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From this section you can figure out where you can find useful things when you are using Zorp
The official zorp-gpl can be downloaded from BalaBit Inc. Sometimes you can find a newer version in their ZorpOs debian repository than in their download page. If we are at it, debian users can use the following apt source line for the repository:
deb http://apt.balabit.hu/zorp-gpl-os 2.1 main zorp-common zorp-gpl zorp-os zorp-os-extra dev
The most up-to-date code is in the GNU arch archive. If you don't know how to use it, just install gnu arch (you may find it in the package called tla), and issue the command
tla register-archive mag@public http://firstname.lastname@example.org
After that do a
tla get mag@public/zorp--magtree
to get the "magtree" branch of package zorp. (This is the working version of my zorp debianisation.) To get a list of what you can find in the archive, do a
tla abrowse -A mag@public
For the convenience of cvs users, there is even an anonimous CVS repository at :pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/zorp-unoff. You can even browse it through viewcvs.
Be aware that the primary repository is the gnu arch archive, so the cvs repository may be lagging behind.
You can also find daily snapshots of the gun arch repository here.
Authoritative documentation: look at the source!
Please note that the python sources are thoroughly documented, which means that you can find plenty of information looking at /usr/share/zorp/pylib/Zorp (or wherever your install puts them). Even usage examples.
Examples HOWTOs and FAQ
If you have a question or some neat tricks to tell us, do not hesitate to ask or share them, by dropping a mail to me or the Zorp mailing list. If you like, you can file it as a bug report at the SourceForge bug tracker.
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