apt repository

For easy installation of the tools available at ntworks.net, Debian users (and maybe users of distributions based on Debian) may use their favorite package manager to install, update and remove the software.


To use this repository, add the following lines to your /etc/apt/sources.list file or save them in a new file in the /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ directory (the file name must also end in .sources.list, for example /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ntworks.sources.list - download this file): # ntworks.net repository:
deb http://apt.ntworks.net/ unstable main
deb-src http://apt.ntworks.net/ unstable main
Then import my GPG key into APT's list of trusted keys. You may search on a key server and download it or use the command line to add it to the list: ~# gpg --keyserver hkp://subkeys.pgp.net --recv-keys D897DCF2
~# gpg --export D897DCF2 | apt-key add -
Or download it from this site and add it to the list: ~# wget -O - http://ntworks.net/files/debian-ntworks.net.key | apt-key add - (The fingerprint of the key is 8217 94D7 2EFA C2CE 84DA F065 9CD1 8138 D897 DCF2.)

Now all you need to do is to update the package list, for example: ~# aptitude update You should now be able to use your package management tool to install all tools from this site (well, except the Windows one). Source packages are also available.


Though the packages are built for the unstable release («Sid»), they should also work on the oldstableEtch»), the stableLenny») and the testingSqueeze») releases of Debian. If something doesn't work as expected, feel free to send me a mail.

Most tools available on this site are scripts, they should be architecture independent. The repository contains packages for the i386 and amd64 architectures, tell me if you want another one to be included.

The repository was created using reprepro on a Debian Etch system, this is the same system the packages were created on. (New packages will be built on a Lenny system, of course.)

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