I’ve got a simple debian apt repository which looks like this:
|-- dists | `-- sarge | |-- contrib | | |-- binary-i386 | | `-- source | |-- main | | |-- binary-i386 | | `-- source | `-- non-free | |-- binary-i386 | `-- source `-- tmp
What’s the best way to setup this archive so I can upload packages to in, instead of having to scp them into the right location – then regenerate the package indexes, etc, manually?
mini-dinstall appears to only allow simple directory structures – not nested layouts like I have. Although I guess I could use creative symbolic links …
Update: – Looks like this intro to debarchiver answers my question.