FreeBSD mirror server on a Debian operating system?
xaero at xaerolimit.net
Sun Mar 27 18:54:37 UTC 2011
2011/3/27 Paul Chany <csanyipal at stcable.net>
> I have installed on my old Toshiba Satellite 2540CDS Laptop the minimal
> FreeBSD 8.2-RELEASE, using CD image: FreeBSD-8.2-RELEASE-i386-disc1.iso
> I have a home LAN with a gateway and I have a public Debian Server too.
> When on my laptop want to install some package from a FreeBSD server, I
> can't even if I select a nearby server. In Hungary the FreeBSD server
> doesn't have my recent release, in Slovenia does but the internet
> connection is probably slow because using sysinstall the state of
> downloading data from server stall.
> So the solution that I see in my case is to have my own FreeBSD mirror
> server that I can use only me on my LAN. This mirror server should run
> on my public Debian server. Why only me should use this server? Because
> my ISP package allow to me only 4GB traffic.
> So my question is: can I have a mirror of a FreeBSD server on my public
> server that run already a Debian operating system?
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