I have made this mount /var/cache/apt/archieves via NFS, all packages
downloaded will be shared .
I dont know if there are any problem doing it .
At 09:50 10/2/2001 -0800, you wrote:
I have a question - I have a dozen boxen that I am maintaining, all with
Debian ( almost all potato - one woody) I would like to save bandwidth and
centralize administration by utilizing one of the boxes as a apt-get
source. then I can apt-get update ; apt-get dist-upgrade ; done, on one
box, and save all the .deb's then use those .deb's for the other boxen
without actually mirroring the whole debian site.
I know it's configurable - I don't know how.
I read the man for sources.list, but I don't know how to set up the
webserver to understand the following;
deb www.mybox.org debian/ Packages
thanks in advance for any help,
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