Re: Downloading binary (.deb) without ubuntu.
- From: Yagnesh Desai <ynd@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 31 Dec 2006 11:49:28 +0530
Thanks for your suggestion.
I know this site but it gives links to
the source files while I prefer to use the .deb files
as its lot of problem for dumb user like me to
compile these source codes.
If I could also get the links to these deb files in
http://archive.ubuntu.com then it would be better.
Is there a possibility to read somthing like "packages.gz"
(just a guess that it always exist) used by synaptic and
locate the .deb files in the archive of ubuntu and debian.
You can search for the package on http://packages.ubuntu.com/
it will list the package with
all the dependancies. That's the best way I know. I don't know ifthere's
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