[PLUG] Debian "repository" on large USB stick?

Jason Barnett jason.barnett71 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 7 12:48:14 PST 2012


I know it's not the "proper" way to do it, but if you just want to get the
job done and figure out a better way later, just copy all the packages to
the root of the USB then mount it as /var/cache/apt/archives and you should
be good to go.

Of course, I am sure someone knows a better way, but sometimes the fastest
way is all that is needed.

- Jason

On Wed, Nov 7, 2012 at 8:49 AM, Richard Owlett <rowlett at cloud85.net> wrote:

> I've just read read the manpage of debmirror. It seems to
> hint there may be a simple solution to my problem.
>
> I *DO NOT* have good internet connectivity.
> I *DO* have the 8 DVD set of Debian 6.0.5.
> I want all of the deb files from the set on a 64GB flash
> drive in a format/structure acceptable to apt-get or synaptic.
>
> I'm currently wading through descriptions of the Debian
> repository to be able to do it manually. I suspect there may
> already be a suitable script.
>
> Pointers please. TIA
>
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