Re: Debian's problems, Debian's future
> > > I'd suggest using diffs, as this brings the best results and is the
> [diffs for Packages files that is]
> > wooo!!!
> > http://people.debian.org/~dancer/Packages-for-main-i386/
> > # Time for suggesting is up, please implement.
> Indeed, it appears it has been implemented more than once.
> (I use apt-pupdate all the time now, it works for me (tm))
Sorry, diffs are simply silly! Use rsync with the uncompressed Packages
file and diffs aren't necessary. Or use a packer which doesn't hinder
rsync from saving (gzip --rsyncable).
If you really care about bandwide, build a local mirror with my download
script (option -A) and see that apt accesses the local mirror first when
updating. I dare to assert that this is currently by far the best
solution for saving bandwide.
Author of "Debian partial mirror synch script"
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