Repository.

I have built a repository for Cobber using reprepro. The repository will be spilt into main, community/main community/contrib, and community/non-free.

If you know of a great 3rd party repository that you think would be beneficial to Cobber users let me know and I'll see if I can add it to Cobber's repository.

If you want to convert a standard Debian installation to Cobber please add the Cobber repositories to your sources list using this code. If you download a Cobber CD/DVD/USB image the sources.list will be set up already.

###### Cobber Repository #####
#deb http://packages.cobber-linux.org/cobber/ stable{year} main community/main community/contrib community/non-free
#deb http://packages.cobber-linux.org/cobber/ testing main community/main community/contrib community/non-free
#deb http://packages.cobber-linux.org/cobber/ unstable main community/main community/contrib community/non-free
#deb http://packages.cobber-linux.org/cobber/ experimental main community/main community/contrib community/non-free

Uncomment (remove the # from in front of) the line that you need for your version of Cobber.

Cobber Packages

You may be thinking, are there any Cobber specific packages available. The answer is yes there is and they are in the "main" component.

Below is a list of packages available in Cobber's repository. The first columm is the package name. The second columm is Cobber's current stable release. The third columm is Cobber's testing release. The forth columm is Cobbers unstable release. The last columm is the development repository.

You are welcome to contact me and make suggestions or to discuss how you can help make Cobber a stable and successful operating system.