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How can I make pbuilder use my apt-cacher-ng instance?
I have a apt-cacher-ng server on my LAN network, and I was wondering how I could "force" pbuilder to use it (to speed up package builds). Typical setup client-side of the cache goes something like ...
Jan 17 '12 at 13:36
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