Create the repository directory with a conf dir inside:
Configure your favourite webserver to publish this repository dir and all its content
$ mkdir -p repo/conf $ cd repo
Create the file conf/distributions and edit its content:
$ vi conf/distributions
Architectures: i386 amd64 source Codename: stable Components: main Description: Repo description Label: Ubuntu Origin: MyOrigin Version: 12.10 SignWith:repokey
Create the file conf/options and edit its content:
$ vi conf/options
verbose basedir .
Check if the repo is working:
$ reprepro check Checking stable...
Create a key with name repokey:
$ gpg --gen--key $ gpg --export repokey > repokey.gpg
Sign the debian packages with the new key:
$ dpkg-sig --sign repokey ~/packages/*.deb
Copy them to the stable repository:
$ reprepro includedeb stable ~/packages/*.deb
We can see that the repository has the desired packages by writing:
$ reprepro list stable
And that it’s all.
You have finished your new repository.
If you want to remove a package from the stable repository:
$ reprepro remove stable
If you want to remove all the packages from the stable repository
$ reprepro removefilter precise 'Section'