[Ubuntu-US-NM] EPC suggestion

Eric Krieger unmlobo at gmail.com
Tue Feb 26 01:28:32 GMT 2008

My only concern about setting up a local repo is space, at least for 
right now.   Local repos use about 30+gb  most of the PC's we are 
working with have a max of about 15gb.    That said I think that setting 
up a local repo is a good idea may be once we get the shared storage 
up.  Right now we are looking at about half to 3/4 of a TB on the  FreeNAS.


w robbi wrote:
> I thought I would make a minor suggestion.   Why not simply make a 
> local / private repository?  Then have a weekly rsync that keeps it 
> updated.  Or if you want to have all the software packages you run on 
> that location simply write a script to automatically check the 
> checksums and build the Packages.gz list  correctly.
> On Tue, Feb 19, 2008 at 10:56 AM, Eric Krieger <unmlobo at gmail.com 
> <mailto:unmlobo at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     I have no idea but something interesting to note...  if you search
>     your
>     installed packages on your Ubuntu boxes the landscape-client
>     (placeholder) appears to be installed by default (see screen capture).
>     Guess this was added into Gutsy.

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