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Mirroring Debian repositories using debmirror

This is a quick guide for those who want to keep a local repository of Debian packages in their machines/servers either for internal consumption or for setting up a public mirror for Debian (very much encouraged to do so).
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Copy the following bash/shell script lines to a file say, ‘mirror-debian.sh’ and set its executable bit suitably using chmod command (chmod +x mirror-debian.sh). Ofcourse, you need to install debmirror package as root/sudo using the command, apt-get install debmirror. You may install it using Synaptic package manager also.

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