‘Deb’ packages are the heart of Ubuntu. The ‘deb’ package format comes from the Debian linux distribution and is widely considered the best package format for system-level libraries and applications with rich and dynamic dependencies. We use .deb packages to create the base Ubuntu operating system and we include tens of thousands of debs for a wide range of open source applications.

NoMoreSourcePackages - Ubuntu Wiki Jan 09, 2010 Working with Debian and Ubuntu Source Packages Apr 13, 2015 How to create an Ubuntu package from source Debreate is a straight-forward GUI tool with which you can build Debian packages from source. You are simply following a step by step approach adding the package name, version, package maintainer email, a short description and category, etc. Then you can set the Files directory and you're basically done. All …

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I have the source of a program (taken from cvs/svn/git/) and I'd like to build a Debian/Ubuntu package for it. The package is present in the repositories, but: It is an older version (lacking hydro/Installation/Ubuntu - ROS Wiki Ubuntu install of ROS Hydro. We are building Debian packages for several Ubuntu platforms, listed below. These packages are more efficient than source-based builds and are our preferred installation method for Ubuntu.

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Dec 16, 2006 Ubuntu – Details of source package netcfg in eoan Warning: This package is intended for the use in building debian-installer images only. Do not install it on a normal Ubuntu system. Do not install it on a normal Ubuntu system. The following binary packages are built from this source package: