I once set-up a kind of replication server for .deb packages on Ubuntu. This allowed us in the company to upgrade our Ubuntu systems from a local server that had the latest repository packages.
I don’t remember if it only downloaded packages form the internet when a local system requested for the particular package to install.
Now at home I have 3 systems running Antergos. I have bandwidth limitation by provider.
On average I have quite some bandwidth to download if I want to keep my systems up-to-date.
So I was wondering if there is a similar concept existing for Arch.
I would like to use my home desktop PC as a kind of proxy. It should only download the packages needed for the desktop PC or the other systems (a portable and a NAS server)
When the portable and NAS server need upgrades, they should point to the Desktop PC.
In this way I would like to reduce bandwidth.
Can anyone point me in the good direction, please?
I’ve been using Antergos for a couple of years now on my personal laptop. On this PC, English is the default language and only 1 user is configured.
Now I also installed Antergos on my family PC which has 5 users. My family speaks Dutch, but for practical reasons I would like to install English for my personal account.
When I open the “language & Regions” settings, Dutch is selected.
When I click on the list and start typing “en”, it says “no languages found”
I tried to look in pacman for gnome language packs, but couldn’t find any package…
On the internet I have been searching for gnome-shell language packs but couldn’t find any solution.
How can I set the language to English for my session only?
Many thanks in advance,