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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by slartibartfast View Post
    Is this relevant?
    https://forums.slimdevices.com/showthread.php?p=822787

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    Yep, that's the relevant thread. A few years ago the official repos were closed down due to issues to maintain them.
    Personally I still miss the good-old Debian-repo because it was a perfect (and still preferable) way to integrate the updates within your os and package manager.
    The current approach is workable though.

    And when using Docker with a LMS container you are still able to use an automatic update mechanism with f.e. Watchtower.
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    Thanks for updates.

    Looks like the yum depositories are dead then. Shame. I will have to stick with the manual update process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by humax99 View Post
    Thanks for updates.

    Looks like the yum depositories are dead then. Shame. I will have to stick with the manual update process.
    I remember trying setting up a Debian repo/PPA for LMS myself, but simply didn't have the time to figure it all out. I think the same should be possible for Yum. It is all community effort over here, so the main constraint is time/resources from the members involved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zordaz View Post
    I remember trying setting up a Debian repo/PPA for LMS myself, but simply didn't have the time to figure it all out. I think the same should be possible for Yum. It is all community effort over here, so the main constraint is time/resources from the members involved.
    Yes, I appreciate that. Amazing collaboration work done here and much appreciated by us all. Certainly me!

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