I am looking to install .deb files that have been encrypted and then decrypted. During this process the names of the original files have been dropped and instead are a temporary gibberish value. I can install using 'dpkg -i' without issue but I was looking to use 'apt-get install' to avoid having to perform any cleanup for dependency issues. I did not see any options for apt-get to allow this type of functionality. Does anyone know if this is possible?
I.E - original package: something-something-version-amd64.deb decrypted package: blahblah
'dpkg -i blahblah' - success 'apt-get install blahblah' - unrecognized file