Configure repos?

Asked by Morgan Collett on 2007-06-01

How do I configure my repositories in vcs-frenzy (NOT UBUNTU)?

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2007-06-01
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2007-06-14

You can modify the /etc/apt/sources.list file to add repositories.
With update-manager or synaptics, you can modify the source of your repositorie. Then, you can select repositories from other countries or regions for get more transfer speed.
If you add no Ubuntu Official repositories , you will need add the gpg key of it. You can find this info on this no Official server or in his author webs.
Remember that you need root privileges to do it. You can edit the last file with gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list

Morgan Collett (morgan) said : #2

No, I'm not referring to Ubuntu or apt repositories.

I posted this question on the VCS-Frenzy project which monitors source code repositories like BZR or CVS.

This is upstream software, not yet in Ubuntu.

OK, excuse me.

Jakob Lenfers (jakob-drss) said : #4

Since there is no config interface yet (AFAIK), you can copy a sample config-file from the source directory and adapt it. (e.g: (I hope this link works) http://codebrowse.launchpad.net/~petesavage/vcs-frenzy/trunk/annotate/petesavage%40ubuntu.com-20070601205206-xckyam97r3q4wedk?file_id=vcsfrenzy-20070427222401-qgn0tw0wzj7e0bpn-1)
After that just start vcsfrenzy, rename the config file into "config" and copy it into ~/.vcsfrenzy/.

HTH, Jakob

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