Adding in a gpg package for chimera linux. The below may not work for you at all. add in this file: /etc/apk/repositories.d/02-repo-gpg.list with this content: https://notabug.org/jbranso/cports/packages/contrib
|Joshua Branson 93a9cb2ef9 contrib/gnupg/template.py: made configure use gmake.||8 months ago|
|contrib||8 months ago|
|etc||8 months ago|
|experimental||9 months ago|
|main||8 months ago|
|non-free||2 years ago|
|src||8 months ago|
|.gitignore||10 months ago|
|CONTRIBUTING.md||2 years ago|
|COPYING.md||2 years ago|
|Packaging.md||8 months ago|
|README.md||1 year ago|
|Usage.md||8 months ago|
|cbuild||9 months ago|
Cports is a collection of source package ports for Chimera. The system has been written specifically for the distribution using the Python scripting language.
The system is largely inspired by
xbps-src from Void Linux, but should not be
considered a variant of it, nor it should be expected that the options and
behaviors are the same.
There are two authoritative documents on the system:
Usage.mdis the reference for users. It covers usage of
cbuildand its basic and advanced options as well as concepts and requirements.
Packaging.mdis the reference manual for packagers. It covers the API of the system and guidelines for creating and modifying templates, but not usage.
Most people looking to get involved with the project should read both.
To get started, read
For instructions on how to bootstrap the system into a target root as well as some more advanced tooling for e.g. creation of actual images, check out the chimera-live repository.