[PC-BSD Pbi-dev] pbibuild without portsnap - is it possible?
kris at pcbsd.org
Tue Feb 8 06:17:12 PST 2011
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On 02/07/2011 20:25, Sam Lin wrote:
> I am about to build a (potentially huge) pbi recently, but unfortunately
> our unreliable internet is now getting even worse and it's simply not
> usable (even to check email is a big problem now). A possible workaround
> that has come to my mind is to bring my laptop to somewhere else where I
> can access to a fast internet, open a konsole and su, then make
> fetch-recursive all required sources, take the laptop to my flat and
> leave it along to pbibuild using the distfiles in /usr/ports/distfiles.
> The problem is, I know if I just do something like "pbibuild 'app-name'
> " at my place the pbibuilder would first run portsnap to try update the
> port tree, which a reliable network is still required to do so.
> My question is, is there any way that I could avoid running portsnap but
> just get pbibuilder start building a pbi with the pre-fetched distfiles?
> Pbi-dev mailing list
> Pbi-dev at lists.pcbsd.org
Yep, you can do that. First, edit /pbi-build/conf/pbibuild.conf, and set
Next, put all your distfiles into /pbi-build/distfiles, it will be
nullfs mounted into the pbisandbox when doing builds.
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