Let's see if I understand this correctly:
- I've created
- I do a osc co of home\:stefan\:localubuntu on my laptop
- I add miro as a package inside this project + osc add and commit
- do I run rescan-repository after adding the miro packages ?
- Where should I add the ubuntu repo, in which directory ? "If this new
repo has the Ubuntu repo inside it's path..."
On 28/05/13 21:45, Stefan Cocora wrote:
Thanks for your advice Adrian, I'll try it as soon
as possible and
feedback the results to this mailing list.
On 28/05/13 09:00, Adrian Schröter wrote:
> On Montag, 27. Mai 2013, 17:15:33 wrote Stefan Cocora:
>> Thanks for your response Philipp,
>> To confirm, yes my local instance is connected to opensuse.org
>> Can I have my local obs connected with opensuse.org
and at the same
>> time create another project that tracks packages locally ?
>> I'm not sure I understand what you mean by "If you want to hold the
>> project including the packages locally".
>> Doesn't creating another project and adding rpm/deb manually mean that
>> I'm holding the packages and and the project locally ?
> If you want to binary import some packages, create some repo somewhere via
> osc or webui. Ideally in an empty project without sources
> Afterwards, you can create the :full directory in
> and copy your binaries inside. Last, you need to tell the scheduler to scan it
> obs_admin --rescan-repository <project> <repository>
> If this new repo has the Ubuntu repo inside it's path, it is enough to build
> your new repo in your projects.
>> On 27/05/13 11:38, Philipp Seiler wrote:
>>> Hi Stefan,
>>> On Sun, 26 May 2013 09:05:57 +0100
>>> Stefan Cocora <stefan.cocora(a)googlemail.com> wrote:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> I'm trying to build miro 6 for ubuntu 12.04 ubuntu 13.04 using my
>>>> self hosted version of OBS.
>>>> My self hosted version of OBS is 2.3.8.
>>>> The problem with miro is that it needs python-support which exists
>>>> only in the ubuntu universe repositories.
>>>> Reading the opensuse buildservice mailing list I saw that you
>>>> add ubuntu's universe to opensuse because of legal issues.
>>>> How can I add ubuntu universe to my self-hosted version of OBS ?
>>> You interconnect your self-hosted OBS with the SUSE one, right?
>>> In this case you can't add RPMs to the repository because the
>>> rpms are directly downloaded from the SUSE OBS. I can provide you one
>>> (not the only?) solution. You create a project in your instance with
>>> prj information, prjconf and the packages
>>> in /srv/obs/build/$DISTRO/$ARCH/:full/ to build without the suse OBS
>>> interconnect. Here you can add the rpms/debs you wish. Maybe the most
>>> from an Install DVD and the additional packages from a repository (for
>>> ubuntu the universe repository). But you need a bit free space per
>>> distro. For example for Ubuntu you need about 10GB space (all
>>> packages twice for i586 and x86_64 arch).
>>> If you want to hold the project including the packages locally, I'll
>>> answer you with the steps to do that.
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