[gobolinux-users] GoboLinux Community Binaries Packages

Wilson Moura wilsonmoura at tuta.io
Thu May 11 06:10:07 NZST 2017


Hi Guys
I followed lucas's recommendations and now we are totally online
https://wilsonru.github.io/Gobolinux-bin

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Wilson Moura <wilsonmoura at tuta.io>
GNU User Group Alagoas <http://guga.io>
I use Gobolinux <https://gobolinux.org>


10. May 2017 00:57 by lucasvr at gobolinux.org:


> On Mon, May 8, 2017 at 10:18 AM, Wilson Moura <> wilsonmoura at tuta.io> > wrote:
>
>>           >> Hi, guys 
>> I'm here to announce my project
>> I am creating a repository to keep some packages in binary mode to facilitate the installation of the same.
>>
>> Project URL: >> https://github.com/WilsonRU/Gobolinux-bin
>>
>> I currently have a few more packages to the tbm community can contribute with some
>>
>> All packages listed here are made and create by community members. Some of them may lack their dependencies if this happens. please report so that it is fixed as fast as possible and thus keep as many binary mode packages as possible.
>
> Hi Wilson,
> The InstallPackage tool can automatically fetch packages from your repository as long as you have a file called MANIFEST.bz2 with the name of the tarballs you are hosting. This is what we have on > gobolinux.org> :
>     > gobolinux.org/packages/016/MANIFEST.bz2
>
> I'm not sure if files under subdirectories will be catched or not, but you can try. Then, the other thing that you will need to do is to edit /System/Settings/Scripts/GetAvailable.conf and include the URL to your manifest file on the contribPackagesList array. For example:
>     officialPackagesLists=(>        '> https://gobolinux.org/packages/016/MANIFEST.bz2> '>     )>     contribPackagesLists=(>         '> https://WilsonRU.github.io/GoboLinux-bin/MANIFEST.bz2> '>     )
> My suggestion for you is to move all files to a flat hierarchy and to host them on your > github.io>  page. That should make it easier for other users to fetch the packages you're maintaining.
> Cheers,> Lucas
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