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Installing packages to unsupported Ubuntu editions?
Unable to install software on my ubuntu 9.10

I am still using Ubuntu karmic. I know I should upgrade but that is not so easy in the moment as I am in a country with very low bandwidth.

I need to install one package. Can I still find old software sources somewhere?

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marked as duplicate by enzotib, James, fossfreedom, Jorge Castro, htorque Jan 2 '12 at 22:09

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unsupported releases are available from:

To find particular package, you can:

zcat ls-lR.gz | less

and once you find the correct path, just download the packages, for example:

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He could simply substitute the server in his sources.list, then use his preferred package manager. – enzotib Jan 2 '12 at 19:49
@enzotib: I agree. But he want to get only one package, so I provided solution without the 'apt-cache update' to save the traffic. – Michał Šrajer Jan 2 '12 at 20:06

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