Jul 17, 2019 · It is not always advisable to add custom and third-party repositories in the '/etc/apt/sources.list' file. Instead you can create a file under the '/etc/apt/sources.list.d' directory. For example, to install docker-ce on Debian 10 Buster from it's upstream repository, you'll do the following: $ sudo vim /etc/apt/sources.list. Add the content:

Jan 15, 2011 debian squeeze after end-of-life - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange I need to install from scratch a debian 6 squeeze on a computer (well, actually a few of them). 2 weeks ago (Feb 29) debian 6 squeeze reached end-of-life status. I tried to modify the default /etc/apt/sources.lists file trying to point to the new dists folder structure, without success. HowTo upgrade from Debian Lenny to Squeeze · MD/Blog

Nov 05, 2012 · The alternative to using Debian unstable involves using the Deluge Launchpad PPA for Ubuntu Maverick as the release is old enough to not get any unmet dependencies when installed on Squeeze. This method does not work for Lenny as it depends on a package that doesn't exist, see Installing Lenny. Add PPA to your /etc/apt/sources.list:

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Here, the Contrib and Non-Free repositories have been enabled for Debian 6, also known as "Squeeze". If you are running a different version of Debian, simply change 'squeeze' for the appropriate version name. For further information about Debian's packaging system, please consult the official documentation, available at the following link: http

Sources List Generator for Debian. It features the official Debian repositories as well as other 3rd party repos.