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Re: binary package server
On Sun, Aug 19, 2012 at 06:43:40PM +0100, Patrick Welche wrote:
> I am having trouble setting up a package server: I have a load of packages
> in host:/usr/pkgsrc/packages/All, and in that directory, I ran
> pkg_info -X *.tgz | bzip2 > pkg_summary.bz2
> Is there any more to it than that?
> Next comes the serving. I popped httpd -HX /usr/pkgsrc in my inetd.conf.
> If I point a web browser at host:/usr/pkgsrc/packages/All, I see them all.
> If I export PKG_PATH=http://host/packages/All/ then
> pkg_add -v glib2
> pkg_add -v glib2-2.32.4.tgz
> shows a GET /packages/All/ in host's xferlog, but "no pkg found"
> pkg_add -v http://host/packages/All/glib2-2.32.4.tgz
> finds glib2, but then fails on its dependencies:
> Can't process http://host:80/packages/All/perl*: Host not found
> Doesn't httpd(8) understand the asterisk or am I missing something?
> BTW the computer I am trying to pkg_add on has no packages at all.
Answer is change to anonftp...
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