I followed the guide for setting up debmirror from https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Debmirror . I changed the files to go to an external drive and set it to download Focal and Hirsute. Debmirror completes without errors but I get an error when I try to point a computer to it but get an error when I try apt-get update.
The repository 'http://192.168.1.42/ubuntu hirsute Release' does not have a Release file.Updating from such a repository can't be done securely, and is therefore disabled by default.See apt-secure(8) manpage for repository creation and user configuration details.
Where am I going wrong?
Files download to here
│ ├── focal
│ ├── focal-security
│ ├── focal-updates
│ ├── hirsute
│ ├── hirsute-security
│ └── hirsute-updates
│ ├── main
│ ├── multiverse
│ ├── restricted
│ └── universe
For Apache I symlinked to /var/www/ubuntu
Tree looks the same as above.
Here is my sh script
# Arch= -a # Architecture. For Ubuntu can be i386, powerpc or amd64.
# sparc, only starts in dapper, it is only the later models of sparc.
# For multiple architecture, use ",". like "i386,amd64"
# Minimum Ubuntu system requires main, restricted
# Section= -s # Section (One of the following - main/restricted/universe/multiverse).
# You can add extra file with $Section/debian-installer. ex: main/debian-installer,universe/debian-installer,multiverse/debian-installer,restricted/debian-installer
# Release= -d # Release of the system (, focal ), and the -updates and -security ( -backports can be added if desired)
# List of updated releases in: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases
# List of sort codenames used: http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/
# Server= -h # Server name, minus the protocol and the path at the end
# CHANGE "*" to equal the mirror you want to create your mirror from. au. in Australia ca. in Canada.
# This can be found in your own /etc/apt/sources.list file, assuming you have Ubuntu installed.
# Dir= -r # Path from the main server, so http://my.web.server/$dir, Server dependant
# Proto= --method= # Protocol to use for transfer (http, ftp, hftp, rsync)
# Choose one - http is most usual the service, and the service must be available on the server you point at.
# For some "rsync" may be faster.
# Outpath= # Directory to store the mirror in
# Make this a full path to where you want to mirror the material.
# The --nosource option only downloads debs and not deb-src's
# The --progress option shows files as they are downloaded
# --source \ in the place of --no-source \ if you want sources also.
# --nocleanup Do not clean up the local mirror after mirroring is complete. Use this option to keep older repository
# Start script
debmirror -a $arch \
-s $section \
-h $server \
-d $release \
-r $inPath \