Caching update/install lib/package server
hi Linux Pros
My LAN have many machine, and I want to use Linux as basis
So, there's big update/install lib demand
It's better to set up an server that will get lib if first time request and cach it for after uses.
For ex:my LAN have desktop A, B and server C
A request lib1 via Package manager, C will get lib1, return to A and cach lib1 on local,
B request lib1, C will return lib1 to B
C request lib1, C use lib1 in local
How to config that C server
Re: Caching update/install lib/package server
The easiest is to install apt-cacher on a server/machine and set the other machine to go through it to get the installation packages.
So as an example:
1 server/machine called cache-the-debs (with IP 10.0.0.1)
plenty of machines/servers named the-machines.
** on get-the-debs install apt-cacher
tweak it's conf (/etc/apt-cacher/apt-cacher.conf
) file if you want to change the directory where it will store the packages, and tweak /etc/default/apt-cacher to AUTOSTART=1
** restart the apt-cacher service
** on the-machines and on get-the-debs
tweak the apt-get sources.list of all machines with get-the-debs name if you have DNS working or with its IP so that all lines look like: