[rabbitmq-discuss] My very unofficial bleeding-edge binary rabbitmq-universe repository (was Re: RabbitMQ 1.8.1 Stomp adaptor badmatch)

Tim Child tim at cantemo.com
Tue Aug 24 08:36:42 BST 2010

Yes, I saw that you had scripts for building different packages. Might give that a go in the future.



On 23 Aug 2010, at 20:59, Tony Garnock-Jones wrote:

> Tim Child wrote:
>> So now was is left to do is to install in a meaningful way on my Ubuntu
>> 10.04 LTS server, by that I mean, have a proper daemon running, with the binaries
>> on the path and have the STOMP server installed. I presume there is something in
>> rabbitmq-server/packaging I could use?
> If you don't mind using the extremely unofficial packages I've built for my own
> personal use (on and for a rackspace-cloud ubuntu machine), you could try adding
>  deb http://vapour.eighty-twenty.org/rabbitmq/repo/debian/ kitten main
> to your sources.list and running
>  apt-get install rabbitmq-server rabbitmq-plugin-rabbit-stomp
> The packages in the repo are built from the latest mercurial/git revisions of
> the various rabbitmq projects by http://github.com/tonyg/rabbitmq-universe
> every time I get around to making it check for updates. Which is every few
> days. I suppose I should cron it or something.
> The version numbers will look odd at first glance. I've tried to explain here:
> http://github.com/tonyg/rabbitmq-universe#readme
> Cheers,
>  Tony
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