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Setting up Debian Proxy Cache server for .deb packages

Actually many people (just like me) want to setup Proxy Cache servers but they confuse the terms (or are not aware of) with setting up Debian Mirror
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Suppose you have multiple machines/computers running Debian Linux and you do experiment with them a lot like installing various .deb packages, tweaking some hardware, installing kernels, testing various hardware and then re-installing the system again and the cycle goes on and on. Now the problem with this is that every time you do a re-install you have to download the packages again on each machine.

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