I am trying to build package for CentOS, but have broken dependencies.
I found that packages I need provided by official "CentOS extra" repo, how can I enable it? Is it posible?
We're using CentOS on various servers in Japan.
Recently, I found that mirrorlist.centos.org returns servers in China.
It makes "yum update" slow.
This problem occurs on "update" repo.
Our tries and results are follows:
## "os" repository
$ curl "http://mirrorlist.centos.org/?release=6.5&arch=x86_64&repo=os"
How to build Arch Linux packagesAll you need to do is to add the Arch:Extra repository to your OBS project and a PKGBUILD description to your package sources and the OBS will build and publish a repository of .pkg.tar.xz packages.2 questions come to mind :- do they support using a src.tar.gz pacakge, like it's made by makepkg --source ?- How current is that OBS Arch:Extra repo , and how often
I have 2 machines: a i686 box and an x64 box. The x64 box hosts an http server.I want to build few packages from AUR and upload them along with their AUR-hosted dependencies to the server so other boxes can download them without a compilation.I know how to make and export a custom repo, it's just painful to compile packages by hand.
Today I tried a "pacman -Syu",and I notice that the package "kdeedu-kig" has a downgraded version in extra : "4.13.3-2" instead of "4.14.0-1", it's not normal :pacman's output :kdeedu-kig: local (4.14.0-1) is newer than extra (4.13.3-2)why suddenly this package has been downgraded in extra repo ?is it a mistake from the maintener of this package ?s