While this totally works for me, most of the time I have no clue what I'm doing, so: Absolutely no warranty! If your cat blows up: Not my fault.. ;)
I didn't change a whole lot from the sources available at their sourceforge project, only what was needed to make them compile without warnings and errors.
I also updated the package versions to stable so you can simply add this repo without pinning rules and stuff. The packages aren't any more stable than the sources!
If you still insist in using my repo, here's how:
~# sudo wget -O /etc/apt/sources.list.d/kuehlbox.list https://kuehlbox.wtf/<repo>/kuehlbox.<version>.list ~# wget -O - https://kuehlbox.wtf/<repo>/gpg.key |sudo apt-key add - ~# sudo apt-get install apt-transport-https ~# sudo apt-get update
While <repo> needs to be replaced by either "debian" or "raspbian".
and <version> needs to be replaced be either "buster" or "stretch".
~# sudo wget -O /etc/apt/sources.list.d/kuehlbox.list https://kuehlbox.wtf/debian/kuehlbox.buster.list ~# wget -O - https://kuehlbox.wtf/debian/gpg.key |sudo apt-key add - ~# sudo apt-get install apt-transport-https ~# sudo apt-get update
You can then list all available packages using:
grep ^Package: /var/lib/apt/lists/kuehlbox.wtf_*_packages_dists_*_Packages
Following is a list of all packages available from my repo. Bold ones are most likely to be needed, italic ones are dependencies, automatically installed, when needed, light ones are development and debug packages, your really shouldn't need. The rest is optional.
I've also written a german full-length installation guide in my personal blog: BinkD, Husky und GoldEd einrichten (FidoNet)
If you're not into using other peoples binaries you can download my patches together with a small script from my git to create your own binary packages: husky-builder