|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] GNU Radio on Air Gapped Computer|
|Date:||Wed, 29 Apr 2015 11:26:44 -0700|
1) depends. Many of the things that pybombs does actually consist of calling your distro's package manager. So if you can do that with a DVD source, you're set (I remember this being relatively easy on debian, with a DVD actually being a remote just like debian's repo servers are); for the things you build from source: well, you can always just edit all recipes involved and change the URLs to something locally served, I guess :)
2) That's easier. Use "pybombs package", and you get a tar.gz of your prefix. again, this will only include things that are not installed by using your distro's package manager.
On 04/29/2015 07:27 PM, Richard Bell wrote:
Richv/r,I originally installed GNU Radio on this computer when it was networked via pybombs. Since then, the computer has become air gapped (no internet connection allowed). I need to update the install to the latest versions of UHD and GNU Radio. Two questions:2) Should I forget the original pybombs install and start over with a dvd containing all files needed to install the latest version. If so, how do I make this dvd?
1) Is there a way that would allow me to use pybombs to update from a dvd? If so, how would I create this dvd and then point pybombs to it?
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