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How to set up a local repository for ubuntu and add packages of your own [closed]

I want to make two things: First of all, I want to have my own repository of ubuntu in my servers to not overload the usage of Internet in my company and to control the updates. I think that I have ...
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Yum configuration through a proxy necessary?

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We've got a series of debs for different projects and different environments to install them in: dev, build/test qa (less formal), qa (formal), and production. I would really like to create a system ...
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YUM Config file for a repo in local drive

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How to know from which yum repository a package has been installed

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Can anybody tell me how to create my own local package repository for my packages in Ubuntu?

I want to create a package repository for my packages in ubuntu and this repository will be using in multiple Ubuntu systems to install and update packages.