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Repository Proxy

Repo-proxy is a package repository proxy. When a package manager is configured to use repo-proxy, all package requests will be copied and stored in a local cache directory for future use. If you have more than one machine on a local network, they can all share the same package download cache, saving bandwidth and lengthy download times. Repo-proxy can be run using several different methods to accept requests from clients (package managers such as apt-get or smart) for Release and/or Package files.

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Recent releases

  •  19 Oct 2007 20:49

    Release Notes: Skip_check has been fixed. Repository updates are no longer ignored with the default setting. Default logging was changed to syslog from stdout (testing).

    •  19 Oct 2007 10:21

      No changes have been submitted for this release.


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