Well looks like I get to answer my own question
I thought I'd post this in case anyone else wants to do the same thing.
# mkdir /root/rh9 // Use any name ya want I just use rh9
# cd /root/rh9
# mkdir base // Important. This is where all your pkglist stuff will go later
# mkdir RPMS.updates //Important. Directory for your rpms. Name has to be in the form
// RPMS.(x) common ones are update, os, freshrpms, etc
# genbasedir --topdir=/ root/rh9 updates // This command scans RPMS.updates
// builds all the pkglist stuff & puts it in base
Processing pkglists... updates [done]
Processing srclists... [done]
Creating component releases... [done]
Updating global release file... [done]
Appending MD5Sum... updates [done]
All your base are belong to us!!!
open /etc/apt/sources.list in your favorite editor & add the line -
"rpm file:/root/ rh9 updates" // Change root, rh9, and updates for the dir structure you
// created above
# apt-get update
Reading Package Lists... Done
Building Dependency Tree... Done
That's it. Hope it was at least a little informative.