I normally tend to use the PPAs (Personal Package Archives) found in launchpad.net, but I have noticed more and more that some repositories are being created in other places or a website that manages ...
I'm trying to setup a Ubuntu mirror with selected packages from different repositories, by using apt-move, which I've been using on Ubuntu 10.04 without (too much) problems. I've installed apt-move ...
I need to upgrade from Ubuntu Server 10.04 LTS to 12.04 LTS using local repository (approx); Internet access is granted by a Web Proxy. The problem is: if I don't set proxy (so server can't reach ...
I have setup a local directory repository, but Ubuntu installs from Remote Repository. How can i force it to install from my local repository?
I would like to build my own local repository on my LAN, so that machines on the LAN can update and upgrade from it. I want to download the packages and store them on my local server so that I can ...
Possible Duplicate: How to make USB drive as local repository I want to install Ubuntu 12.04 in many systems simultaneously and the Internet Speeds are way too slow!. So i thought of using ...
I'm setting up an offline Ubuntu Repo and I need to download the Ubuntu repo using a windows machine. I have access to WGET.exe . What is the command to do this? Thanks in Advance.
I just want a "guru's opinion" on the best way to deal with those pesky little "singleton" debs that you don't get out of any APT repo. For example google-chrome (I know they finally made a repo), ...
I have all images of Debian, Ubuntu and Ubuntustudio as .iso. How can I use them as repository to install my desired packages with sudo apt-get install package-name? I easily mount the .iso file with ...
I copied "archives" folder (/var/cache/apt/archives) from another computer which was fully updated and had some packages that i want. Can someone guide me how to add my USB drive in repository list so ...
I have a friend who has got a computer that is not connected to the Internet. Is there any way to install software offline easily?