Debian Repository

I have created my own debian repository, to be able to provide debian versions of my softs.

It is yet only available for Debian Stretch for both 32 and 64 bits (I have successfully tested it with a 64 bits Ubuntu 16.04-LTS install : let me know if it works with other distributions to).

Here are the steps to set it up on your system.

Repository url

The first thing you have to set up is the url of the repository.

But, as this repostory is using https as protocol, you must be sure that apt-transport-https is installed.

If all is ok, you just have to add the following lines to the /etc/apt/sources.list file:

deb stretch main
deb-src stretch main

Public key

The public key for this repository can be downloaded using this link.

It can then be added to your system's thrusted keys (probably using you favorite package manager).

This can also be done using command line with the following one (don't forget that this should be done in su mode):

wget -O- | apt-key add -

That's all : you can now perform a simple apt-get update and install one of the packages provided in this repository.

Here is what it gives:

debian repository
Adding the key and updating the database

As usual, don't forget to tell me about problems you could have with this.