I want to know, is there any way of installing a package without the use of internet. I have a problem with installing my CDMA to the Vector 5.8 Gold, but I am working on it.
In Ubuntu 6.06, there are two methods of installing pakcages with out a internet connection to your pc.
1. Is to download a cd, from somewhrere else of course, and add the cd to your repository sources. It is very easy. Then you can select the packages you want from the cd, the system will automatically install it. the correct word for the cd is "Addon cd". Dependancies are included on the cd.
2. Is to select the packages you want from the enabaled repository sources and save a script of the packages. What I do with the script is extract the direct link to the packages and save it on a txt document, then go to the internet cafe, mass download the packages with HTTrack (a great software
), and install it with feature called "Install Downloaded Packages" , it will automatically install the packages. There wont be a dependency problem because the generated script by the ubuntu package manger include the links for them also.
If you guys have any idea to solve my problem please let me know.