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Many repository directories are organized as dists, pool etc. And anyone can simply edit sources.list file in order to add new repo.

I need to add an extraordinarily structured repo like this.

How can I add this repo without supplying any release and repo name?

(It seems that, according to given answer, adding / at the end works, instead of release name repo name)

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From official documentation we can use the following method:

2.3.3 Install on Debian based Linux Distributions

Debian / Ubuntu

Bareos Version >= 15.2.0 requires the Jansson library package. On Ubuntu is it available in Ubuntu Universe. In Debian, is it included in the main repository.

# 
# define parameter 
# 

DIST=Debian_9.0 
# or 
# DIST=Debian_8.0 
# DIST=xUbuntu_16.04 
# DIST=xUbuntu_14.04 
# DIST=xUbuntu_12.04 

RELEASE=release/17.2/ 
# or 
# RELEASE=release/latest/ 
# RELEASE=experimental/nightly/ 

URL=http://download.bareos.org/bareos/$RELEASE/$DIST 

# add the Bareos repository 
printf "deb $URL /\n" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/bareos.list 

# add package key 
wget -q $URL/Release.key -O- | apt-key add - 

# install Bareos packages 
apt-get update 
apt-get install bareos bareos-database-postgresql

Mentioned Jansson library is packaged on Ubuntu.

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