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repository_stable [2018/01/30 11:40]
pavroo
repository_stable [2018/12/27 22:05]
pavroo updated sparky 4 repos
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 ==== Repository ==== ==== Repository ====
  
-Users of Debian "​stable"​ branch should add Sparky **stable** and **testing** repositories to get access to Sparky repos.  +Users of Debian "​stable"​ branch should add Sparky **stable** and **core** repositories to get access to Sparky repos:
- +
-Sparky **stable** repository:+
  
    sudo nano /​etc/​apt/​sources.list.d/​sparky-stable.list    sudo nano /​etc/​apt/​sources.list.d/​sparky-stable.list
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    deb https://​sparkylinux.org/​repo stable main    deb https://​sparkylinux.org/​repo stable main
    ​deb-src https://​sparkylinux.org/​repo stable main    ​deb-src https://​sparkylinux.org/​repo stable main
- +   deb https://​sparkylinux.org/​repo ​core main 
-Sparky **testing** repository:​ +   ​deb-src https://​sparkylinux.org/​repo ​core main
- +
-   sudo nano /​etc/​apt/​sources.list.d/​sparky-testing.list +
- +
-and paste into the file: +
- +
-   deb https://​sparkylinux.org/​repo ​testing ​main +
-   ​deb-src https://​sparkylinux.org/​repo ​testing ​main+
  
 Create a preference file: Create a preference file:
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    ​Package:​ *    ​Package:​ *
-   Pin: release o=SparkyLinux,a=stable+   Pin: release o=SparkyLinux
    ​Pin-Priority:​ 1001    ​Pin-Priority:​ 1001
-    
-   ​Package:​ * 
-   Pin: release o=SparkyLinux,​a=testing 
-   ​Pin-Priority:​ 900 
  
 Otherwise, install '​sparky-apt'​ 4.x package to do so. Otherwise, install '​sparky-apt'​ 4.x package to do so.
repository_stable.txt · Last modified: 2019/08/14 22:29 by pavroo