This is an unofficial third-party Debian repository containing packages that are either (a) not currently in Debian, but hopefully will be someday, or (b) are not in Debian, yet I find useful and have packaged to make my life easier.
While the repo metadata is gpg signed, you probably have no reason to trust what I package, so the standard disclaimer applies: these packages may eat your data, unintentionally break your system, etc. Use at your own risk!
I only provide amd64 and i386 binary packages and their corresponding source packages. If you need binary packages for a different architecture, you can fetch the source package and should be able to rebuild locally without any additional work.
Packages are available for the following Debian releases:
bullseye (aka "oldstable")
bookworm (aka "stable") (Note: As of September 2022 all packages for bookworm have been accepted into the official Debian archive, so there are no bookworm packages in this repo.)
wget -O /usr/share/keyrings/calenhad.gpg https://apt.calenhad.com/debian/calenhad.gpg echo "deb [signed-by=/usr/share/keyrings/calenhad.gpg] https://apt.calenhad.com/debian bookworm main" >> /etc/apt/sources.list
(Modify the release codename to reflect the version of Debian you are running.)
Since these are unofficial packages, please do not file bugs in the Debian BTS. You can ping me, and I'll help as best as I can.
These are packages that used to be available from my personal repository, but have since been accepted into official Debian repositories. Packages for older versions of Debian will continue to be available here, until official backports are available, or a specific Debian release reaches EOL.
The following packages are available as unofficial backports of existing Debian packages.
None at the moment. :)
NOTE: These packages will not be submitted for inclusion in Debian. You may need to enable the "contrib" and "non-free" sections in your
sources.list file for this repo.
None at the moment. :)
If you had previously installed makemkv packages from my repo, please update your apt config to use Ben Westover's apt repo where updated packages will be published in the future. Ben is actively working the ITPs to eventually get these packages into Debian, so I'll therefore let him publish the packages until that happens.