Provided by: apt-mirror_0.4.8-5_all
apt-mirror - apt sources mirroring tool
A small and efficient tool that lets you mirror a part of or the whole Debian GNU/Linux distribution or any other apt sources. Main features: * It uses a config similar to apts sources.list * It's fully pool comply * It supports multithreaded downloading * It supports multiple architectures at the same time * It can automatically remove unneeded files * It works well on overloaded channel to internet * It never produces an inconsistent mirror including while mirroring * It works on all POSIX compliant systems with perl and wget
apt-mirror uses /etc/apt/mirror.list as a configuration file. By default it is tuned to official Debian or Ubuntu mirrors. Change it for your needs. After you setup the configuration file you may run as root: # su - apt-mirror -c apt-mirror Or uncomment line in /etc/cron.d/apt-mirror to enable daily mirror updates.
/etc/apt/mirror.list Main configuration file /etc/cron.d/apt-mirror Cron configuration template /var/spool/apt-mirror/mirror Mirror places here /var/spool/apt-mirror/skel Place for temporarily downloaded indexes /var/spool/apt-mirror/var Log files placed here. URLs and MD5 summs also here.
The mirror.list configuration supports many options, the file is well commented explinging each option. here are some sample mirror configuration lines showing the various supported ways : Normal: deb http://example.com/debian stable main contrib non-free Arch Specific: ( many other arch's are supported ) deb-powerpc http://example.com/debian stable main contrib non-free HTTP and FTP Auth or non-standard port: deb http://user:firstname.lastname@example.org:8080/debian stable main contrib non-free Source Mirroring: deb-src http://example.com/debian stable main contrib non-free
Dmitry N. Hramtsov <email@example.com>
Dmitry N. Hramtsov <firstname.lastname@example.org> Brandon Holtsclaw <email@example.com>