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docker-reprepro

Reprepro (Debian packages repository) docker container.

Here is a good reference documentation to setup a full reprepro environment:
http://vincent.bernat.im/en/blog/2014-local-apt-repositories.html

Build

To create the image bbinet/reprepro, execute the following command in the
docker-reprepro folder:

docker build -t bbinet/reprepro .

You can now push the new image to the public registry:

docker push bbinet/reprepro

Run

To configure your reprepro container, you need to provide a read-only /config
volume that should contain 4 files:

  • /config/apt-authorized_keys: ssh authorized_keys file for the apt user
    which should be used when running apt-get commands.
    Should be chown root:root and chmod 644.
  • /config/reprepro-authorized_keys: ssh authorized_keys file for the
    reprepro user which should be used to upload debian packages with the
    dput command.
    Should be chown root:root and chmod 644.
  • /config/reprepro_pub.gpg: gpg public key to be used to sign debian
    packages.
    Should be chown 600:root and chmod 600.
  • /config/reprepro_sec.gpg: gpg private key to be used to sign debian
    packages.
    Should be chown 600:root and chmod 600.

You also need to provide a read-write /data volume, which will be used to
write the debian packages reprepro database, and the .gnupg/ directory for
imported gpg keys.

If the debian/ directory doesn't already exist in the /data/ volume,
docker-reprepro will setup a reprepro repository based on configuration
available through environment variables (see docker run example below).

If you want to further customize the reprepro configuration, feel free to
provide your own debian reprepro setup in /data/debian/.

Then, when starting your reprepro container, you will want to bind ports 22
from the reprepro container to a host external port, so that it is accessible
from dput (upload packages) and apt-get (download packages) through ssh.

For example:

$ docker pull bbinet/reprepro

$ docker run --name reprepro \
    -v /home/reprepro/data:/data \
    -v /home/reprepro/config:/config:ro \
    -e RPP_DISTRIBUTIONS="wdev;wprod;jdev;jprod" \
    -e RPP_CODENAME_wdev="wheezy-dev" \
    -e RPP_CODENAME_wprod="wheezy-prod" \
    -e RPP_CODENAME_jdev="jessie-dev" \
    -e RPP_CODENAME_jprod="jessie-prod" \
    -e RPP_ARCHITECTURES_wdev="amd64 armhf source" \
    -e RPP_ARCHITECTURES_wprod="amd64 armhf source" \
    -e RPP_ARCHITECTURES_jdev="amd64 armhf source" \
    -e RPP_ARCHITECTURES_jprod="amd64 armhf source" \
    -e RPP_INCOMINGS="in_wheezy;in_jessie" \
    -e RPP_ALLOW_in_wheezy="stable>wheezy-dev" \
    -e RPP_ALLOW_in_jessie="stable>jessie-dev" \
    -p 22:22 \
    bbinet/reprepro

Usage

Here is how .dput.cf and sources.list can look like:

.dput.cf:

[in_wheezy]
fqdn = <reprepro_ip_address>
incoming = /data/debian/incoming/in_wheezy
method = scp
login = reprepro
allow_unsigned_uploads = 0
allowed_distributions = stable
post_upload_command = ssh %(login)s@%(fqdn)s reprepro processincoming in_wheezy

[in_jessie]
fqdn = <reprepro_ip_address>
incoming = /data/debian/incoming/in_jessie
method = scp
login = reprepro
allow_unsigned_uploads = 0
allowed_distributions = stable
post_upload_command = ssh %(login)s@%(fqdn)s reprepro processincoming in_jessie

sources.list:

deb ssh://apt@<reprepro_ip_address>/data/debian jessie-dev main
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