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This is already answered over on askubuntu: https://askubuntu.com/questions/170348/how-to-create-a-local-apt-repository/772636#772636 The basic steps are: create a directory for the repo copy in the package files Generate Release and Packages files (optional but much better for security since it means you won't have to use --allow-unauthenticated ever ...


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The easiest method of doing this is to use RVM. It manages Ruby and all its gems for you and it's easy to use. See this link for using it. If you did not want to use that you will need to modify your PATH variables so it can find your gems. I have found this to be tedious and reverted to RVM, but here are the general steps. You will need to find out where ...


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Thanks to @Law29 I learn that some updates are made with HTTPS when others use HTTP :/ I could check with curl that HTTPS request wouldn't reach the server. Turns out is was my firewall which was not configured to accept port 443 requests... Adding the right lines solved the problem ! Thanks @Law29 !


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It looks like you can add ElasticSearch as a repository on Ubuntu and manage it with apt, which means it would be updated the same way as all the other software on the Ubuntu server. The steps are outlined here: https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/current/setup-repositories.html Add the eleasticsearch public signing key Add the ...



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