On 10/02/2014 09:49 PM, Bob Doolittle wrote:
This is just the way how OBS is doing this, so I have no influence on
the 'dists' directory in this case the dist name is just a slash ('/')
On 10/02/2014 03:19 PM, Gianluca Cecchi wrote:
On Thu, Oct 2, 2014 at 8:34 PM, Bob Doolittle <b...@doolittle.us.com
I can't seem to find any spec for the "usual guest OBS
repositories" for guest-agent on Ubuntu. It's not specified on
Note that this page and the pages it references probably need
updating, since it's supposed to provide links to all relevant
info for all platforms:
Pointer for Ubuntu please?
I think correct link is what I referred in my first answer and that I
In that page we have the timestamp and tested version of
*Name*: oVirt Guest Agent on Ubuntu
*Target version*: 3.4.1
*Last updated*: 2014-08-05 by Vfeenstr
That is valid also for 3.5rc3 and ubuntu 14.04
I edited the page
pointing to my referred page.
Let me know if ok for all....
This looks a little bit like an APT repository (it has Packages and
Release) but I don't see the structure I expect (e.g. a dists directory).
What is the appropriate APT line e.g. for sources.list? What is the
uri, suite, and component? I'm able to fetch the .deb and install it
manually (and then fix the missing dependencies) but a properly
configured APT repository would make this more seamless.
How to add it to the sources.list is shown here:
The URL to use can be found here:
Vinzenz Feenstra | Senior Software Engineer
RedHat Engineering Virtualization R & D
Phone: +420 532 294 625
IRC: vfeenstr or evilissimo
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