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I've not tried myself the following commands, but they should work with none or minimal modification. How can I build a package from the development branch to install locally on my system ? Download branch $ bzr branch lp:~pmarchwiak/synapse-project/recoll-plugin Install dependencies $ sudo apt-get install devscripts equivs dh-autoreconf ...


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Depends on what you're trying to achieve. If you need a package to conveniently uninstall later, then checkinstall would be a good choice: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CheckInstall


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If you are creating a PPA on Launchpad, you must sign the Code of Conduct first. Taking the Launchpad 1.1.11 release notes as context, it looks like this is the only time you are required to sign the Code of Conduct to access Launchpad functionality. In other words, code hosting and project management does not require signing the CoC. Signing is generally ...


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In general, you will need to maintain (install, configure) a continuous integration system. With proper configuration, such system can pull from git(hub) periodically or on every commit, it can build and package the software, and it can push it to a ppa and update the ppa metadata. There are multiple CI systems, such as: jenkins - you need to install this ...


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You are missing the dependencies required to build your app, in the Build-Depends section of the debian/control file. Also, you should use sbuild or pbuilder to test local builds of your package, before uploading to a PPA on Launchpad, to ensure the package will build.


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The publickey is your public ssh key. The error is because it is trying to connect to the bzr server on Launchpad, using the ssh method. By default, it tries to connect using the same username as your local account, and will try to negotiate the session, using your existing ssh key. If you don't have an account on Launchpad, or someone else has an account ...


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You can use bzr cat, example : $ bzr cat lp:~ubuntu-clock-dev/ubuntu-clock-app/utopic-3.0/app/ubuntu-clock-app.qml > ubuntu-clock-app.qml To get a binary file : $ bzr cat lp:~ubuntu-art-pkg/ubuntu-themes/trunk/distributor-logo.png > distributor-logo.png To get the content of a folder, you can combine bzr ls -R and bzr cat to replicate the ...



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