(Migrated) Install issues about change the pypi server

(This message has been automatically imported from the retired mailing list)

In my environment ,the server can`t connect to the internet ,so I want to
download the packages or use my own pypi server,how can I do that . Thanks!

On 03/21/2014 07:41 AM, xiaobin lu wrote:

In my environment ,the server can`t connect to the internet ,so I want to
download the packages or use my own pypi server,how can I do that.

Hi there,

this is easy to achieve - when you download the archive and install
hotfixes or after you pull the code from GitHub you need to

  • Open the buildout.cfg file
  • Locate the find-links entry (at the top)
  • Add a link to your own package server

https://github.com/zatosource/zato/blob/master/code/buildout.cfg

For instance, by default it reads

find-links =
https://launchpad.net/inotifyx/dev
http://extlibs.zato.io/dependencies

But you can change it to

find-links =
https://launchpad.net/inotifyx/dev
http://extlibs.zato.io/dependencies
http://my.package.server.internal/pypi

And now this address will be used in addition to all the other ones when
you run install.sh.

You may also want to have a look at this binary RPM package which
contains all the dependencies bundled.

https://mailman-mail5.webfaction.com/pipermail/zato-discuss/2014-March/000287.html

By the way - a DEB is coming up soon too.

On 03/21/2014 07:41 AM, xiaobin lu wrote:

In my environment ,the server can`t connect to the internet ,so I want to
download the packages or use my own pypi server,how can I do that.

Hi there,

this is easy to achieve - when you download the archive and install
hotfixes or after you pull the code from GitHub you need to

  • Open the buildout.cfg file
  • Locate the find-links entry (at the top)
  • Add a link to your own package server

https://github.com/zatosource/zato/blob/master/code/buildout.cfg

For instance, by default it reads

find-links =
https://launchpad.net/inotifyx/dev
http://extlibs.zato.io/dependencies

But you can change it to

find-links =
https://launchpad.net/inotifyx/dev
http://extlibs.zato.io/dependencies
http://my.package.server.internal/pypi

And now this address will be used in addition to all the other ones when
you run install.sh.

You may also want to have a look at this binary RPM package which
contains all the dependencies bundled.

https://mailman-mail5.webfaction.com/pipermail/zato-discuss/2014-March/000287.html

By the way - a DEB is coming up soon too.