Create A “.deb Package Repository” at Sourceforge.net Using “Reprepro” Tool in Ubuntu

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5 Responses

  1. Asril says:

    why in my distribution nor work. In step 2, when I export the key, it’s not work, It’s OutPut :
    # gpg –armor –export asrilmarhamah info@asrilos.tk >> /var/www/apt/key/deb.gpg.key
    gpg: WARNING: nothing exported
    whats wrong?
    Thanks before.

  2. jacque says:

    Once repository is uploaded to sourceforge, how do you add new packages to that repsitory ? or how do you sync new packages to that repository ?

    • jacque says:

      nvm, figured it out. However, sourceforge takes quite a long time to generate links for the files … much longer than they used to.

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  4. hello_world says:

    Thank you
    Great tutorial

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