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Old 07-03-2008, 02:23 PM
Chris Bannister
Default non-networked update


Wondering how to do an "apt-get update" like command on a computer not
connected to the Internet so that apt-zip can then be used.

Can I just put the Packages.gz file somewhere on the non networked
computer? If so, where--and what would be the command to use so that I
could then use apt-zip to remotely upgrade.

Mmmm, then again, I think I remember reading that the use of the
Packages.gz is deprecated.

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