Monthly Archives: February 2011

Candidate XiVO skaro repository for x86_64

Using the same method as described in previous posts for XiVO gallifrey, a XiVO skaro repostory for x86_64 was created. A few packaging problems were fixed and reported but nothing blocked the process. The pf-xivo and pf-xivo-web-interface were successfully installed … Continue reading

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Creating an independant XiVO Debian GNU/Linux repository from scratch (part 4/4)

A previous attempt was interrupted because packaging-farm did not support the generation of binary kernel modules packages using module-assistant. A new release implementing this feature, together with support for reprepro was published today (version 1.2.31). The resulting repository should be … Continue reading

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Creating an independant XiVO Debian GNU/Linux repository from scratch (part 3/4)

A previous attempt was interrupted because of missing dependencies and a failure to compile the sangoma-wanpipe package for i386. The dependencies were fixed and the sangoma-wanpipe compiled : the lenny i386 gallifrey repository is now complete. The packaging-farm needs to … Continue reading

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Creating an independant XiVO Debian GNU/Linux repository from scratch (part 2/4)

A previous attempt was interrupted because it was impractical to create dependencies between XiVO packages manually. A new version of the packaging-farm was released to address this problem. A new attempt was made and more packages were produced for the … Continue reading

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Creating an independant XiVO Debian GNU/Linux repository from scratch (part 1/4)

Forking means publishing your own modified version and is a common practice in Free Software. Forking a package repository is less common but useful nevertheless. Here is how it can be done for i386 using packaging-farm and the XiVO Debian … Continue reading

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