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A repository refers to a data structure, usually stored remotely on a server, that contains files and directories as well as a corresponding historical record of the changes that were applied to the data structure of the repository.

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You need to either get debian to distribute it -- not necessarily easy and certainly not quick, and you will need some more normal distribution point first -- or else host your own repository online … attract. If I went to download some unknown library like this and they wanted me to add a repository, I'd go look somewhere else, thanks. What is the point of that? I presume it's open source. Why …
answered Nov 25 '13 by goldilocks
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Whoops. This is from the error output: http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core///os/repodata/repomd.xml ^^^ Notice those empt …
answered Apr 30 '15 by goldilocks
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knowledge about early source-code repositories is woefully incomplete According to the SourceForge wikipedia page: SourceForge, founded in 1999 by VA Software, was the first provider of a cen …
answered Nov 2 '14 by goldilocks
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You have not said what architecture the processor is, but the fact that you believe a current binary distro will work implies ARM or x86. If that is the case, you can build just the kernel from vanil …
answered Mar 15 '14 by goldilocks
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I would assume most distros accept individual private donations (they may also accept free hosting). However, that is probably not the bulk of their financing in most cases. Note that some of the ma …
answered Apr 12 '14 by goldilocks