We have been maintaining installation repositories for RPM-based distributions, namely RHEL, Fedora, CentOS and OpenSUSE / SLES for quite some time now and the service became pretty popular – only yesterday we have seen over 1500 unique IP addresses checking for updates!
However one of the frequent questions from the community – “Is there a repository for Debian / Ubuntu?” – used to have a negative answer. Although both Ubuntu and Debian have s3cmd in their standard repositories the versions there are never updated once released which is especially annoying for distributions with a long support like Ubuntu LTS.
Now the things have changed – the S3tools project announces an Official s3cmd DEB repository from which you can always get the latest greatest s3cmd for your Debian or Ubuntu.
Please follow the instructions on the Package repositories page for more informations.