Most packages are rebuilds, backports and/or updates from latest (or upcoming) LTS or release and thus are following recent debian/ubuntu standards and conventions. All packages are updated to the latest release. Switching back and forth should be no problem if not using the extra options and optimalisations my builds might be providing.
Builds are now automated (thanks to Danila Vershinin’s lastversion), so when a new version is released a cronjob will build it as soon as possible, except if there is any breakage of patches in which case I’ll try to fix is manually as soon as possible.
Currently the builds are available for:
- Debian Bullseye, Buster and Stretch (packages for stretch are not compiled with latest 1.1.1 openssl)
- Ubuntu Bionic, Focal and rolling/devel
Maintaining updated/backported packages:
- apache – latest version, compiled with -O3 -flto for speed
- clamav – latest version
- coreruleset – rules for libmodsecurity3 – weekly rebuild from git
- dovecot – latest version
- libbrotli – latest version, needed for nginx
- libfido2 – latest version, needed for openssh
- libmaxminddb – latest version, needed for nginx
- libmodsecurity3 – latest version, needed for nginx
- libjemalloc2, compiled with –disable-initial-exec-tls for NGINX and some other optimalisations.
- luajit2 – latest release – openresty’s implementation, for NGINX
- nginx – extended and optimised – see this page
- openssh – latest version + added snippets in /etc/ssh/sshd_config.d
- openssl – latest version
- postfix – latest version
- rspamd – latest version, compiled as release
You might also want to take a look at my dockerhub or github where I use these packages in docker
Access to the repository:
The repository is also available through http (without ssl) for compatibility with older apt-get, while the site is not.
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