Building Latest links etc.
marko.cupac at mimar.rs
Fri Jul 17 14:12:40 UTC 2015
On Fri, 17 Jul 2015 14:15:12 +0100
Bob Eager <rde at tavi.co.uk> wrote:
> This is the scenario. I build all packages locally (a number have
> special configs). This is done on one machine, which is then the
> repository for 'pkg install'.
> So far so good.
> I now want to update the ports. I see how to do this using portmaster,
> and how to generate packages on the package server.
> But...how do I use portmaster on the 'slave' machines, using the
> packages I built? I can ask it to use a local directory, and NFS mount
> the main package directory on the package server. But portmaster
> requires the Latest directory, symlinks, etc. My manual build didn't
> add those originally.
> Is there an easy way of building all the symlinks required by
> portmaster? I can see how to regenerate Latest, but portmaster asks
> for other stuff according to the manual page. I know portmaster -g
> will do this but that won't do the existing packages.
> Is there a script somewhere, or am I over complicating things?
If you need to maintain custom packages for more than 5 systems then
poudriere is the way to go:
I have also written 'works for me' detailed howto (in Sebian though):
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