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How to set up your own local Ubuntu repositories with apt-mirror

If you’ve got a little bit of bandwidth and a bunch of Ubuntu machines to update, it’s almost a no brainer to set up your own local ubuntu repositories.
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I’ve got my own repositories set up and it makes for an incredibly fast install of a new system and updates for existing systems.

What you’ll need is a high speed connection and about 40GB of disk space on a current Ubuntu install. I’ve got my repositories on an older machine runing Ubuntu 6.06. The mirrors are for Edgy.

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