What is this PPA all about? Well, PPA stands for Personal Package Archives and that's pretty much it. Packages provided by my repository (for details look down) are unofficial, may be risky when used and can break your system, so you are using them at your own risk. As well as I am (:
This repository is meant mostly for Debian unstable (Sid) and experimental branch, although some of the packages may also work in testing (currently Wheezy). I'm providing only two architectures (i386 and amd64), but there are sources repositories available too. To use my PPA, add entries provided below to your sources.list file:
deb http://deb.ianod.es/debian/ unstable main deb-src http://deb.ianod.es/debian/ unstable main
deb http://deb.ianod.es/debian/ experimental main deb-src http://deb.ianod.es/debian/ experimental main
Here's little something for secure-apt:
gpg --keyserver subkeys.pgp.net --recv-keys 598C5C38 gpg --export -a 598C5C38 | apt-key add -
Remember that you need to be root to properly add GPG key.
When HDPPA was making itself public for the first time, I was using time-limited public key (
0x433E270B) and I had to move to the new one before expire date (2011-02-08). You can read more about transition in this post on my blog. Recently I lost data from my netbook, including GPG private key for my repository — I had to generate new one, which is now provided above.