mock.laptop.org repos repo
cjstuij at gmail.com
Thu Dec 11 10:48:00 EST 2008
On Wed, Dec 10, 2008 at 3:55 AM, C. Scott Ananian <cscott at laptop.org> wrote:
> I think upgrading to a newer version of git will solve the memory
> errors? That was something that happened often with debian/stable-era
Hmm, I get the same errors from dev.laptop.org which has git version
22.214.171.124. Which is a bit lower than the one on the only box here that I
have access to which has a reasonable connection to the outside world.
I don't know about how far back you're talking about, but perhaps it
might mean dev.laptop.org should upgrade as well a bit? But since
crank is Ubuntu and you use the word 'era' on top of the phrase
'debian stable' (that's three times another phrase for old in one
word!) it really was an old version perhaps.
I also tried to reel in a snapshot .gz, but eventually the connection
timed out. Now the site can't even serve me a page anymore, so I'm
pretty much out of options. How big is this repository anyways,
with... what.... 26 thousand something package-blobs? Ah well, I don't
need it THAT much. I got the packages I need local. But if someone
would be willing to scp the dir over to dev.laptop or something, I
wouldn't be sad... If only for the frustration I feel not being able
to copy over a simple repo in this day and age (era).
> If you've looked at the pilgrim repo, you'll have noticed that we
> export via http (w/ gitweb) as well. There's a snapshot link at
> and the individual packages are available via http as well.
> ( http://cscott.net/ )
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