Re: How to make your custom debian packages apt-gettable
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On Fri, 7 Sep 2001 21:12:00 +0200, Jens Ruehmkorf wrote:
> > I wrote a documentation "How to make your custom debian packages
> > apt-gettable".
> I think a mini-howto like yours is desirable, especially for new users, to
> better utilize their use of apt. Since your docs aim at the beginner, I
> would include some more specific examples, then it would indeed be
> valuable. So far it mentions not much more than in dpkg-scanpackages(8)
> and dpkg-scansources(8) ;) I think some debian-books/-guides explain the
> use of dpkg-scan... as well.
> Besides that you should post your Email as well to debian-doc. People
> there might better be able to answer any questions.
I have a custom package already uploaded to my web page,
but it seems to be a dangerous example.
Status: install ok installed
Maintainer: Oohara Yuuma <email@example.com>
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.1.2)
Description: mp3 encoder
This is an unofficial .deb package of gogo, a LAME-based
WARNING: Use only in Japan, or you will be involved in
A backported-to-potato package is better?
Oohara Yuuma <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Graduate-school of Science, Kyoto University
PGP Key http://www.interq.or.jp/libra/oohara/pub-key.txt
Key fingerprint = 6142 8D07 9C5B 159B C170 1F4A 40D6 F42E F464 A695
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