On Wed, Sep 17, 2008 at 4:13 PM, (``-_-´´) -- Fernando
> Olá jude e a todos.
> On Wednesday 17 September 2008 14:27:29 jude ui wrote:
>> I have treid and used , reinstalled ubuntu many times , I find it a pain to
>> install software *WITHOUT THE INTERNET *- so I'm currently using debian
Nothing wrong with Debian
>> because it has over* 21* cds with a HUGE software respitory.
Is the Ubuntu DVD sufficient?
This should have several cds worth of software and is perhaps more
convenient than shuffling cds. (assuming you have a DVD drive)
see e.g.: http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/releases/8.04/release/
>> And yes I've tried to install debian packages on ubuntu - the whole
>> toolchain is messed up and I can't install certian software (I need)
>> because dependencies are incompatable.
Installing Debian packages on Ubuntu is *not* recommended.
>> Is there sombody that can create a software respertory on CD's for
>> people without internet.
>> (How am I on now? - I'm using public computers)
> I'm redirecting this email to Ubuntu Users, that is the correct list to help you out with this.
> For installing offline your best bets are to use:
> APTonCD - http://aptoncd.sourceforge.net/ - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/APTonCD
> From Synaptic you can also generate the download links for the packages you want to install, and then import them to your system again.
> Good luck with that.
John C. McCabe-Dansted
University of Western Australia
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