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I'd like to create a mirror for Ubuntu and Debian. I have apt-mirror installed, but I'm not sure what to place in my /etc/apt/mirror.list to mirror just the CD images. Can anyone assist?

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apt-mirror is for mirroring the package repositories, not the CD images. You might want to update your question asking about a tool to mirror the CD images. –  Zoredache Dec 4 '10 at 0:59
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BTW, why would you want to mirror the CD images instead of the repositories? Assuming you have a working network adapter, the mini.iso is all I ever need/want. –  Zoredache Dec 4 '10 at 1:00

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Debian disk images are well.. debian disk images. Debian has a howto on how to set up your own mirror - which is by duplicating a current mirror via rsync or other means

apt-mirror does repositories, and quite honestly, as zoredache said, those repos and a minimal installer disk should be good for most things.

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jigdo is the somewhat preferred method for creating CD images for Debian. You can read more about it here. It beats downloading the entire image every time there's a change since it can "upgrade" an existing image.

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