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Holiday planning by Debian packages

Par blog.bjrn.se
Le [2012-10-20] à 17:45:50



Présentation : Today I am facing a rather difficult decision. Should I travel to Lauterbrunnen for a week of BASE jumping or should I stay with my friends in Sweden for the last weekend of skydiving this season with the obligatory party , and try out my brand new wingsuit Facing this decision, I did what any rational human being would do I decided to ask the aptitude package manager for help in making this decision. Setting up a local Debian repository If you already have a local debian repository, you can skip this, otherwise it's useful to set one up. Install a web server of your choice I happened to be running lighttpd already and then install, for example, reprepro. I am not going to elaborate on this, here s a guide that may be useful Local Debian Repository. Creating a debian project A very simple debian project consists of a debian debian directory with the 3 files control , rules and changelog , so let's create this. bjorn terra src mkdir -p decision-example debian bjorn terra src cd decision-example bjorn terra src decision-example touch debian control bjorn terra src decision-example cat debian rules create this usr bin make -f pourcents dh bjorn terra src decision-example chmod x debian rules bjorn terra src decision-example cat debian changelog create this decision-example 0.0.0 unstable urgency low Initial release. Closes XXXXXX -- Björn Edström Sat, 20 Oct 2012 11 37 03 0200 While optional, I am also going to create the compat file because it will supress a bunch of warnings when building the package. bjorn terra src decision-example cat debian compat create this 7 The interesting file is the control file, which specifies one or more debian packages to be built. Just to get this out of the way, we are going to add a source package on top, and a single package representing the decision to go skydiving this package is called gryttjom becayse my home dropzone is a place called Gryttjom which is north of Stockholm in Sweden Source decision-example Section devel Priority optional Maintainer Root Key Build-Depends debhelper 7 Standards-Version 3.8.4 Package decision-gryttjom Architecture amd64 Description Go to gryttjom Having set this up, we can now build our package s bjorn terra src decision-example debuild -d -us -uc Essentially that means to build binary non-source , ignore dependencies when building, and not signing the package. If successful this will create a bunch of files in the parent directory. Let's publish this package to our debian repository bjorn terra src dput -f -u decision decision-example_0.0.0_amd64.changes Uploading to decision via local to localhost Successfully uploaded packages. bjorn terra src sudo usr bin reprepro -b var www debian processincoming decision Exporting indices... Given that you have configured your etc apt sources correctly that package will now be available after an aptitude update bjorn terra aptitude search decision p decision-gryttjom - Go to gryttjom Because we are going to create a bunch of packages from now on, let us create a build script bjorn terra src cat . decision-example publish.sh bin bash sudo rm -r var www debian pool,db,dists lazy way to delete previous, only do this if you don't have other packages dput -f -u decision decision-example_0.0.0_amd64.changes sudo usr bin reprepro -b var www debian processincoming decision sudo aptitude update Decisions and dependencies Aptitude, which is a package manager for debian, has a rather advanced dependency resolver. Specifically, you can use the keywords Depends , Conflicts , Suggests , Enhances , Recommends and a bunch of other to specify relations between packages. This is what we are going to use to make our decision. On one level, we can specify our problem as go to gryttjom or go to the alps . So let's create two packages for each option. Package decision-gryttjom Provides decision-root Priority standard Conflicts decision-alps Architecture amd64 Description Go to gryttjom Package decision-alps Provides decision-root Priority standard Conflicts decision-gryttjom Architecture amd64 Description Stay in the alps Let us build these packages debuild step and publish using the build script . Now we have bjorn terra aptitude search decision p decision-alps - Stay in the alps p decision-gryttjom - Go to gryttjom v decision-root - We have now codified a decision problem as shown bjorn terra sudo aptitude install decision-root ... decision-root is a virtual package provided by decision-gryttjom decision-alps You must choose one to install. bjorn terra sudo aptitude install --schedule-only decision-gryttjom decision-alps bjorn terra sudo aptitude install we scheduled above and execute here to avoid installing the default ... The following packages are BROKEN decision-alps decision-gryttjom 0 packages upgraded, 2 newly installed, 0 to remove and 1 not upgraded. Need to get 1,966B of archives. After unpacking 57.3kB will be used. The following packages have unmet dependencies decision-alps Conflicts decision-gryttjom but 0.0.0 is to be installed. decision-gryttjom Conflicts decision-alps but 0.0.0 is to be installed. The following actions will resolve these dependencies Keep the following packages at their current version decision-alps Not Installed Score is 117 Accept this solution Y n q n The following actions will resolve these dependencies Keep the following packages at their current version decision-gryttjom Not Installed Score is 117 Accept this solution Y n q What we have done is we have created two packages and a root virtual package and specified a relationship between them. Using the excellent debtree utility we can visualize this as follows bjorn terra src debtree -R -S decision-alps dot -T png decision-example img debtree1.png Above is the dependency graph centered on the decision to go to the Alps. The root decision shows the two options alps or gryttjom, while the red arrow shows a conflict. Adding data points, additional decisions The decision I am making is heavily influenced by weather forecasts. Furthermore, if I go to the Alps I a have the option to either stay in Lauterbrunnen or travel to Mt Brento in Italy to meet up with a friend. So lets create some data points and sub decisions Package decision-gryttjom Provides decision-root Priority standard Conflicts decision-alps Architecture amd64 Description Go to gryttjom Package decision-alps Provides decision-root Priority standard Conflicts decision-gryttjom Suggests decision-alps-brento, data-good-weather-alps Architecture amd64 Description Stay in the alps Package decision-alps-brento Depends decision-alps Architecture amd64 Description Go to brento Package data-good-weather-alps Architecture amd64 Enhances decision-alps Description Good weather in the alps Package data-bad-weather-gryttjom Architecture amd64 Enhances decision-alps Recommends decision-alps Description Bad weather at home Here I have basically set up a bunch of hints or indications that if the weather forecast for Sweden looks bad then that leans towards going to the Alps. Building and publishing gives us bjorn terra aptitude search decision p decision-alps - Stay in the alps p decision-alps-brento - Go to brento p decision-gryttjom - Go to gryttjom v decision-root - bjorn terra aptitude search data- egrep 'alpsgryttjom' p data-bad-weather-gryttjom - Bad weather at home p data-good-weather-alps - Good weather in the alps Now, let's say the forecast says it seems to be bad weather in Sweden. Let's see what aptitude says bjorn terra sudo aptitude install --schedule-only decision-gryttjom decision-alps data-bad-weather-gryttjom bjorn terra sudo aptitude install ... The following packages are BROKEN decision-alps decision-gryttjom The following NEW packages will be installed data-bad-weather-gryttjom 0 packages upgraded, 3 newly installed, 0 to remove and 1 not upgraded. Need to get 3,010B of archives. After unpacking 86.0kB will be used. The following packages have unmet dependencies decision-alps Conflicts decision-gryttjom but 0.0.0 is to be installed. decision-gryttjom Conflicts decision-alps but 0.0.0 is to be installed. The following actions will resolve these dependencies Keep the following packages at their current version decision-gryttjom Not Installed Score is 117 Accept this solution Y n q n The following actions will resolve these dependencies Keep the following packages at their current version decision-alps Not Installed Leave the following dependencies unresolved data-bad-weather-gryttjom recommends decision-alps Score is -83 As can be seen, given the simple dependencies we have set up shows that aptitude prefers BASE jumping if the weather is bad in Sweden. Conclusion To not make this article too long and tedious, I will stop here and not add more data points. However, by using Debian packaging Suggest , Ehances and Recommends on some other data points cost travel overhead of getting to Brento, if my cold develops further, how much money I have etc you can actually get something useful. As the number of data points increase it is not immediately obvious as it is in the example above what to do, and aptitude actually gives some suggestions. Of course, I do not recommend anyone to base their life on what a Linux package manager says, and for that reason this article is a little bit tounge-in-cheek, and I realize this article is also the result of some procrastination on my part. However, actually formalizing the data points and relations between decisions helped me out, and when I have the data points I have formalized travel costs, weather forecasts etc will give aptitude a spin and hear it out. Cheers, Björn

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