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Keeping many Debian servers up to date with apt-proxy

It's been a while since we had a goodie from debian-administration.org – here's how to keep many Debian servers up to date with apt-proxy
You can also check their feed on our left column, but read about apt-proxy here.

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Maybe, like me, you've got more than one Debian box on your network – either at home or at work and you want to keep them up to date with apt but are on a slow link or metered bandwidth? If so, apt-proxy could be the answer for you.

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