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  1. #391
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    Re: How To: Make Your Own Ubuntu Repository DVDs

    My programm can help you download Ubuntu repository.

    It's portable. And can be run under:
    • Windows 2000, Windows XP - .Net Framework 2.0 requaired
    • Windows Vista, Windows 7 - Nothing needed =)
    • Ubuntu 10.10 - Mono enviroment. You can run it from terminal with following command "mono ubuntu-repository.exe"

    The newest version available here http://mozgoed-mgoy.narod.ru/ubuntu/...repository.zip

  2. #392
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    Re: How To: Make Your Own Ubuntu Repository DVDs

    Quote Originally Posted by Mozgoed View Post
    My programm can help you download Ubuntu repository.

    It's portable. And can be run under:
    • Windows 2000, Windows XP - .Net Framework 2.0 requaired
    • Windows Vista, Windows 7 - Nothing needed =)
    • Ubuntu 10.10 - Mono enviroment. You can run it from terminal with following command "mono ubuntu-repository.exe"

    The newest version available here http://mozgoed-mgoy.narod.ru/ubuntu/...repository.zip
    That's for sharing this with us. I've been working on something likes this for ubuntu off and on for the last year. Again thanks for sharing this with us and thanks for making a english version to..
    The Ubuntu Counter Project - user number # 28994

  3. #393
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    Thumbs down Re: How To: Make Your Own Ubuntu Repository DVDs

    Hi Community,

    I just failed to build a local karmic-mirror of http://archive.canonical.com.

    I am running xubuntu lucid lynx.

    I have installed debpartial_0+20030508-0.1_all.deb from a debian-mirror and not the proposed debpartial_0+20030508.1.tar.gz from ubuntu-mirror becauce I did not succeed installing the tarball.

    This command...

    debmirror --nosource -m --passive --timeout=seconds -t 240 --host=http://archive.canonical.com/ --root=/ubuntu --method=http --progress --dist=karmic,karmic-security,karmic-updates,karmic-backports --section=main,restricted,universe,multiverse --arch=i386 ~/ubuntu-karmic-i386 --ignore-release-gpg

    ...gives following error-messages:

    [0%] Getting: dists/karmic/Release... dists/karmic/Release failed 500 Can't connect to http::80 (Bad hostname 'http:')
    [0%] Getting: dists/karmic-security/Release... dists/karmic-security/Release failed 500 Can't connect to http::80 (Bad hostname 'http:')
    [0%] Getting: dists/karmic-updates/Release... dists/karmic-updates/Release failed 500 Can't connect to http::80 (Bad hostname 'http:')
    [0%] Getting: dists/karmic-backports/Release... dists/karmic-backports/Release failed 500 Can't connect to http::80 (Bad hostname 'http:')
    Errors:
    Download of dists/karmic/Release failed: 500 Can't connect to http::80 (Bad hostname 'http:')
    Download of dists/karmic-security/Release failed: 500 Can't connect to http::80 (Bad hostname 'http:')
    Download of dists/karmic-updates/Release failed: 500 Can't connect to http::80 (Bad hostname 'http:')
    Download of dists/karmic-backports/Release failed: 500 Can't connect to http::80 (Bad hostname 'http:')
    Failed to download some Release or Release.gpg files! WARNING: releasing 1 pending lock...

    root-directory on http://archive.canonical.com/ IS NOT ubuntu. Typing --root=/ does not help - for first step. debmirror says it is mirroring from http://http://archive.canonical.com//debian/

    perhaps some strings in config-files are wrong?

    Thank you for your attention. Perhaps you can help me.

    hans1967
    Last edited by hans1967; December 9th, 2011 at 03:34 PM. Reason: layout

  4. #394
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    Re: How To: Make Your Own Ubuntu Repository DVDs

    my problem seems solved:

    http://archive.canonical.com -> pool is empty

    BobSongs solution seems to work now with a different internet-mirror.

    thank you for your attention,

    hans1967

  5. #395
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    Re: How To: Make Your Own Ubuntu Repository DVDs

    Seems the folders have been moved to this location:

    archive.canonical.com/dists/

    Added to the tutorial how to modify one's sources.list if the Ubuntu we're running is old and the repositories can't be accessed as before.

  6. #396
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    Re: How To: Make Your Own Ubuntu Repository DVDs

    Sorry for such a late question folks, but I tried both the old and new url (archive.canonical.com and archive.canonical.com/dists/) for Canonical and neither is working. I have been downloading the Hardy, Maverick and Precise (i386 and amd64) repos from Ubuntu and MediBubtu with no problems. I just can't get Canonical. I am also having a problem with making the index / packages list and public keys. After doing the commands, they want to make one package list of everything I have downloaded and the public key has all of them listed. Yes, I download to one computer (running Maverick) because it is the one I actually use and it is the one that I am using as a server. I also have another desktop running Hardy, and it is the one that runs WXtoIMG. My laptop currently runs Maverick, but I am going to upgrade to Precise. Any thoughts is greatly appreciated. I completely moved away from windows about 4 to 5 months ago, even though I still have another desktop that has both 98SE and Fedora Core 6 (using different drives) on it. Been using Linux distros since around 2001 or 2002, started out with RedHat 9, wasn't till January I tried Debian, then EdUbuntu, and finally settled with Ubuntu. Still consider myself a newbie, so it may take a whole lot of explaining something even simple. Thanks a bushel. John

  7. #397
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    Re: How To: Make Your Own Ubuntu Repository DVDs

    OK folks, I figured out part of my problems. I have to cd to each directory. Still can't get the Canonical repos though. John

  8. #398
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    Re: How To: Make Your Own Ubuntu Repository DVDs

    Disregard about Canonical folks. I'm happy with what I have in my repos now. I even have my repos working over LAN. John

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