repo subcommand is used for getting information about a source, or for
configuring it. With no options,
repo will list repository information:
$ apt-manage repo system Name: System Sources Enabled: yes Types: deb deb-src URIs: http://apt.pop-os.org/ubuntu http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu Suites: disco disco-security disco-updates disco-backports Components: main universe restricted multiverse
You can also use the
-i/--info flag for this purpose:
$ apt-manage repo --info ppa-system76-pop Name: Pop!_OS PPA Enabled: yes Types: deb URIs: http://ppa.launchpad.net/system76/pop/ubuntu Suites: disco Components: main
The following options modify the system configuration, and thus require you to use sudo or a root user.
Disabling a source is useful if you want to temporarily stop receiving software or updates from the source. You can also use it have testing or unstable sources that you want to temporarily enable from time to time.
$ sudo apt-manage repo --disable ppa-system76-proposed
If you want to re-enable a disabled source, you can use
$ sudo apt-manage repo --enable ppa-system76-proposed
You can remove sources that you want to stop using permanently.
$ sudo apt-manage repo --remove ppa-system76-proposed