I am currently trying to install software offline (studying this question) and want to use Offline Repository according to this answer.
I followed steps like:
put all debs in /var/my-local-repo
sudo bash -c 'dpkg-scanpackages /var/my-local-repo /dev/null > /var/my-local-repo/Packages' (note: dpkg-dev is already installed to perform this action)
set repository as root by echo "deb file:/var/m
As i just have moved, i currently lack of internet access (mobile phone is limited to 250mb/month), i had a good look on Glennzos Guide about how to set up a local repo.
To just do installations, the script should work, but requires some lovly testers to confirm it.
Currently i'll have a play to retrieve and intigrate the updates.
Sadly, i currently have either access to internet or
I have a theme I use for our merchant store. I use git to maintain a repo (local repo 1) of this theme that i clone into a dev folder (local repo 2) and then work on there, when I'm done I want to update (push?) to the original local repo 1. From there I can render zip files or whatever I need for the merchant store.
So i made repo1 by git init and adding the files and committing it.
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I've read a few guides outlining how to setup a local YUM repo, but none of them explicitly stated an answer to my question; If I set up a local YUM repo, does that mean that any CentOS servers which pull from said repo will never be "ahead" of the local YUM repo?
I want to ensure a consistent package distribution across all my servers.
Now that I have created my local yum repo I want centos to first look for package under the local repo first and if its not there then its should go and check on the internet. I tried checking the /etc/yum.conf like may be changing some priority level but it doesn't seems to be there.