|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] GNU Radio on Air Gapped Computer|
|Date:||Wed, 29 Apr 2015 20:50:11 +0200|
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Well, if you installed into a prefix on the air gapped computer,
too, you'd just overwrite everything in there with the contents of
the archive. |
You must make absolutely sure that you bring all distro packages that are related in *any* way to the software you'll run to the same version that you've got on your online PC.
To be honest, this sounds like something you should ask the people that decide that and how you air gap your computer.
I think the only practical way to have both an immediately updateable and yet air-gapped PC is to keep your data as cleanly archivable and restorable as possible, and script your set up routines as far as possible. Whenever you need an update, you then make a backup of your work, flatten the air-gapped PC, use your scripts to set up the environment in an up-to-date state, and then air-gap and restore your work. Everything else is just asking for extra hours.
On 04/29/2015 08:26 PM, Richard Bell wrote:
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