Changeset b6b1491 for Slackware


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Timestamp:
Feb 2, 2009 1:22:31 AM (11 years ago)
Author:
sponge <sponge@…>
Branches:
master
Children:
28a14782
Parents:
f70be29
Message:

Final Slackbuild cleanups, ant slackpkg target added.

Location:
Slackware
Files:
2 added
1 deleted
5 edited

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  • Slackware/README

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    1 You will need atleast monotone > = 0.41 to get the most recent build source
     1ou will need atleast monotone > = 0.41 to get the most recent build source
    22and connect it to an already running i2p router.
    33
    44OR:
    55
    6 You may download the actual source from
    7 http://mirror.i2p2.de/i2psource_0.7.tar.bz2 for the "stable" releases.
    8 
     6You may download the actual "stable" source from
     7http://code.google.com/p/i2p/downloads/list
    98
    109You will need to follwing tools to build the i2p and i2p-base packages:
    1110
    1211bash >= 3.1.017
     12requiredbuilder >= 0.16.3 ( http://www.stabellini.net/requiredbuilder.html )
    1313jre >= 6u11
    1414jdk >= 6u11
    15 
    1615apache-ant >= 1.7.1
    1716perl >= 5.10.0
     
    1918
    2019Reccomended:
    21 monotone >= 0.41 (from pkgs.dr.ea.ms)
     20monotone >= 0.41 ( http://pkgs.dr.ea.ms )
     21
     22See also:
     23
     24i2p/readme.txt
     25
     26AND
     27
     28i2p-base/readme.txt
     29
     30for information and handy tips.
  • Slackware/i2p/doinst.sh

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    88for i in *.config ; {
    99        if [ -f $INST_DIR/$i ] ; then
    10                 echo "Please check $i, as there is a new version."
     10                echo "Please check ${INST_DIR}${i}, as there is a new version."
    1111                cp $i $INST_DIR/$i.new
    1212        else
     
    1616
    1717)
     18
     19( cd $INST_DIR
     20        if [ -f blocklist.txt ] ; then
     21                echo "Please check ${INST_DIR}blocklist.txt, as there is a new version."
     22        else
     23                mv blocklist.txt.new blocklist.txt
     24        fi
     25)
     26
     27( cd $INST_DIR/eepsite
     28        if [ -f jetty.xml ] ; then
     29                rm jetty.xml.new
     30        else
     31                mv jetty.xml.new jetty.xml
     32        fi
     33)
     34
     35( cd $INST_DIR/eepsite/docroot
     36        if [ -f index.html ] ; then
     37                rm index.html.new
     38        else
     39                mv index.html.new index.html
     40        fi
     41        if [ -f favicon.ico ] ; then
     42                rm favicon.ico.new
     43        else
     44                mv favicon.ico.new favicon.ico
     45        fi
     46)
     47
    1848echo
    1949echo "FINISHING I2P INSTALLATION. PLEASE WAIT."
     
    2454  echo "cd into i2p installation directory and run "
    2555  echo "postinstall.sh manually with ./postinstall.sh"
    26   echo "It is also reccomended to set router.blocklist.enable=true "
    27   echo "in the router.config file."
    2856  exit 1
    2957)
  • Slackware/i2p/i2p.SlackBuild

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    7777
    7878mkdir -p $PKG/install
     79mv $PKG/$INSTALL_DIR/i2p/*.config $PKG/install
    7980mv $PKG/$INSTALL_DIR/i2p/blocklist.txt $PKG/$INSTALL_DIR/i2p/blocklist.txt.new
    80 mv $PKG/$INSTALL_DIR/i2p/*.config $PKG/install
     81mv $PKG/$INSTALL_DIR/i2p/eepsite/jetty.xml $PKG/$INSTALL_DIR/i2p/eepsite/jetty.xml.new
     82mv $PKG/$INSTALL_DIR/i2p/eepsite/docroot/index.html $PKG/$INSTALL_DIR/i2p/eepsite/docroot/index.html.new
     83mv $PKG/$INSTALL_DIR/i2p/eepsite/docroot/favicon.ico $PKG/$INSTALL_DIR/i2p/eepsite/docroot/favicon.ico.new
    8184sed "s|directory|/$INSTALL_DIR/i2p/|g" $CWD/doinst.sh > $PKG/install/doinst.sh
    8285cat $CWD/slack-desc > $PKG/install/slack-desc
  • Slackware/i2p/readme.txt

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    77
    88Installation and Upgrade:
    9 Probably you will never have to update i2p packages with upgradepkg,
    10 just because I2P has an auto-update function. However using upgradepkg
    11 lowers the demand on the I2P network as a whole, and is by far faster.
     9Probably you will never have to update i2p packages. However if you do,
     10be sure to installpkg first, then removepkg or custom config files can
     11be lost with upgradepkg. I2P has an auto-update function. However using
     12installpkg then removepkg lowers the demand on the I2P network as a
     13whole, and is by far faster.
    1214
    1315After installpkg command, doinst.sh will execute a postinstallation script
     
    2729this page: http://localhost:7657/index.jsp
    2830Here you can configure I2P, watch network status and navigate anonimously.
    29 It's suggested to subscribe to various addressbook hosts, see the faqs on
    30 http://www.i2p2.i2p/ or http://www.i2p2.de/
     31It's suggested to subscribe to various addressbook hosts so that you can
     32get to the many available eepsites and other service on I2P. These are not
     33set up by default for security reasons.
     34
     35Please see the faqs on http://www.i2p2.i2p/ or http://www.i2p2.de/ on how
     36to subscribe to the various addressbook services.
    3137
    3238To stop I2P:
  • Slackware/i2p/slack-desc

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    1515i2p: Many applications are available that interface with I2P, including
    1616i2p: mail, peer-peer file sharing, IRC chat, and others.
    17 i2p:
     17i2p: WARNING: To upgrade installpkg FIRST _THEN_ removepkg.
    1818i2p: For more information, see:  http://www.i2p2.de/
    1919i2p:
    20 i2p: This package requires i2p-base.
    21 i2p:
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