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Update Install and Update Scripts to the new Paths and Repository links
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Authored by Leon95 on Aug 11 2021, 19:40.

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rPfd1922c7631b: Update Install and Update Scripts to the new Paths and Repository links
Summary

Set the Reposity links to actually install Phorge, Update Documentation links to the new Website.

Notes:

  • Github Mirrors are not set up. Use one anyway? Or just use the Repos at we.phorge.it?
  • Documentation Links still contain "phabricator". The Docs are changed, but the Diviner Books are not rebuilt. (Add a Cronjob or do it after every Commit?)
  • mysql-server is not included anymore in Debian environments. Should mariadb-server be used?
  • Should we print somewhere that Phorge is a Fork of Phabricator?
Test Plan

Run the install script.
It should install Phorge and display Links to we.phore.it

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Owners added a reviewer: Restricted Owners Package.Aug 11 2021, 19:40
Leon95 requested review of this revision.Aug 11 2021, 19:40
Leon95 retitled this revision from Update install and update Scripts to the new paths and repository links to Update Install and Update Scripts to the new Paths and Repository links.Aug 11 2021, 19:45
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The ubuntu/rhel scripts have been removed in the upstream (https://secure.phabricator.com/D21678). We can probably avoid making changes to those files as they should go away once we merge in changes.

scripts/install/install_ubuntu.sh
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Could we pull the name/repo/url into variables at the top of the script?

  • Move Links and Names to Variables

This looks good to me.

I'm curious how often these scripts are used. I haven't used them for any of the installs I set up but I largely wasn't aware that they existed.

This revision is now accepted and ready to land.Aug 19 2021, 01:41

Thanks for submitting these changes!

In D25019#617, @speck wrote:

This looks good to me.

I'm curious how often these scripts are used. I haven't used them for any of the installs I set up but I largely wasn't aware that they existed.

Just for reference, I actually do use the update_phabricator.sh script for updating my machine. So at least that one is being used