Moving to packages.grafana.com

Published: 5 Jan 2019 by Leonard Gram RSS

Moving to packages.grafana.com

Introduction

To make it even easier for you to get the debian and rpm packages you need we’re moving to our own repository.

The previous repository over at packagecloud will stop working on the 7th of January 2019 and you will have to update your configurations for updates to work.

Packages for arm

A lot of you run Grafana on Raspberry Pi or other arm-based devices, now you can finally get the packages directly from the repository just like everyone else. Both armv7 and arm64 are available. Just add the repository!

Usage

You will find everything you need to know in the documention.

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