automated package list synchronization
pkgsync is a tool for keeping multiple machines reasonably similar and
clean. Packages can either be in a `must be installed', `may be
installed' or `must not be installed' list (which is presumed to be
distributed separately using a tool such as rdist or cfengine). pkgsync
will take care of meeting the demands put down in the lists, and then
removing everything that is not in the `must' or `may' list and is not
necessary for their operations (as determined by aptitude).
This file contains important information about how pkgsync works --
please at least skim it, or you will probably break your system quite
pkgsync is an automated tool to keep multiple Debian machines more or
less in sync with regard to what packages are installed, primarily based
on aptitude functionality. Every night (run from cron.daily), it scans
the system for
pkgsync (1.17) unstable; urgency=low
* pkgsync now uses aptitude globbing (--aptitude-glob) by default, which
will change the behavior of some wildcards. You must either update your
file lists, or explicitly give --dpkg-glob on the command line to get
the old behavior.
-- Steinar H. Gunderson <firstname.lastname@example.org> Tue, 17 Apr 2007 13:34:18 +0200
pkgsync - Automated package synchronization tool
pkgsync is a tool for keeping multiple machines reasonably
similar and clean. Packages can either be in a `must be
installed', `may be installed' or `must not be installed'
list (which i
pkgsync (1.22) unstable; urgency=high
* Deal with changes introduced in aptitude 0.6.1.4-1: Add '
pkgsync is Copyright 2004-2006 Steinar H. Gunderson <email@example.com>.
It is licensed under t
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