I'm trying to install openssi 1.9.1 on debian...
When I do 'apt-get dist-upgrade' after adding the necessary lines to my
sources.list, I get the necessary packets (upgrades and downgrades) at
an extremely low speed. Something like 500B/sec... And I often loose
Err http://www.openssi.org ./ dpkg 1.10.23.ssi1
Error reading from server - read (104 Connection reset by peer)
Because I'm pretty sure my connection is fine (everything else works,
even at high load), I think there might be a problem with the server.
Can someone confirm the problems with the server, or give me a
work-around? Are there other servers/mirrors? The French one doesn't
provide the packets anymore... Should I try another version?
Hope I can experiment fast with my OpenSSI cluster! :-)
From: Ivan Krstic <krstic@fa...> - 2005-12-15 16:44:51
Ruben Omez wrote:
> When I do =91apt-get dist-upgrade=92 after adding the necessary lines t=
> sources.list, I get the necessary packets (upgrades and downgrades) at
> an extremely low speed. Something like 500B/sec=85 And I often loose
You're using the wrong repository. For Debian packages of OpenSSI 1.9.1,
use the following:
deb http://deb.openssi.org/v2 ./
deb-src http://deb.openssi.org/v2 ./
Ivan Krstic <krstic@...> | 0x147C722D