faq
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The NuTyX ISOs install a base system which gives the user a choice between two scenarios in using the distribution: ...

scenario-A
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Scenario A

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scenario-A
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This scenario works perfectly if you want to do multiple NuTyX installations, and prefer the system to automatically carry out the entire installation on your behalf. ...

scenario-A
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In scenario A, the /etc/pkgmk.conf file is present but since you are not going to compile anything, it will not be used. ...

scenario-B
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Scenario B

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scenario-B
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Good advice when using Scenario B: avoid at all costs any attempt to compile any external/foreign builds/packages which will conflict with the NuTyX “base-collection”. ...

scenario-B
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If you really want to go ahead with something like this, you should choose Scenario C. ...

scenario-B
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The typical content of your /etc/cards.conf file for Scenario B: ...

scenario-B
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In this scenario, it is good to check some variables: ...

scenario-B
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In this scenario, I do not wish to manage dependencies automatically at compile time and so I do not need the .PKGREPO file .. . ...

scenario-B
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Here's what the /etc/pkgmk.conf file looks like for the Scenario B: ...

scenario-B
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If you are reading this, make sure you have completed all the manipulations for this exercise provided by the example using the scenario B. ...

scenario-C
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Scenario C

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scenario-C
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We at NuTyX warn you in advance, this Scenario is very time consuming. ...

scenario-C
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The typical contents of your /etc/cards.conf file for Scenario C: ...

scenario-C
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For this scenario, it is essential to check all the variables necessary for the proper functioning of the two pkgmk / cards commands: ...

scenario-C
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In this scenario, I will manage dependencies automatically at compile time and so I need the file .PKGREPO to be generated in the ports file. ...

scenario-C
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Here's is a posssible example of your /etc/pkgmk.conf for the Scenario C: ...

scenario-C
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If you are reading this, make sure you have completed all the configuration steps for this exercise provided by the example using Scenario C. ...

scenario-D
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Scenario D

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scenario-D
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This scenario is probably the longest to implement, but once everything is in place, personal packages can be added very quickly. ...

scenario-D
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The typical contents of your /etc/cards.conf file for the Scenario D: ...

scenario-D
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For this scenario, we will synchronize all binaries available on the NuTyX mirror and will stick to these versions. ...

scenario-D
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For this scenario, it is essential to check all the variables necessary for the proper functioning of the pkgmk and cards commands. ...

scenario-D
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In this scenario, I want to install my dependencies without compiling them locally. ...

scenario-D
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Here's what your /etc/pkgmk.conf file may look like for Scenario D: ...

scenario-D
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For this scenario, the commands to remember are: ...

scenario-E
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Scenario E

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scenario-E
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In this Scenario we will have 2 different working Scenario environments. ...

scenario-E
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The first, is Scenario A containing the original NuTyX platform, ...

scenario-E
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This scenario is the combination of TWO scenarios, ...

scenario-E
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one will be ... Scenario A ( Cool. ...

scenario-E
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The second scenario is that of your isolated environment, whre you create packages from Scenarios B, C and D, ...

scenario-E
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Some small benefits over the previous Scenarios: ...

scenario-E
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I chose scenario C for my chroot ...

scenario-E
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*** NuTyX chroot *** Scenario C *** ...

scenario-E
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As previously mentioned, Scenario A did not require the /etc/pkgmk.conf configuration file. ...

scenario-E
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*** NuTyX chroot *** Scenario C *** ...

scenario-E
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We can now build a package with some dependencies. ...

scenario-E
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In this scenario, (a little reminder is always good), these are the commands you will using within NuTyX: ...