command for downloading a package to save

Muzer muzerakascooby at
Sun Jun 14 09:08:22 UTC 2009

Steven Vollom wrote:
> A virus has blocked me from sending emails, from communicating with my ISP, 
> and now from downloading an application that may fix the problem.  How can I 
> download Klamov to a file, so I can copy it on a thumb drive and install it on 
> my infected computer?  Thanks!
> Steven
Go to

Click on your architechture (x86 or amd64)

Click on a mirror to download it from

Go back to the main page and check you have all the dependencies (dpkg 
-l <dependancy> for each one)

If you don't have one, click on the dependency, and repeat the steps. 
Remember you also need the dependencies of the dependency, and the 
dependencies of the dependencies of the dependency...

Put all the files you downloaded onto a thumb drive and put it in the 
computer. Browse to the directory with them in from a terminal.

Type sudo dpkg -i *.deb

If you get an error, you didn't download the dependencies correctly. Try 

Version: 3.1
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