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Re: APT Mirror WAS: Unidentified subject!

On Mar  6  9:31,  wrote:
> The catch comes when an apt repository just provides a sources.list line
> and nothing else.  No readable directories, no rsync, only Packages will
> give you an idea what is there.
> Has anyone know of a method for mirroring through apt?  I'm aware of
> apt-mirror, but I can't seem to get it to do a complete mirror that grabs
> everything and not just the distribution that I have in the sources.list.
> It also creates empty directories for all the architectures, regardless of
> whether they are actually used or not.

debmirror should do the job.  It's a perl script that mirrors what
ever sections/arch/dists you want by reading the Packages file.


Jason Chambers (chambersj@chambersj.dyndns.org)
Leicester, England

Registered Linux User #271693 (http://counter.li.org)

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