Maintain Debian packages in a package pool
apt-move is used to move a collection of Debian package files into a
proper archive hierarchy as is used in the official Debian archive. It
is intended as a tool to help manage the apt-get(8) file cache, but
could be configured to work with any collection of Debian packages.
Running apt-move periodically will assist in managing the resulting
partial mirror by optionally removing obsolete packages, and creating
valid local Packages.gz files. It can also build a partial or complete
local mirror of a Debian binary distribution (including an
``installed-packages only'' mirror).
apt-move for Debian
As of version 4.2 we now store packages in pools.
apt-move 4 differs drastically from previous versions. We no longer store
and use Package files in .apt-move. In its place, we use files similar to
the override files to keep track of available packages. These files are
generated from Packages (and Sources) files retrieved by apt. As a result of
apt-move - move cache of Debian packages into a mirror hier‐
apt-move [-c conffile] [-d dist] [-afqt] command
The apt-move script is used to move a collection of Debian
package files into a proper archive hierarchy of the form
apt-move (4.2.27-3) unstable; urgency=low
* QA upload
- fix_perl_implicit_split_deprecation.patch: Fix implicit split which was
deprecated in Perl long time ago and removed in 5.12 (closes: #692342)
-- Paul Gevers <email@example.com> Fri, 09 Nov 2012 10:41:39 +0100
apt-move (4.2.27-2) unstable; urgency=low
* QA upload.
* debian/source/format: Make 3.0 (qui
* Changed defaults in apt-move.conf to something a bit more
2006-12-06 Herbert Xu <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Release 4.2.27.
2006-12-06 Petr Vandrovec
This package was debianized by Gregory T. Norris <email@example.com> on
Fri, 20 Aug 1999 19:17:35 -05
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