Maybe we can somewhat easily prettify
deb.whonix.org. Making information for packages by Whonix and later Kicksecure (on own domain name
kicksecure.com) much more accessible. Could better present what packages exist, what the dependencies are, version numbers, which repository has which version, changelogs and whatnot. Would be much better searchable since it would get indexed by search engines.
This is apparently what
packages.debian.org is using:
But looks rather involved to setup.
I would like to avoid re-introducing apache on
Is there any more lightweight alternative?
Kali Linux Package Tracker - cifs-utils based on Debian QA / distro-tracker · GitLab. Similar:
apt - Debian Package Tracker. But not too great since it does not show package descriptions. Perhaps that is configurable? I haven’t found installation or configuration instructions yet.
https://pkginfo.devuan.org looks decent. Haven’t found source code and installation instructions yet.
January 3, 2021, 10:21am
Not sure if it is correct, but
#devuan on freenode mentioned these git repos:
Maemo Package Indexer
Current instance is running at:
Maemo Package Index
Fork of KatolaZ’s
d1pkgweb tailored for Maemo Leste.
January 24, 2021, 11:04am
Documentation for this is very spare. If anyone could contribute how to set this up with nginx that would help a ton in getting this done.
To get a local copy of the package repository:
The short summary of
Hosting a Kicksecure ™ Mirror…
sudo apt install rsync
Get a local copy of the Kicksecure repository.
rsync-ssl --recursive --delete --times --perms rsync://kicksecure.com/kicksecure/developer-meta-files/internal/ ~/kicksecure-repository
rsync://kicksecure.com/kicksecure is the same as