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Re: [trinity-users] can't install TDE on stretch, no release file in any tde repo for stretch

From: Slávek Banko <slavek.banko@...>
Date: Sun, 24 Jun 2018 19:14:39 +0200
On Wednesday 20 of June 2018 06:04:09 Mike Bird wrote:
> On Tue June 19 2018 16:46:21 Slávek Banko wrote:
> > Both repositories are still active. In your example you have mistakenly
> > components 'contrib' and 'non-free'. There are valid only components
> > named 'main-r14', 'deps-r14' and possibly 'extra-r14'.
> >
> > The original http://mirror.xcer.com/trinity-sb is managed by my colleague
> > so in case of complications I have to report to him. For Stretch is the
> > correct entry:
> >
> >   deb http://mirror.xcer.cz/trinity-sb stretch main-r14 deps-r14
> >
> > The new http://mirror.ppa.trinitydesktop.org/trinity-sb is located on
> > a more official address, and at the same time I manage it myself
> > (excluding hardware). For Stretch is the correct entry:
> >
> >   deb http://mirror.ppa.trinitydesktop.org/trinity-sb stretch main-r14
> > deps-r14
>
> Hi Slavek,
>
> I just switched from xcer to ppa.trinitydesktop as recommended.  Both
> appear to be receiving updates and are equivalent for current files on
> the arches I need but there seem to be an unexpectedly large number of
> differences in other files.  Are deletions synced?
>
> --Mike
>

Hi Mike,

at mirror.xcer.cz, colleague has not yet made the removal of distributions 
that are no longer build for Preliminary Stable Builds. Therefore, packages 
for these distributions are still available on mirror.xcer.cz. While on 
mirror.ppa.trinitydesktop.org is cleaning old packages more actively. This is 
why the content may vary. Both of these mirrors are synchronized from my main 
server using apt-mirror. Therefore, removing old packages can be done 
differently on each mirror.

If you want to synchronize Preliminary Stable Builds repository to your 
mirror, I can setup rsync on mirror.ppa.trinitydesktop.org. Would it be 
useful for you?

Cheers
-- 
Slávek