The Utopia Repository is James Lu's personal APT repository for Debian and Ubuntu. Supported architectures are amd64 and (partially) i386.
Absolutely no warranty is provided for the use of any software in this repository; use at your own risk!
All credit goes out to the software's original developers.
The following suites exist in The Utopia Repository, but availability varies between OS versions. Please check which sections suit your setup before adding things to sources.list!
|Extended support: priority bug fixes only|
|Partial or limited support (see notes)|
|Support ending soon|
|EOL or unsupported|
|Supported via an external repository|
|Suite not available|
|Suite||sid (unstable)||buster (testing)||stretch (stable)||jessie (oldstable)||bionic (18.04)||xenial (16.04)|
|main: The main package component contains higher quality, well-tested packages. This section also includes Utopia Repository-branded packages for my (James') custom settings.||sid/main||stretch/main||
|imports: Extra packages that are either directly mirrored from an external source or not supported well enough to put in main. This section does not receive as many updates, and also includes any contrib and non-free content.||sid/imports†||stretch/imports†||
|forks: Forked / modified packages for the Utopia Repository.
See individual package changelogs for what has been changed.
|nightlies: Automatic nightly builds for certain packages. Nightlies repositories are signed using a different PGP key: 4A4A7B0E6EFB2FD90FD4F58C4A8C96B8EEBB01E6||sid-nightlies||stretch-nightlies||
* Not all packages are available (e.g. due to library mismatches)
† Limited updates and support for imports suites
This repository basically works like any other APT repository or Ubuntu PPA, and is signed using a PGP key. Both HTTP and signed HTTPS are available.
I am using and would like the following dists:
sudo apt-key adv --keyserver pool.sks-keyservers.net --recv-key D5D568B2D34AB32A337944D22EC3F60DE71C0B9D
To keep the signing keys in sync via apt in case of updates, you can install the utopia-keyring package from the main section of most release repositories (e.g. sid/main).
apt-get updateto update your repository cache. Then, you will be able to install packages whichever way you like. (apt-get, aptitude, synaptic, etc.)
Why did I make this?
Questions? Feedback? Concerns? Send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, you may file an issue against the utopia-packages GitHub repository.