An overview of which rpm based distributions, providing native apt
support can be found at:
- The (a) repository is located
More about apt at Conectiva can be found
- Macromedia offers its products (flash) via an apt repository.
The repository for most of the mainstream linux distributions can be found
- The repository is located here.
A description of apt usage in Poldek can be found
here. This description includes references to the sources.list
file as well.
Their homepage can be found
- A description of the apt repositories provided for OpenNMS can be
- Click here
if want to know which rpms are being provided for (e.g.) RedHat.
- A description of the apt repositories provided for postfix can be
- The page above refers to the sources.list file.
SLUG Linux User Group
- The SLUG Linux User Group provides apt mirrors for Macromedia.
More information can be found:
The page provides a short explanation about apt as well.
Have a look at the following frequently asked question:
Why does apt upgrade almost every installed
packages first. There is a dedicated
APT for SuSE website,
please read the information provided on that site!
- Gesellschaft fuer Wissenschaftliche Datenverarbeitung
Goettingen (GWDG, SuSE's primary mirror) provides an apt
repository for SuSE-7.3, SuSE-8.0 and SuSE-8.1at:
- Funktronics provides an apt repository for SuSE-8.0 and SuSE-8.1 at
the sources.list file for SuSE-8.1 can be found
- The university of Erlangen (Germany) provides apt repository from
7.1 up to and including 8.1. The starting point of the repository is:
repository can be connected via http as well. In that case use this:
An example SuSE 7.1 sources.list
file can be retrieved from the url just mentioned. For the other
versions just change the version number in the url.
- An exact mirror of the apt repository hosted by gwdg can be found at:
Yellow Dog Linux
- Have a look at Yellow Dog Linux (YDL)
Last modified: 23 Februari 2003