The repository is hosted on apt.eossweden.org
First you need to make sure some packages are installed and that our
gpg key is added to
$ sudo apt-get install software-properties-common $ curl https://apt.eossweden.org/key 2> /dev/null | sudo apt-key add -
Then you can add one or more of your repositories:
The url is structures as follows:
https://apt.eossweden.org/<repository> <distribution> <component> [ <component1> ] [ <componentN> ]
distribution and one or more
components needs to be specified. These are explained below.
Here is a list of different repositories we provide.
|Main||bionic, eoan||Releases of Sw/eden own software.|
|EOSIO||bionic, eoan||EOS related software|
|BOS||bionic||BOS Chain port of EOSIO and related software.|
|DAOBET||bionic||DAOBET Chain port of EOSIO and related software.|
|WAX||bionic||WAX Chain port of EOSIO and related software.|
|UOS||bionic||UOS Chain port of EOSIO and related software.|
|FIO||bionic||Software for the FIO network|
Each repository is divided into one or more distributions that contains packages specific for each ubuntu version.
You can run
lsb_release -cr to see what ubuntu version you are running on.
Here is a list of supported distributions:
NOTE: Not all repositories have all distributions. check the links in the repository table to see what distributions are available for each repository.
Each repository/distribution pair has 3 different components described below.
|stable||Releases that are properly tested and does not contain any experimental code|
|edge||Development releases that may or may not work as expected. Do not use in production environment|
|testing||Testing releases, everything ends up here first to be tested before being moved to
To add the
eosio repository on a ubuntu 18.04
bionic system the following command will do:
To add both
stable components for the
Same as previous example, but we are on a ubuntu 19.10