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Reprepro maintains local software sources for installing and upgrading packages. It can automatically sync from a remote software source to a local one, so the local repository remains current.

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Local APT repository for specific packages [duplicate]

I'm trying to set up an APT repository on my local network that will work similar to apt-mirror except, I don't want to mirror an entire repository, I only want to serve specific packages of my ...
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reprepro No section given for 'galera', skipping

I'm trying to create a local repository using reprepro. Below are the steps and folder structure. I have created a directory name my_repo. Directory Structure: my_repo/ conf/ --> ...
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Split reprepro-generated debian repository

I'm using reprepro to manage my local repository. Now I'm planning to write the repo into 3 DVDs. Seems there is no option to split pool and indexes in reprepro... Any idea?
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key import with apt-add-repository and own repository possible?

Is it possible to use the public-gpg-key import feature of apt-add-repository with my own reprepro repository? Is there e.g. something like a default key server where apt-add-repository expects to ...
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How do I setup multiple suites in Reprepro?

I want a private apt repository for stable and unstable lucid packages. I keep getting an error when I try to include a debian. Multiple distributions with the common codename: 'lucid'! First was in ...
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How to find packages recently uploaded to the Ubuntu repository

I've recently used reprepro to set up a mirror of the official Ubuntu repository for one architecture and one release (Precise in this case). Please note how in conf/distributions I define one ...