Hosting own snaps and system updates
john.lenton at canonical.com
Wed Sep 16 08:15:04 UTC 2015
Sorry to have missed you on IRC earlier. It is the right way to
contact us for a quick question (not that the mailing list is wrong,
but it's async), but today most of the UTC+1 team will be a little
late after staying up rather late last night.
Anyway, the quick answer to your question is that yes, there is a way
to host your own snaps and system updates (in fact unless I'm mistaken
there are two ways of doing it). You want to talk with Martín for more
details; he should be around later in the day (he's in UTC-3).
On 16 September 2015 at 08:30, Philipp Lorenz
<p.lorenz at mwaysolutions.com> wrote:
> We are a company that aims to provide an IoT infrastructure. We'd like to
> use Snappy Ubuntu on the Raspberry Pi 2 as a central controlling unit and
> we'd like to review system updates ourselves before providing them to
> customers. For providing updates of our own software we'd also like to have
> an own snap repository.
> Is there a way to host own snaps and system updates for Snappy Ubuntu?
> Thanks in advance!
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