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    Looking for an easy way to find the location where repositories store their debs.For example the location to all the zodttd debs is

    http://www.zodttd.com/repo/cydia/debs20/

    and their cydia source is

    http://www.zottd.com/repo/cydia/

    So what would be the way to go about finding others like modmyi, ispazio, bigboss etc



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    For sources you have installed in Cydia, the first part of the URL is in a file on your iPhone in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/. To use your example: in the file /etc/apt/sources.list.d/zodttd.list you will find a line that says
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    deb http://www.zodttd.com/repo/cydia/ stable main
    which contains the source URL you listed.

    The rest of the URL to every package will be in a corresponding list which you can find in /var/lib/apt/lists/. In your example, the file /var/lib/apt/lists/www.zodttd.com_repo_cydia_dists_stable_main_binary-iphoneos-arm_Packages contains the relative locations: for example in the information about the game genesis4iphone there is a line that says
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    Filename: debs20/genesis4iphone.deb
    Combine the two and you have the URL of that package, http://www.zodttd.com/repo/cydia/deb...sis4iphone.deb (so you also know where all the packages are).
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    That worked perfect thanks a lot man!

    BTW that link in your sig was helpful as well!
    Last edited by DSMKilla; 12-10-2008 at 01:33 AM.

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    that really helps me man, cuz i dont have internet on my wifi so i was gonna make an offline repo for some basic stuff like openssh ssl substrate etc

 

 

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