CUDA Debian Buster repository is broken

File Packages in Official CUDA repo for Debian Buster have wrong format, which breaks installation of CUDA 11.2.

Each package record in this file must be followed by empty line, but some records (i.e. cuda-sanitizer-11-2 ver. 11.2.67-1 or cuda-command-line-tools-11-2 ver. 11.2.0-1) have no trailing empty line.

Anybody knows where can I send bug report for this issue?

I can confirm that this is still an issue.

It affects all actively maintained Debian based repos, including Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, 20.04 and WSL-Ubuntu, as well as Debian 10 (Buster).

$ for dist in ubuntu{1604,1804,2004} debian10 wsl-ubuntu ; do echo -n $dist": " ; curl -s$dist/x86_64/Packages | grep "bytes," | wc -l ; done
ubuntu1604: 747
ubuntu1804: 1039
ubuntu2004: 937
debian10: 1140
wsl-ubuntu: 92

There is erroneous output data in the Packages manifest published to the repository, which breaks lots of package managers.

I have attempted to bring this to attention through both the consumer, as well as enterprise means.

Consumer ticket: 210615-000288
Enterprise ticket: 00101412 (ref:_00D409E3I._5001W1nk4Cn)

I have thus far been unsuccessful in finding anyone willing to blink an eye at this. So outside of this developer forum, which doesn’t appear to bring any traction to this problem given (at least) 6 months of inaction so far, I’m not sure where else to bring this up.