apt-proxy is a simple script to build up a Debian HTTP mirror based on requests which pass through the proxy. It's great for multiple Debian machines behind a slow link.
|Tags||Internet Proxy Servers Software Distribution Tools Installation/Setup|
Release Notes: Support for HTTP/FTP backends was added, and there is a new script, apt-proxy-import, for importing existing .debs into apt-proxy's cache.
Release Notes: More efficient updating of package files for HTTP/FTP, and fixes for two lockfile problems.
Release Notes: Support for HTTP/FTP backends, and a new script (apt-proxy-import) to import existing .debs into the apt-proxy archive.
Release Notes: This release adds support for apt-file. It is installable on Debian Potato again. Older cache file versions could be purged later than configured. There are minor packaging fixes.
Release Notes: More advanced cache management with MAX_VERSIONS and file corruption detection, new log and config file command line options, bugfixes to streaming code and cache management, out-of-the-box readiness (user, cache directory, and logfile are created during first installation), and documentation updates.