The repository "Jessie Backports" (origin
backports not accepted by the official backport repository (no sponsor
found or so). You can look at the
Including this repository is really simple. Just download apt source entry jdesch-jessie-backports.list and the public key of the repository. Then copy the source file to the apt configuration directory and add the key. The next repository update will include my packages, That's all.
# wget -nd http://debian.jdesch.de/repositories/jdesch-jessie-backports.list # wget -nd http://debian.jdesch.de/repositories/jdesch-list-key.asc # cp jdesch.list /etc/apt/source.list.d/ # apt-key add jdesch-list-key.asc # apt-get update
The priority is changed to the behaviour used by the official
repository. The backports must installed by passing the "origin" using
-t! To install packages from my current backport
repository you have to pass
-t joede-backports to each call of
apt-get. This is exactly the same requirement as for the official
To force the priority to a value lower than 100 (or may be higher), you
have to add the priority manually! Create as root a file
/etc/apt/preferences.d/joede-backports.pref with the following
Package: * Pin: release o=joede-backports Pin-Priority: 80
Note: the changed origins seems to have no impact for already installed packages. I hope there are no other drawbacks.
Important: the repository includes newer releases of packages which are available in the regular debian repository! Adding this repository will automatically update all of packages from repositories with a lower or equal priority!
Again, you do this at your own risk! I'm not responsible if all this crashes your installation.
Note: the list below is may be not up-to-date! To see the complete list, look into the Packages file!