This is Lube Mobile's repository for Debian. It contains packages used by Lube Mobile that are not part of the standard Debian distribution. Some of these packages are new, some are just copies of packages in unstable that haven't made it into a stable release, and some have been modified to suite Lube Mobile.
You are welcome to use what is here, free of charge, subject to the licences in the individual packages. You do so at your own risk. The packages come with no warranty or guarantee. In particular they almost certainly contain bugs, meaning that despite the authors best endeavours under some circumstances they will not behave in the way their documentation says. This could include crashing your computer, damaging your hardware, destroying your data, or allowing unauthorised access to your system.
Follow the links at the top of this page to browse the through the packages available. Each one has an automatically generated README that may help you decide whether it is useful.
Etch and later versions of Debian verify the packages you install have come from a trusted source. If you want to install packages here without tripping over that check and consequently getting "untrusted source" warnings you will have to tell your installation to trust this repository. To do that install the debian-lubemobile-keyring package.
If you want to use "apt" or its friends to download and
install these packages you must add lines like the ones
below to your
deb http://www.stuart.id.au/russell/files/debian/wheezy /
deb-src http://www.stuart.id.au/russell/files/debian/wheezy /
As of Wheezy, merely including those lines in your sources.list will not cause your packages to be automatically updated to newer versions in this repository. You must manually install them. Once you install them they will be automatically updated if I release a new version.
This works because the Release files include the undocumented
NotAutomatic and ButAutomaticUpgrades flags. Lenny
and prior releases do not implement this cherry picking feature,
so if you want to cherry pick only the packages you are interested in
(something I strongly recommend) you must use either pinning
(see man 5 apt_preferences) or include lines like the ones
sources.list for each package you want.
deb http://www.stuart.id.au/russell/files/debian/wheezy/cups-emailpdf /
deb-src http://www.stuart.id.au/russell/files/debian/wheezy/cups-emailpdf /
Russell Stuart, 2007-Sep-04. Email: email@example.com