The Utopia Repository is an addons repository for Debian and Ubuntu, administered by James Lu. Supported architectures include amd64 (primary target), i386, armhf, and arm64.
Absolutely no warranty is provided for the use of any software in this repository; use at your own risk!
The following suites exist in The Utopia Repository, but availability varies between OS versions. Please check which sections suit your setup before adding things to sources.list!
|Bug fixes only|
|EOL or unsupported|
|Coming soon/temp. unavailable|
|Suite not available|
|Suite||sid (unstable)||bullseye (testing)||buster (stable)||stretch (oldstable)||bionic (18.04)|
|main: Free software addons for Debian and Ubuntu. For stable releases, unofficial backports are also included. This section also includes Utopia-branded packages containing my desktop settings and custom package sets (meta-packages).||
|imports: Extra packages that are either mirrored from an external source or not supported well enough (by me) to put in main. May include non-free content.||
|forks: Forked / modified packages that intend to replace the versions available in Debian or Ubuntu. Changes for each package vary - see their individual changelogs for more info.||
|nightlies: Automatic nightly builds by the Utopia Repository team.||sid-nightlies||buster-nightlies||stretch-nightlies||N/A|
|experimental: Bleeding edge & testing packages that may upgrade system libraries and thus cause package conflicts. Use with caution!||experimental||N/A|
† Limited support for imports suites
This repository works like any other APT repository or Ubuntu PPA, and is signed using a PGP key. Both HTTP and verified HTTPS are available.
I am using and would like the following dists:
sudo apt-key adv --keyserver pool.sks-keyservers.net --recv-key 4A4A7B0E6EFB2FD90FD4F58C4A8C96B8EEBB01E6
To keep the signing keys in sync via apt in case of updates, you can install the utopia-keyring package from the main section of most release repositories (e.g. sid/main).
apt-get updateto update your repository cache. Then, you will be able to install packages whichever way you like. (apt-get, aptitude, synaptic, etc.)
Why did I make this?
Questions? Feedback? Concerns? Send me an e-mail at email@example.com
Alternatively, you may file an issue against the utopia-packages GitHub repository.