Debian: Disable certificate crl check for apt


there is an issue in the openssl libraries fails if the file size of the crl file is greater then 100kB.

If installation of a newer version is not possible then the crl check can be disabled.

For example the host contains the debian repository and has a certificate where the corresponding CRL is greater then 100k.
2 Options to disable the crl check:
Create a file /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/99_myDebianRepository.conf with content "false";

or set the myDebianRepository as trusted

deb [trusted=yes] bionic main multiverse restricted universe
deb [trusted=yes] bionic-updates main multiverse restricted universe


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