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What is the latest sources.list for Raspbian?

Raspbian Repository suggests that Wheezy would be the "official" current suite of the Raspbian distribution. I cannot believe that, though, because I have been using "Jessie" as "stable" instead for ...
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How to use Stretch/testing packages?

I want to install the last version of Deluge on my Raspbian. The current distribution, Jessie (stable), contains the 1.3.10 version but I want the last one 1.3.13. The next distribution, Stretch (...
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Difference between archive.raspbian.org and archive.raspberrypi.org

I am in the process of setting up a local mirror of the Raspbian repository. I have successfully mirrored the archive.raspbian.org repo using rsync, however I noticed in the sources.list.d directory ...
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How can I restore my raspberry pi sources list

I changed something which bricked my rpi. I changed sources.list and raspi.list then when I run sudo apt update I am getting this error: E: Malformed entry 1 in list file /etc/apt/sources.list (Suite) ...
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How are Raspbian repositories organized?

I'm trying to understand how the Raspbian repositories are organized. Reading around in the forums and browsing the archive site I've understood that there is: wheezy that refers to the wheezy distro ...
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How to add backports to /etc/apt/sources.list

I've read that some of the necessary pipewire modules for bullseye are available through the backports repo. I tried this, but had problems as described below: Add following line to /etc/apt/sources....
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