[PlanetCCRMA] ccrma release file

Jack Tanner ihok@hotmail.com
Tue Oct 5 10:34:02 2004

I did my best to follow the directions. My sources.list is just a copy 
of http://ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/apt/configuration/2/sources.list

Should I be setting preferences there?

Mark Knecht wrote:
> Jack,
>    I think it's a bit easier than that. I installed FC2 and then the
> Planet stuff Friday. All I had to do was download the two apt files for
> FC2 and put them in /etc/apt as instructed. After they are in place then
> basically, from the command, it's apt-get update and then follow the
> instructions for doing the kernel, etc.
>    I think your confusion is that sources.list tells apt what you prefer
> to use for your sources web site.
>    Hope I've got this right. This is from memory as I watch a movie and
> I'm in Gentoo and not the Planet right now.
>    Anyway, it is easy. Just follow the instructions carefully.
> good luck,
> Mark
> On Mon, 2004-10-04 at 19:17, Jack Tanner wrote:
>>I hope this goes through even though I'm not subscribed to the list; the 
>>subscription page doesn't want to send me a confirmation e-mail.
>>I'm a newbie to apt and CCRMA both, so I apologize in advance if this is 
>>a dumb question.
>>I'm running FC2, with kernel 2.6.8-1. I'd like to install the CCRMA 
>>kernel in addition.
>>My understanding is that the cleanest way to do that is to tell apt that 
>>CCRMA is my preferred repository in general via /etc/apt/preferences and 
>>something like
>>Package: *
>>Pin: release o=CCRMA
>>Pin-Priority: 1001
>>But this is only supposed to work if CCRMA is defined as an o(rigin) in 
>>$ head 
>>Origin: Unknown
>>Label: Unknown
>>Suite: Unknown
>>Codename: Unknown
>>Date: Sun, 03 Oct 2004 16:42:36 -0700
>>Architectures: Unknown
>>Components: core updates planetccrma planetcore planetedge
>>Description: Not available
>>This is in contrast to other /var/state/apt/lists/*_release files, e.g., 
>>Origin: Fedora Extras
>>Label: Fedora Extras
>>Suite: Fedora Core 2
>>Codename: Tettnang
>>Date: Mon, 04 Oct 2004 07:57:40 -1000
>>Architectures: i386 i586 i686 athlon noarch
>>Components: os updates updates-testing stable testing unstable
>>Description: Fedora Extras add-on packages for Fedora Core 2
>>Am I totally off base? Would it be possible to modify the CCRMA release 
>>file to include origin information?