S4E2: "Repo, Man!"
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In this episode we talk about how you can share your package with others.
Just the Tip
- Paden talks about users sharing the same UID.
Worth noting that if you think you need this, you probably don’t. It has the propensity to do some terrible things to your expectations as a sysadmin, and 99 times out of 100 your problem’s going to be solved a different, better way – nevertheless, it works.
Starts at 13m18s.
- In-house/on-site repositories! (Mad props to amayer, one of the regulars in our IRC channel, for suggesting this topic!)
- Primarily, you’re going to be doing one of two things:
- You can run your own in-house PyPI repository.
- As mentioned, I am currently writing a script to manage Arch (and in the future, other distro) repositories. When it’s done, you’ll find it in this directory.
- Also as I mentioned, I run a (quite highly ranked) public Arch mirror.
In this segment, Jthan shares with you a little slice of life. The title is a reference to this video. (2m16s in)
Starts at 40m47s.
- I don’t know of any frogs that determine sex based on conditions of incubation, but it turns out both alligators AND crocodiles do.
- And Jthan is still on this bullshit (#3).
- Paden mentioned this episode of The Website is Down.
- Sadly, Jthan did not post the question to Reddit.
- Paden, “sticky wicket” is pretty common.
- Jthan, in fact, did not set up an in-house Illumos mirror.
- One does indeed shuck clams.
- Nosbig also mentioned to us that for repo caching, Debian has some specific tools like approx and apt-cacher-ng.
- Yum has some specific suggestions as well.
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