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Note: If you have lost and want to recreate your /etc/apt/sources.list file, please use the Ubuntu Source Generator, with the appropriate choices. Warning: any custom repositories you added to your old sources.list (but not PPAs) will be lost.

Where can the original /etc/apt/sources.list be found?

I know some forum posts and third party sites pasting it's contents, but what is the official source for this file?

It must be somewhere on ubuntu.com?

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up vote 7 down vote accepted

It is generated by the installer.

If you use Ubiquity (the live one), you can see how in launchpad.

I didn't dig for the classic installer, debian-installer.

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