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This APT cheat sheet includes essential commands that you will use everyday in Debian.
Check this article to find out how to extract Python egg and Python wheel with easy-to-follow examples.
In this article, we discuss the various Linux distributions and the associated systems—both SystemV or SystemD and the timelines of these systems.
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This article talks about APT 1.2.10 backport for Ubuntu Trusty (14.04) and Ubuntu Precise (12.04).
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This post shares the latest announcement regarding Packagecloud's support for Jenkins, CircleCI, and TravisCI.
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This article explains about RPM and how you can use it. Also, you can find the comparisons between RPM and Packagecloud.
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This article introduces the 10 most popular Linux distributions and why they exist. You can manage Linux distros efficiently with Packagecloud.
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Debian has released Buster, the next version of their operating system. Find out what's new and which popular packages have been updated with this release.
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A description of what the APT package manager is, why use it, and how to use it.
This article explains about adding a repository into your Linux operating system and when it’s needed.
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The differences between CentOS and Debian described in this article will help you to make the right choice of Linux distribution for working with your server.
With Gradle’s rich API and plugins as well as integration capabilities, you can easily achieve build automation.
Get arbitrary file support for your packages with packagecloud. Host all of your arbitrary files alongside your packages with packagecloud.
This article discusses how to deal with dependency confusion and substitution attacks for vulnerabilities in the software supply chain.
This article explains more about Software Supply Chain Attacks like the Kaseya ransomware attack, and the REvil ransomware gang.
Discussing the best solution to all of your problems related to preventing package dependency confusion and other software supply chain vulnerabilities.
This article explains how you can make use of packagecloud to secure your supply chain software.
In this article, you can find how Packagecloud is building the industry’s first platform to implement the SBOM framework
This post introduces the best Fedora Spins that show disparate features and looks.
There are 7 best Ubuntu flavors that you don't want to miss. Check this post to learn about those flavors and their strengths.
This comparison post explains the differences between Ubuntu desktop and server and what you should choose.
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This article shows you how to migrate a GPG key and shares useful tips around it.
Packagecloud is announcing the release of its on-premises software packagecloud:enterprise 2.0.
This article shares attacks against GCP signed APT repositories, their countermeasures, and reproducible codes.
Check this post to learn how NPM registry works internally and how you can work with metadata.
Check this article to find out how Packagecloud supports the NPM registry.
Check this article to find out how Packagecloud supports the package signing GPG key.
Find the slides that show learnings from Great Indian Developer Summit 2017.
You can learn how to create Debian repositories with reprepro in the Packagecloud settings.
Packagecloud explains its support for Android AAR in Packagecloud.
This article introduces continuous delivery of Python applications utilizing Travis CI and Packagecloud.
This how-to post explains the steps of building Debian packages for simple shell scripts.
Packagecloud explains how to move your packages between repositories easily in this article.
Check this post to learn debugging SSL in Java using mitmproxy covering from configuration to implementation.
Packagecloud officially supports zypper now and you can find out how you can benefit from it in this article.
This post explains about a APT hash sum mismatch and how to fix it.
This article talks about SBT SNAPSHOT deployments and fatjar support in Packagecloud.
This post explains Packagecloud's IPV6 support for APT, YUM, Maven, PyPI, and RubyGem repositories.
This post shares our announcement regarding Maven repository support with easy-to-follow guides.
This article explains Packagecloud's README support and how to use it.
This post talks about the Free Fastly CDN support for all package repositories and improvements as a result.
In this article, you can find how APT Hash sum mismatch happens and how to resolve the problem.
This article shares some stories behind the March outages.
This post shares repository install and package download statistics to show you historical usages.
You can run acceptance testing using Capybara and PhantomJS. This post includes step-by-step guides for testing.
Check this article to learn how Python PyPI repository and metadata work internally.
This update includes added features for our users including new Python support, packagecloud-ruby changes, and more.
This post shares our announcement regarding PyPI repository support with easy-to-follow guides.
Check this article to learn how RubyGem index and metadata work internally.
This article shares some stories about the outage incident that happened on 2015-11-05.
We are introducing the Packagecloud ansible role. Check this article to see how you can use it.
This article explains how to use alien to convert Deb to RPM and vice versa.
This article shows the slides that explain about package management and puppet during PuppetConf 2015.
Packagecloud supports LinuxMint and Raspbian officially and how you can start using them.
Packagecloud announces new consulting services for customers in need of expert help.
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To prepare Debian packages, you can use dh-make. Check this post to discover ways to prepare packages.
We are announcing a new support for Buildkite to push packages to Packagecloud.
Packagecloud is announcing the web delete feature that allows removal of packages via the web.
This post explains about building Debian packages with debuild commands. You can find sample codes and easy-to-follow guides.
This article explains Packagecloud's web upload and how you can use it.
If you want to set up a private gem server, check this article and follow the simple guides to configure it.
This post explains about setting up and building Debian and Ubuntu packages with pbuilder.
This post explains how to build RPM packages with mock covering from installing to building.
This post guides you through apt-cacher-ng with SSL/TLS in Debian and Ubuntu environments.
Packagecloud announced the Package and Versions API for users to easily retrieve information about packages.
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This post includes the slides that were used at Chef Conf 2015 and explain about package managers and Chef.
This post explains how to cook your own packages making good use of fpm.
We are announcing packagecloud:enterprise that is completely stand-alone for your on-premise environment.
This post includes the slides that were used at Puppet Camp LA 2015 and explain about package managers and Puppet.
This article shares the untold story behind the outage happened in December 2014 and the fix for the problem.
This article includes explanation on GPG sign and verification of RPM packages and YUM repositories.
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