On Wed, Dec 4, 2013 at 12:15 PM, Adam Mizerski <adam(a)mizerski.pl> wrote:
W dniu 04.12.2013 14:06, Darin Perusich pisze:
I have a number of packages I'd like to publish on my local obs
instance where I only have the binary RPM's and not source or SRPM's.
Is it possible to and publish them? These are package like splunk,
splunkforwarder, oracle-instant-client, etc, where I get the RPM's
directly from the vender.
You can do it without OBS. Just put those packages in some public
directory (accessible via http) and use there createrepo . Then you
can use this location like any other software repository.
You can also use pgp to sign the generated repomd.xml file. Software
Manager likes that.
I already have a external repo I manage like this. However I do not
want to maintain a second repository, outside my local OBS instance,
for a handful a packages where I have to manage them manually. I want
them to be available from my local OBS instance. I could deconstruct
the RPM's but that seems overly complex and error prone.
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