On 2011-11-23 14:25:42 (-0800), Greg KH
On Wed, Nov 23, 2011 at 08:03:55PM -0200, Jos
> Heya all,
> Going back to the discussion we had a while ago about moving to
> Tumbleweed in openSUSE 12.1.
> After a little bit of thinking* I concluded that of course all (new)
> tumbleweed users need to move over to this setup of using the
> 'current' instead of the 12.1 repositories. So I changed the
> Tumbleweed page to reflect this:
> And also: http://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Change_from_12.1_to_Tumbleweed
> It makes the text a bit complicated. And I suck at un-complicating it,
> I suppose, help is welcome.
> But there is another matter I'm sure some of you object to much more
> strongly: I use a self-made one-click-install file for adding
> Tumbleweed**. I dunno if OCI can remove repo's but at least I can add
> the right ones... However. I have no idea where to host the file. So
> for now I put it on my *anathema* public dropbox...
OCI cannot remove repos.
It's not bad, I had it hosted on kernel.org
for a long time before that
site went down :)
> Yes, horrible, I know. I'm however sure our sysadmins can find a much
> better spot for this one-click install. And maybe also for the
> one-click-install for ownCloud, if we have one that works better?!?
> I just decided to go ahead, make the OCI and put it somewhere to have
> at least an improvement over the current situation ;-)
I can put it on opensu.se (aka opensuse-community.org
I would love to be able to figure out how to add
a file like this to the
wiki to be hosted within it, anyone know how to do this?
Would be a wiki attachment then, which produces rather odd URLs.
Another option would be to have the ymp file on a proper URL
has an automagically
generated one) and simply link to it from the wiki.
to Greg KH who made it, I just added the 'current' repo's to it too
Nice, glad to see you added this, but doesn't this also mean you need to
disable the 12.1 repos as well?
Well the openSUSE:Tumbleweed/standard repository provides a
"diff" to 12.1, so that's alright.
But I presume you mean all the other ("add-on") repositories and
there, indeed, one should disable the 12.1 repos, as the
tumbleweed repositories there contain everything, instead of a
diff to 12.1.
That cannot be done with OCI though, and I don't see how that
could be achieved using OCI in the first place.
Have to do this:
zypper ar http://r.opensu.se/tumbleweed.repo
(If vendor change prohibition is enabled (which it is by
default), shouldn't the tumbleweed repo have a higher priority ?
e.g. by adding a line "priority=20" in its .repo file ?)
On a side note, only few of those "add-on" repositories are
available for Tumbleweed.
-o) Pascal Bleser
-- we haz green
-- we haz conf
Can the "services" feature of zypper be used for this? I don't know if
its implemented/available in openSUSE,
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