I have a personal repository setup using
reprepro. Everything works allright.
apt-get update reads the package list from the repository and I can install packages from the repository. A few annoying error messages are printed though and I can't figure out how to resolve them (domain name removed):
Get:1 http://xxxxxx/packages/ maverick/multiverse Translation-en [3,401B] 99% [1 Translation-en bzip2 0B] [Waiting for headers] [Waiting for headers]bzip2: (stdin) is not a bzip2 file. Ign http://xxxxxx/packages/ maverick/multiverse Translation-en Get:4 http://xxxxxx maverick Release [1,243B] 60% [3 Translation-en_US bzip2 0B] [4 Release gpgv 1,243B]bzip2: (stdin) is not a bzip2 file.
Is this a problem with the way the repository is setup using
reprepro or is this a local
These are the releavant parts of the reprepro distributions file:
Suite: stable Codename: maverick Version: 10.10 Architectures: i386 SignWith: yes Components: multiverse DebIndices: Packages Release . .gz .bz2 UDebIndices: Packages . .gz .bz2 DscIndices: Sources Release .gz .bz2 DebOverride: override.maverick UDebOverride: override.maverick DscOverride: override.maverick