1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 12, 2014 3:39 PM by Mark Mayer

    Different repository for older releases of RhoConnect

    Mark Mayer

      Is there a different repository other than "main" so I may deploy older releases of RhoConnect that run on Ubuntu?   When I add my sources list entry I add:

       

      deb http://rhoconnect.s3.amazonaws.com/packages/deb rhoconnect main

                                                                                             ^               ^

                                                                                          package    repository name

       

      When I query which versions of the package are available via:

      apt-cache policy rhoconnect

                                                               

       

      I get back:

      uhsmobile@RHO4QUA:~$ apt-cache policy rhoconnect

      rhoconnect:

        Installed: (none)

        Candidate: 1:5.0.0

        Version table:

           1:5.0.0 0

              500 http://rhoconnect.s3.amazonaws.com/packages/deb/ rhoconnect/main amd64 Packages

       

                                 

       

      I'd just wget the aws instance but Amazon is 403ing me

        • Re: Different repository for older releases of RhoConnect
          Mark Mayer

          My zendesk ticket:

           

          https://developer.motorolasolutions.com/thread/29483

          I'd like to know if there's a different repository available to deploy older versions of RhoConnect. For example when I follow the Motorola deployment document and add:

          deb http://rhoconnect.s3.amazonaws.com/packages/deb rhoconnect main

          to /etc/apt/sources.list

          The only version of RhoConnect available for download is the currently released version i.e. 5.0.0

          My goal is to issue version commands via apt-get i.e.:

          sudo apt-get install rhoconnect=4.1.0

           

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          Daniel Hummel 

          Rhomobile Support

           

           

          • I'm having my RhoConnect developer give me a separate download location for the 4.1 debian package.
          August 12, 2014 14:39

           

           

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          Mark Mayer 

           

          • Could Moto just publish a new apt frendly repo with all the Debian versions in it? I could query the deb package versions via: 

            apt-cache policy rhoconnect

            Publishing 4.1.0 is a huge help but I know of others who require older versions other than 4.1.0. Just trying to keep the dev to QA to production process solid as possible.

            Thank you for your assistance Daniel

          August 12, 2014 14:45

           

           

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          Daniel Hummel 

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          August 12, 2014 14:49

           

           

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          Mark Mayer 

           

          • Giving it a shot now, I'll publish my results soon.
          August 12, 2014 15:17

           

           

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          Mark Mayer 

          It verks, It verks!!! Process I used on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS x64:

          wget https://s3.amazonaws.com/rhoconnect/packages/deb/rhoconnect_4.1.0_all.deb

          sudo dpkg -i rhoconnect_4.1.0_all.deb (it complained about dependencies)

          sudo apt-get install -y make build-essential libc6-dev autoconf automake libtool zlib1g-dev libssl-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev libreadline6-dev libyaml-dev libxml2-dev libpcre3-dev git (complained about broken links in sources.list)

          sudo apt-get update

          sudo apt-get -f install