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How to set up a staging apt repository to securely manage upgrades

I would like to be able to run automatic apt-get upgrade (once per hour) on our servers (Ubuntu 10.04), so that I don't have to do it manually on all of them (about 15). However, for production ...
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Git: can I store known repository in the repository?

I am setting up a Git repository. I know you can add repositories using git config --global, but is there a way that those known repositories gets cloned by users? For example, I add ...
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Add local branch to remote repository?

In git, I created a new local branch and made various changes that have been committed. I'd like to now add this branch to the remote repository (not local master branch or origin/master remote ...
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How to upgrade a 1.4.3 TortoiseSVN-created repository to 1.6.x?

A few years ago, TortoiseSVN 1.4.3 was deployed to our software development team and we are now looking at upgrading the client to the latest 1.6.x version. I had hoped this upgrade would be ...
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SVN multiple repositories in subfolders

I'm using apache+svn apache config file: LoadModule dav_module modules/mod_dav.so LoadModule dav_svn_module modules/mod_dav_svn.so LoadModule authz_svn_module modules/mod_authz_svn.so <Location ...
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yum update works but yum --security update fails to work in Fedora 12

I had already installed the yum-security before. And I was going to do an update by entering the following command: [root@localhost /]# yum update Loaded plugins: presto, priorities, ...
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centos ruby 1.8.7 repository

I can't find a repository that contains ruby 1.8.7. All repos only contain 1.8.5 or 1.8.6 versions. Does anyone know of any repos with ruby-1.8.7?
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Is it possible to search an apt repository via a web browser?

I've installed the beta version of Ubuntu 10.04 server edition (x64), but the system doesn't have an internet connection. Is there a way I can find out what packages are in the apt repository with ...
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SVN Merge two reposiories - what about the UUIDs?

This is my scenario: Originally had two seperate repositories, I need to merge these into one repository. I don't care too much about the history in these repositories. I created a new repository and ...
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Accessing SVN repo from server side

Question: How can I set my server up to access files in a repository? Info: I have this small server project I've been working on now for about 8 months. I've gotten some things accomplished, ...
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Backup Server Overhaul

I have a storage dilemma on my network at work. Currently we use version control (SVN) to backup our raw files from our workstations to a repository on a centralized Server. After reading up, it ...
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What packages inside EPEL are for LAMP?

I heard that latest version packages related to LAMP for CentOS can be found in remi repository. I googled and found more than one article (e.g. ...
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Repository for old Dapper Drake Ubuntu?

I still have a system running on Dapper Drake which i don't want to update. Now i have to install gcc-3.4 on this system but the Ubuntu repository is shut down and removed. Is there anyway to get a ...
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Create a “controlled” APT proxy

Do you have any experience/scrips creating a controlled APT proxy (*)? Currently, I'm using apt-cacher to speed up installs/updates in my LAN, but as its name says, it's only a cache (and a good one ...
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basic svn repository set up for HTTP

I have SSH access to a server on which I am trying to create a repository. I don't know if apache is set up correctly for this, but the server does have svn, and it does mod-dav-svn. Anyways, I ssh ...
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SVN limitations - Number of users and repositories?

I would like to know if SVN has a specified limitations of how many users and repositories it can sustain? Thank you.
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setting up a subversion repository on a remote server

I have ssh access to a webserver which has svn. I'm trying to set up a repository via the ssh but I'm not completely sure how. The server is running parallels plesk if that makes a difference. My ...
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What is the best place to back up files for disaster recovery?

In my case, its about 1 or 2 terrabytes of images, etc. for my design firm. Any ideas? Thanks!
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About dedicated code repository server and others

Do you have a dedicated server for the code repository? I am trying to convince my colleagues to switch from SVN to Git or Mercurial in order to make merging less painful and I am wondering if it's ...
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recreate svn repository from two working copies

This might be a repeated question from here (http://serverfault.com/questions/55511/recreating-svn-repository), but I think I should ask this again. I do not have a most recent back up of the ...
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apt-get not working on my Ubuntu Desktop 9.04 jaunty since this morning

Since this morning I am not able to use apt-get command on my Ubuntu 9.04 It's throwing the following error : W: Failed to fetch ...
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How do I tell what all packages are in a given repository?

A friend came to me with an Ubuntu question I didn't have a quick one-off answer for, so I present it to SF: How can I list all the packages available from a given apt repository? Example, all the ...
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How to know from which yum repository a package has been installed?

After I have installed a package by yum (with multiple repositories configured), how can I find from which repository it has been installed? If I run yum info package-name (or yum list package-name), ...
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Setting Up Git Repository on Remote Windows Server?

I have a windows server which I can access locally or remotely over the internet through remote desktop connection, etc. I want to set up a git repository (something similar to "trunk" in ...
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recreating svn repository

after a major server fault, svn repository was destroyed and my working version is most current one, what is the way to recreate svn repository from my working version? after installing svn on a new ...
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SVN: Where is my repository?

I'm trying to backup my SVN respository. My problem: I forgot where I put my repository on the hard disk. How can I find this? FYI: I'm using TortoiseSVN if that helps.
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Where are the repos with development tools for SUSE (SLED 11)?

I've just got a new netbook from HP with SLED 11 pre-installed. It works OK, but I cannot find the software I need in the online repostories. I am a FreeBSD and Debian user, so for me, "if it's not in ...
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What should I point to my webhost when requesting for Subversion support?

There's this webhost SP which I liked a lot that said to me that they could add support for Subversion if I wanted. They just asked me to send an e-mail with everything I wanted and how I want it to ...
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How to remove all binary files from a SVN Repository to decrease it's size?

We would like to decrease the size of a repository by purging all binary files usually zip files that are not development oriented. Any easy way to remove them?
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Can anybody tell me how to create my own local package repository for my packages in Ubuntu?

I want to create a package repository for my packages in ubuntu and this repository will be using in multiple Ubuntu systems to install and update packages.
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VPS server missing files

the strangest thing happend today. I was trying to acces the SVN repo but it gaved me an error, after looking into it i found that all the files are missing. I had the following directory structure: ...
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What is the format of specifying 'http' repositories in /etc/apt/sources.list?

After specifying the url of the repository, what do the tags like 'stable','non-free' mean in the entries of /etc/apt/sources.list ? If we know the url of a repository, how do we decide about these ...