brendan at jocson.eu
Thu May 11 10:16:46 UTC 2017
no you have to specify.
Following debian's hierarchy, arch is a subset of the superset that
comprises a release version (ie: 17.04 zesty has both x86/amd64
I have local mirrors here for both debian and ubuntu due to docker image CI
internally, which I specifically only mirror amd64 releases for both.
I feel like I just became mrObvious here in the list, so if you can
elaborate further for your use case perhaps we can help narrow down your
On 11 May 2017 at 12:50, UCY Library mirror <mirror at ucy.ac.cy> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> Not sure when I 'll get a reply from ubuntu mailing list, so I',m asking
> over here in case someone knows:
> Is mirroring part of the archive ubuntu repo an acceptable policy for a
> public mirror? amd64 specifically.
> Seems like the only way to "filter" by architecture is to use debmirror.
> Is there any way to avoid -d (distribution flag) in the command? What I
> mean by that is for it to pick up amd64 w/o specifying zesty, yakkety,
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Ubuntu-cy