usr/bin/apt-cache";

// Things that effect the APT dselect method
   Clean "auto";   // always|auto|prompt|never
   Options "-f";
   UpdateOptions "";
   PromptAfterUpdate "no";
   CheckDir "no";

   // Probably don't want to use force-downgrade..
   Options {"--force-overwrite";"--force-downgrade";}
   // Auto re-mounting of a readonly /usr
   Pre-Invoke {"mount -o remount,rw /usr";};
   Post-Invoke {"mount -o remount,ro /usr";};
   // Prevents daemons from getting cwd as something mountable (default)
   Run-Directory "/";
   // Build options for apt-get source --compile
   Build-Options "-b -uc";

   // Pre-configure all packages before they are installed using debconf.
   Pre-Install-Pkgs {"dpkg-preconfigure --apt --priority=low

   // Flush the contents of stdin before forking dpkg.
   FlushSTDIN "true";

   // Control the size of the command line passed to dpkg.
   MaxBytes 1024;
   MaxArgs 350;

/* Options you can set to see some debugging text They correspond to names
   of classes in the source code */
  pkgProblemResolver "false";
  pkgAcquire "false";
  pkgAcquire::Worker "false";
  pkgDPkgPM "false";
  pkgOrderList "false";
  pkgInitialize "false";   // This one will dump the configuration space
  NoLocking "false";
  Acquire::Ftp "false";    // Show ftp command traffic
  Acquire::Http "false";   // Show http command traffic
  aptcdrom "false";        // Show found package files
  IdentCdrom "false";

/* Whatever you do, do not use this configuration file!! Take out ONLY
   the portions you need! */
This Is Not A Valid Config File

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