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Covers the typical Repose setup — a Valve installation (i.e., standalone application) running as a Linux service.
For instructions on starting Repose after setup, see: Running Valve.
For more information about the packages themselves, see: Packages.
# update package lists from the server and install any updates sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade -y # install potentially missing packages needed to install Repose sudo apt-get install -y wget # add openrepose.org repository wget -O - http://repo.openrepose.org/debian/pubkey.gpg | sudo apt-key add - sudo sh -c 'echo "deb http://repo.openrepose.org/debian stable main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/openrepose.list' sudo apt-get update # install Repose sudo apt-get install -y repose-valve repose-filter-bundle repose-extensions-filter-bundle
# update package lists from the server sudo yum update -y # install potentially missing packages needed to install Repose sudo yum install -y wget # Add the RPMForge/RepoForge repository to your system using the instructions located at: # - http://repoforge.org/use/ sudo yum install -y daemonize # add openrepose.org repository sudo wget -O /etc/yum.repos.d/openrepose.repo http://repo.openrepose.org/el/openrepose.repo # install Repose sudo yum install -y repose-valve repose-filter-bundle repose-extensions-filter-bundle
Native packages are not yet provided for all operating systems.
To install Repose Valve on systems that do not support Repose packages, see: Manual
This installation method is not recommended unless necessary. This method does not verify or modify the environment to accommodate Repose.
If you want to manually download the application archives, they are available in our Nexus Repository. The primary archives are: