deb http://steve.org.uk/apt sarge ... deb-src http://steve.org.uk/apt sarge ...
Instead you should now use:
# # Steve Kemp's repository: Sarge # deb http://apt.steve.org.uk/sarge sarge main non-free contrib deb-src http://apt.steve.org.uk/sarge sarge main non-free contrib
# # Steve Kemp's repository: Etch # deb http://apt.steve.org.uk/etch etch main non-free contrib deb-src http://apt.steve.org.uk/etch etch main non-free contrib
This scheme should be more extensible and will be easier for me to maintain.
I've setup symlinks so that clients who don't update will still have something working - but I'd really rather you switched if you're using these repositories.
I've imported the Sarge repository fully, for AMD64/i386. I'll go through the Etch one shortly - I think most packages people care about are in the new release, the biggest package is xen-tools which has had several important/interesting/useful changes since the Etch freeze…
There are some custom packages that seem suprisingly popular, such as the steve-completion which will need to be imported for etch too - but I'll do those by the end of the week all being well.
BUG: if apt-get honoured HTTP redirects I'd not have to post this here and hope for the best …