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How can I install software or packages without Internet (offline)?

I have recently started using ubuntu 12.04 for my dell inspiron 5500 15r. I want to install g++ and javac on my ubuntu.Since my USB modem doesn't support ubuntu i cannot connect my ubuntu to the internet.I have the .deb package of g++-4.4 GNU C++ compiler and openJDK Java 6 Runtime with me.

Please explain to me in detail how to install them to my ubuntu.

Thank You Saurav Shekhar

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marked as duplicate by Ringtail, Jorge Castro, fabricator4, hhlp, Tom Brossman Dec 8 '12 at 22:18

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

Hello! I have removed your phone number since it is not used to help you with the problem. You will get your answer on this page. – hexafraction Dec 8 '12 at 17:21
See this question:… – Flimm Dec 8 '12 at 17:29
normally g++ is already automatically installed with gcc as standard installation of ubuntu ? what report you have in terminal with command: gcc --version and with g++ --version ? specific solution tell you after your answer. – dschinn1001 Dec 8 '12 at 17:31

to me it is not clear, if Saurav wants multiple versions of gcc or only one certain version of gcc with g++ ? it is topic for support at normally - but I can reply here: there are different available packages of each version for gcc - such with gcc only and such with gcc and g++ together of one certain version. but that was a while ago ... now gcc is mostly always together with g++ in several distributions.

here are links who explain for installation with multiple versions of gcc on one machine:

I overseen now that Saurav has no internet-access . . . ? but he types here ?

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