I have a private mini-dinstall based repository.
sources.list.d has an entry for it, like
I have installed
apt-transport-https and I can happily install packages in aptitude. That's good.
apt-cache policy does not list it. And I wonder why and how to debug this?
Update: This is on debian/stable, and as requested, here is the output for a package in the private repos:
# apt-cache policy elrond-tools elrond-tools: Installed: 1.0 Candidate: 1.0 Version table: 1.0 0 500 https://my.host/repos/ tools/ Packages *** 1.0 0 100 /var/lib/dpkg/status
Update 2: Okay, my confusion is increased now.
I have switched the URI to
http://10.*/ and suddenly it shows up. Then turned it back to the original
https URL. And now that one works too.
Luckily my old stuff was still in the scrollback, and double checking it did not reveal anything new (as in: I have not missed something in the first place).
So I am confused now.