Verified Commit d63c5944 authored by Marco Marinello's avatar Marco Marinello
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and you're ready to go. Boot from LAN a PC and you'll see the new "FUSS 9 to 10 in-place upgrade" option.
### Packages caching
Always on the FUSS Server, install the `squid-deb-proxy` package:
apt install -qq -y squid-deb-proxy
then add a few more repositories to be cached:
cat > /etc/squid-deb-proxy/mirror-dstdomain.acl.d/20-fuss <<EOF
systemctl reload squid-deb-proxy
finally, add the custom configuration for the proxy in FUSS nine-to-ten files:
cat > /srv/clonezilla/fuss-nine-to-ten/apt-custom-proxy.conf <<EOF
Acquire::http::proxy "http://SER.VE.R.IP:8000";
Acquire::https::proxy "http://SER.VE.R.IP:8000";
**IMPORTANT**: if you don't have 40GB of free space in the root of the server, make sure to edit the line
cache_dir aufs /var/cache/squid-deb-proxy 40000 16 256
in `/etc/squid-deb-proxy/squid-deb-proxy.conf`, replacing `40000` with an appropriate value.
### Launching from OctoNet / OctoFUSS Client
You can use the "Script" feature of OctoNet to trigger an update to a client. To do that,
just copy the content of the `` file into a new script and proceed as you would do normally.
`` is whitelisted from the proxy in Debian 10 but make sure it is also in your setup. You can simply
launch `wget -O -` on a client
and check the output to confirm it's working.
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