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- Latest Builds
If you require current master version of the Osmocom GSM related software, go have a look at the Nightly_Builds alternative. NOTE: USE NIGHTLY BUILDS ONLY FOR DEVELOPMENT/TESTING.
sysmocom has set up package builds for the latest version tag of the Osmocom GSM related software.
The packages are built for various Linux distributions, find the complete list at the OBS page: https://obs.osmocom.org/project/show/osmocom:latest
A nice status overview on the builds is available at https://obs.osmocom.org/project/monitor/osmocom:latest
Browse the published binary packages at: https://downloads.osmocom.org/packages/osmocom:/latest/
How to use the osmocom:latest builds¶
Debian based distributions¶
# apt install extrepo # extrepo enable osmocom-latest
Replace Debian_XX with your distribution name, as found here.
$ sudo su # OSMOCOM_REPO="https://downloads.osmocom.org/packages/osmocom:/latest/Debian_XX" # wget $OSMOCOM_REPO/Release.key # sha256sum Release.key 1d0e8f6e67b84b6262767596a183d585c9a26cba793bbc862eb16fa3762db4b7 Release.key # mv Release.key /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/osmocom-latest.asc # echo "deb [signed-by=/etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/osmocom-latest.asc] $OSMOCOM_REPO/ ./" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/osmocom-latest.list # apt-get update # exit
Raspberry Pi OS¶Follow the instructions above, and replace Debian_XX with:
- 64-bit: Debian_11
- 32-bit: Raspbian_11
This example is for Raspberry Pi OS 11, adjust the number accordingly.
RPM based distributions¶
Example for CentOS_8, adjust it as necessary for other distributions as found here.
$ sudo su # wget https://downloads.osmocom.org/packages/osmocom:/latest/CentOS_8/osmocom:latest.repo # sha256sum osmocom:latest.repo 0260628ff9ddd5b31df946be1f56a8245bdd951dfbfa57ccce8585596ba1a0e5 osmocom:latest.repo # mv osmocom:latest.repo /etc/yum.repos.d/ # exit
As soon as you try to install a package from the Osmocom repository (e.g.
dnf install osmo-hlr),
dnf will import the repositories GPG key as defined in the .repo file (repomd.xml.key), download the repository index and finally install the Osmocom packages.
If you want to make sure that osmocom packages are always preferred over your distribution's upstream packages with the same name, see Apt_Pinning
How are those builds created?¶
See OBS Maintenance.
Historical Archives / Older Packages¶
If you are interested in a historical archive of previous / older packages, you can find it at https://package-archive.osmocom.org/obs-mirror/ - it contains a daily mirror of the entire osmocom: OBS hierarchy, including the latest builds. The full URL e.g. for Raspbian 10 of April 22nd, 2021 would be https://package-archive.osmocom.org/obs-mirror/20210422-002301/latest/Raspbian_10/