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Comment:Fix install instruction
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SHA1: a6ebe6d705b253d8c1209184d368f128216f208f
User & Date: bernd 2019-05-15 13:07:53
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2019-05-15
13:34
Fix install instruction check-in: dd22455066 user: bernd tags: trunk, 0.8.8-20190516
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Fix install instruction check-in: a6ebe6d705 user: bernd tags: trunk
2019-05-13
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    sudo apt-get install apt-transport-https

Create a debian sources.list file pointing to the net2o repository,
and add my key to the trust db so that Debian can verify the packets,
update the repository data and install net2o, so enter:

    sudo su -
    cat >/etc/apt/sources.list.d/net2o.list <<EOF
    deb [arch=i386,amd64,armhf,armel,arm64,powerpc,mips.mipsel,all] https://net2o.de/debian testing main
    EOF
    wget -O - https://net2o.de/bernd@net2o.de-yubikey.pgp.asc | apt-key add -
    aptitude update
    aptitude install net2o-gui
    exit

Remove the architectures on the list above which you don't need; on
Debian testing, the list is not necessary, on older versions, the all
part is not searched if you don't have that list, then Gforth fails to
install the gforth-common part.






There are actually three repositories: stable, testing and unstable; at the
moment, all packages are the same; when net2o matures, stable/testing/unstable
will get different roles, just like Debian (stable=old and rusted, testing=new
and somewhat tested, unstable=most recent).  Binaries are available for amd64,
i386, armhf, arm64, powerpc, armel, mips, and mipsel (in order of how often
they get updated).  More depend on availability of Debian distributions that







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    sudo apt-get install apt-transport-https

Create a debian sources.list file pointing to the net2o repository,
and add my key to the trust db so that Debian can verify the packets,
update the repository data and install net2o, so enter:

    sudo -s
    cat >/etc/apt/sources.list.d/net2o.list <<EOF
    deb [arch=i386,amd64,armhf,armel,arm64,powerpc,mips,mipsel,all] https://net2o.de/debian testing main
    EOF





Remove the architectures on the list above which you don't need; on
Debian testing, the list is not necessary, on older versions, the all
part is not searched if you don't have that list, then Gforth fails to
install the gforth-common part.

    wget -O - https://net2o.de/bernd@net2o.de-yubikey.pgp.asc | apt-key add -
    apt update
    apt install net2o-gui
    exit

There are actually three repositories: stable, testing and unstable; at the
moment, all packages are the same; when net2o matures, stable/testing/unstable
will get different roles, just like Debian (stable=old and rusted, testing=new
and somewhat tested, unstable=most recent).  Binaries are available for amd64,
i386, armhf, arm64, powerpc, armel, mips, and mipsel (in order of how often
they get updated).  More depend on availability of Debian distributions that