I want to upload .deb package from this solution to my launchpad repository, so that I could automate the process of installing specific packages for my laptop. A brief insight into the package contents showed that there are driver sources and installation script inside.
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Despite containing source code, any ".deb" qualifies as a "binary" package (making it less obvious that it can be uploaded as-is to launchpad).
By "decompile" I think you mean obtaining the files needed to produce the source packages (.dsc and .changes mainly) to upload to your PPA, so the package builds on the PPA.
You can't directly do this as the debian/control file included in the .deb contains only information pertaining the binary package, not the source package (the
However, if your systems are able to reach the PPA, there's no reason why they couldn't simply download and install the provided .deb file as-is, which is what I would suggest you do, assuming you're unable to just upgrade to Ubuntu 13.10 as others have mentioned.