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<tag> is not supposed to be taken literally, it is a placeholder. This should be pretty self-evident reading the first paragraph under Download Source from the CVS Repository of the instructions on downloading OpenCoral from CVS.
I had to do something very similar for my AWS based setup. I decided to have one box with aptcacher-ng and dpkg-dev package. reprepro doesn't support multiple versions of a package so I didnt use it. Since I wanted to keep these boxes as ephemeral as possible with low setup time I did not use apt-mirroring as it can download lot of data depending what you ...
Yes, you'll want to use two separate repos if you do it this way - the mirror will stay signed by the GPG keys of the distribution, while your repo with custom packages will be signed by a GPG key you generate (and your nodes will need to trust). An alternative to mirroring is apt-cacher-ng - it's configured as an apt proxy on your nodes, and will handle ...
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