APT Source


Although it is gradually becoming less popular as embedded solutions continue to gain acceptance and drop in price, Debian GNU/Linux has been running many critical parts of PersonalTelco since the very beginning. To make our lives with DebianLinux easier over the years, we've created several customized "packages" which neatly bundle bits of software to handle various tasks.


Currently, all packages are built and tested on Debian GNU/Linux version 4.0r0, aka 'etch'. Several of them will _not_ work on older versions.

These packages are accessible via an APT source, using the following line in /etc/apt/sources.list:

deb http://cornerstone.personaltelco.net/debian stable main

Source code is also available if you are so inclined:

deb-src http://cornerstone.personaltelco.net/debian stable main

You'll also need to add the PGP public key for the archive to the APT keyring on the system, with a command invocation something like this:

wget -O - http://cornerstone.personaltelco.net/debian/archive.asc | sudo apt-key add -

The primary ID of this public key is 69F5B902 and the full fingerprint is 6993 9950 BB66 6717 95CA  86C7 0249 1B41 69F5 B902. The key has also been signed by the author of the packages, KeeganQuinn. It is available from most keyservers as well, if you are more comfortable with that.


Listed in order of likely significance to the rest of the world.



DebianAptSource (last edited 2012-03-11 02:32:43 by RussellSenior)