I use Debians apt-mirror to create a local mirror.

Here's the entry in /etc/apt/mirror.list for getting lastest Debian 11 - that is 11.7.

deb http://ftp.at.debian.org/debian bullseye main

What to do when I need a specific minor version (e.g. 11.1) of bookworm? How can I get this with apt-mirror or otherwise?

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You need to find the relevant timestamp and point your mirror to the appropriate snapshot; see Debian 10 : Upgrade to specific minor release (10.10) and the links there for details.

You may need to disable key verification; see snapshot.debian.org.

(In most cases you shouldn’t need older point releases but I imagine you have your reasons!)

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