Joerg Wendland <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: >> No. However, as a compromise you could place a sources.list.addons in >> /etc/apt/ and tell people about it. We could also spend a paragraph >> in the README or index.html to link against apt-get.org so people can >> search for packages there as well. > Why not apply a small patch against apt-setup and let the installing > user choose? A simpler approach could be a required package asking the > user (beneath an explanation of the risks) if she wants to use unofficial > sources. base-config package. Simply add a small shell script there that does the thing. Use of debconf, ask "Do you want some additional sources.list entries" and if yes simply insert them. (I changed base-config on the LT2002 CD. Its simply, the things in it are just numbered shell scripts using debconf. Well, the things important for this :) ). -- bye Joerg Die Dicke zum Spiegel: Spieglein, Spieglein an der Wand, wer ist die Schönste im ganzen Land? Der Spiegel: Geh doch mal weg, ich kann ja gar nichts sehen!
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