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I have built and signed a package which I now wish to upload to my launchpad team with dput, but every time that I try to upload it I get this email:

Rejected:
Source/binary (i.e. mixed) uploads are not allowed.



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If you don't understand why your files were rejected please send an email
to launchpad-users@lists.launchpad.net for help (requires membership).

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https://launchpad.net/~*****/+archive/ubuntu/*****
You are receiving this email because you are the uploader of the above
PPA package.

I have tried to configure my .dput.cf file (the config file for dput) with:

[secretiveppc]
fqdn = ppa.launchpad.net
method = ftp
incoming = ~*****/+archive/ubuntu/*****
login = *****
allow_unsigned_uploads = 0

But it still is not letting me upload my .changes file with:

dput -ppa:*****/***** anti-sr_1.0-1~trusty_amd64.changes

To my launchpad team PPA, I am guessing that this is because only team members are allowed to upload packages to the team's PPA, but I am a member of the team, so how do I make sure it knows that? Is there some config file where I have to put my username and password or something? Or...? (I have replaced any information I do not wish to provide with *****.)

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If you received an email with Approved or Rejected, then you've uploaded your package successfully.

But, in this case, after the upload the package was rejected with the message Source/binary (i.e. mixed) uploads are not allowed.

I.e., you need to build a source package only.

In order to achieve that, create your package with debuild -S.

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