[clug-talk] Automatix

Gustin Johnson gustin at echostar.ca
Wed May 3 10:41:58 PDT 2006


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What version of apache do you have (when you connect to localhost it
should say the version at the bottom of the page)?

If it is version 2.x, your configs are in /etc/apache2/ and they are
different from 1.x (ie not everything is in httpd.conf anymore)

Mitchell Brown wrote:
> Oh automatix read from the same dir that Synaptic does. Ohhh okay. I'm
> familiar with that then.
> 
> Side note: I just setup a brand new Ubuntu-LAMP server. Everytime I goto
> http://localhost I get a directory listing containing a folder "phpmyadmin"
> and "apache2-default".. yet I can't find these folders *anywhere* on my
> system (case sensitive). The DocumentRoot of /etc/httpd/httpd.conf (I
> thinkt
> thats where it is) is set to /var/www/html yet, there's an index.html in
> there and it gets a DirListing of a totally different directory!! What am I
> doing wrong??
> 
> On 5/3/06, Roy Souther <roy at silicontao.com> wrote:
>>
>> All deb files that get download are stored in /var/cache/apt/archives/.
>> After you have all of these files you can rebuild them into your own
>> local
>> repository. I have scripts to do that I will post a URL to download
>> them in
>> a few minutes.
>>
>> The more standard way is to setup a Debian caching repository server. I
>> don't remember how but you basicly set your apt server to be your caching
>> server and you set it to use the Automatix or any other servers you want.
>> When you apt-get from your server if it does not have the file already it
>> will download it and the next time it will not need to go to the Internet
>> again.
>>
>>
>>
>> On Wed, 2006-05-03 at 10:57 -0600, Mitchell Brown wrote:
>>
>> Hey guys, I've decided to give Ubuntu one last try. I usually don't like
>> it - hehe.
>> Umm, does anyone know how to ave the packages that Automatix pulls
>> down so
>> you can use them again if you want to reinstall Ubuntu? Using version
>> 5.10
>>
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