deb http://debian.holoscopio.com/sltv/ ./ deb-src http://debian.holoscopio.com/sltv/ ./
If I add manually these 2 lines to
/etc/apt/sources.list (or to a new file in
etc/apt/sources.list.d/) and then run apt-get update, I get an error message -- I'm not at work now, so I can't provide the exact error, but I can edit this post to include the message tomorrow.
I noticed the repository lines in the above example don't have the "main/stable/whatever" arguments. I'm not exactly sure what they mean. I'm guessing it's related to the distro release and to the machine architecture.
From what I see on other repositories and packages such as dropbox, the line
deb http://linux.dropbox.com/ubuntu karmic main are a reference to the
But on this particular repository of the first example, the
Packages.gz file is on the
sltv folder. I'm guessing this is the reason for the
./ in the repository line. And I'm guessing this being in the repository line is the reason for the error.
My questions are:
- Are my guesses wrong or correct?
- In either case, how to proceed?