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General => Before you give a try => Topic started by: bozonius on Fri Jun 08 13:24:41 2018

Title: End-Of-Life
Post by: bozonius on Fri Jun 08 13:24:41 2018
Is there any official end-of-life schedule for NuTyx releases?

I am hoping that NuTyx will continue to support its older versions even after newer ones are released.
Title: Re: End-Of-Life
Post by: Thierry on Fri Jun 08 19:56:49 2018
You can still use latest 8.x version and latest 9.x version on http://downloads.tuxfamily.org/nutyx/x86_64 server. So yes support continues
Title: Re: End-Of-Life
Post by: bozonius on Fri Jun 08 21:41:36 2018
Thank you.  Are there any drop-dead dates for EOL though?  I am just trying to get some idea of how long the support cycle might be. 
Title: Re: End-Of-Life
Post by: Thierry on Sat Jun 09 10:32:56 2018
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Is there any official end-of-life schedule for NuTyx releases?Nothing is official here.

I share my work with anybody interested to discover another way of using Linux. I have a lot of fun of doing it.

Rsync all the package to your own server and you will have your NuTyX LTS

1. Install http server
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get apache apache.service
2. sudo rsync the 64 bits packages (replace with i686 for 32 bits)
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rsync -av --delete rsync://downloads.nutyx.org/nutyx/x86_64/ /srv/www/x86_64/
3. Start the service
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sudo /etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd start
4. Change your cards config:
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sudo sed -i "s@downloads.nutyx.org@localhost@" /etc/cards
Done
Title: Re: End-Of-Life
Post by: bozonius on Sat Jun 09 10:37:49 2018
So I take it that if you run out of space, there is a chance that older releases of NuTyX might not have public repo access anymore.   Fair enough.  If I ultimately choose NuTyX, I might consider helping out a bit with that issue since I would be dependent on it a bit myself.