IPS Repositories

OmniOS takes a layer cake approach to packaging. The core OS contains the packages needed to build the OS, plus a few small frills (more shells, tmux/screen, etc.). Users are encouraged to either create their own package repositories for additional software they want to run (and where they like it to be installed) or use repositories published by other users.

Maintainers of add-on repositories are encouraged to share their work with the community. If you wish to have your repository listed here, please get in touch in the Lobby.

Repos

URL Publisher Signed Build Scripts Notes
https://pkg.omniosce.org/r151022/core/ omnios yes r151022 Core OS components (stable)
https://pkg.omniosce.org/r151022/extra/ extra.omnios yes r151022 Additional packages (stable)
https://pkg.omniosce.org/bloody/core/ omnios no master Core OS components (unstable)
https://pkg.omniosce.org/bloody/extra/ extra.omnios no master Additional packages (unstable)

Unofficial Extras

URL Publisher Maintainer Build Scripts Notes
http://pkg.cs.umd.edu/ cs.umd.edu Sergey Ivanov    
http://pkg.omniti.com/omniti-ms/ ms.omniti.com OmniTI omniti-ms Non-core packages used in OmniTI’s managed services environments
http://pkg.omniti.com/omniti-perl/ perl.omniti.com OmniTI omnios-build-perl Perl module dists designed to work with omniti/runtime/perl
http://pkg.niksula.hut.fi/ niksula.hut.fi pkg@niksula.hut.fi https://github.com/niksula/omnios-build Signed packages; see the instructions
http://scott.mathematik.uni-ulm.de/ uulm.mawi Steffen Kram stefri/omnios-build  
http://sfe.opencsw.org/localhostomnios localhostomnios SFE Community https://sourceforge.net/p/pkgbuild/code/HEAD/tree/spec-files-extra/trunk/ Open for contribution
https://ips.qutic.com/ application qutic development https://github.com/jfqd/omnios-userland Userland packages; pull requests welcome
http://www.opencsw.org/ SysV packages OpenCSW https://sourceforge.net/p/gar/code/HEAD/tree/ A collection of SysV packages (i.e. for use with the old pkgadd(1M) command)

Note that ms.omniti.com and perl.omniti.com hold packages built specifically for OmniTI’s own use. While there is nothing secret or astonishing therein, non-OmniTI users may wish to see the template branch which may be used as the basis to build one’s own packages.