Re: [alpine-devel] inconsistent reboot ...
On Mon, 11 Nov 2013 21:40:17 +0200
HL <freemail.grharry_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello there,
> I had to do a live reboot on a fw running 2.6.0
> I've compiled locally
> shorewall 4.5.20
> and quagga with some patches not included in the dist.
> I have a local cache
> cache -> /media/usb/cache
> in /etc/apk
> /etc/apk/world looks like this
> at reboot the system complaints that could not find shorewall and the
> other locally compiled packages
> so I had to re-install them manually.
> and firewall did not start ...
> In other words it cannot install the files of the locally compiled packages
> and it is stubborn to expect the alpine distributed shorewall
> question is
> what went wrong ??
I believe apk needs to find the packages at boot, they need to be in a
repository listed in /etc/apk/repositories in other words.
> Is my world file OK or a mess??
> Can it be fixed??
Create a repository for your locally built packages. For example:
copy them to /media/usb/myrepo/x86/
cd /media/usb/myrepo/x86 && apk index -o APKINDEX.tar.gz *.apk
Make sure that the .pub key is in /etc/apk/keys.
> is it a signature issue ???
> are signatures loaded before packages ???
The signatures are embedded in the .apk.
Received on Tue Nov 12 2013 - 09:55:59 GMT