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Post subject: Apollo OS IPM and repository Posted: Mon 31 Jul 2017 20:38
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Is the repository set up?

will there be a gui for ipm?

Or IPM through cli / Amiga dos only?

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Post subject: Re: Apollo OS IPM and repository Posted: Sun 6 Aug 2017 21:26
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Location: London, UK
Hi all,
I've installed r42 of ApolloOS, and now r43 is out, I thought i'd give ipm a go.
ipm update seems to tell me that i'm on the current version?
ipm packages doesn't seem to indicate that there is anything new to download?

it's all a bit academic for me atm anyway, was having drive detection problems and went to re-seat the ribbon on the IDE port and found 3 pins snapped off my A600's board - buried in the 44pin ribbon connecter :(


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A500 + A600
Awaiting Vamps ;)
A1200x3, A3000, A4000, CD32

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Post subject: Re: Apollo OS IPM and repository Posted: Fri 18 Aug 2017 08:02
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Location: Kielce, Poland
Is there any repository with ApolloOS r43? If not , please write how to prepare update to use it from maintenance mode.

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Post subject: Re: Apollo OS IPM and repository Posted: Tue 31 Oct 2017 21:08
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I think IPM repo never went public... yet.


A600, V600 V2, A604n+Indi+RTC, CF 32Gb, WiFi
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