Re: Okay, I give up. What do I put in apt-get's sources.list?
Erm there *may* be an issue there with the ~ character.
I don't know if its still the case, but you don't use ~, you use %7E to
generate the ~.
So the apt line would be:
deb http://www.sandalwood.net/%7Eterubou linux/deb/
Corey J. Popelier
On Sat, 18 Nov 2000, Colin Watson wrote:
> "Joe Emenaker" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >I want apt to be able to get to the goodies at:
> > http://www.sandalwood.net/~terubou/linux/deb/
> >What do I put in sources.list?
> deb http://www.sandalwood.net/~terubou linux/deb/
> ... seems to work. (The trailing slash is required if you want to
> specify an exact path rather than let apt construct the usual Debian
> archive organization. You also need to pick a point at which to divide
> the complete URL into URI and distribution - I've more or less
> arbitrarily chosen the point between ~terubou and linux to do this.)
> Colin Watson [email@example.com]
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