Official mirror for Debian Bullseye is out of date

Looks like the official mirror for Debian Bullseye is out of date for most architectures:

Can this be fixed?

In any case, I was able to download the last version from Index of /RELEASES/1.6.5/dist/debian/bullseye/ and install it manually.

Thanks in advance.


I installed ZT with this command in Bullseye:

curl -s | bash

And it add the Buster repo:

# cat /etc/apt/sources.list.d/zerotier.list 
deb buster main



This is the output of the install script:

root@myserver:~# curl -s | bash

*** ZeroTier One Quick Install for Unix-like Systems

*** Tested distributions and architectures:
***   MacOS (10.7+) on x86_64 (just installs ZeroTier One.pkg)
***   Debian (7+) on x86_64, x86, arm, and arm64
***   RedHat/CentOS (6+) on x86_64 and x86
***   Fedora (16+) on x86_64 and x86
***   SuSE (12+) on x86_64 and x86
***   Mint (18+) on x86_64, x86, arm, and arm64

*** Please report problems to and we will try to fix.

*** Detecting Linux Distribution

*** Found Debian "buster", or "sid" (or similar), creating /etc/apt/sources.list.d/zerotier.list
Warning: apt-key is deprecated. Manage keyring files in trusted.gpg.d instead (see apt-key(8)).

*** Installing zerotier-one package...

This install buster repo, not bullseye one.



You can follow these instructions to manually install zerotier-one for Debian Bullseye until both the install script at and the official mirror at aren’t fixed by the people at ZeroTier.


I changed the repo this way:

# cat /etc/apt/sources.list.d/zerotier.list 
deb bullseye main

This will work?


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