error messages installing .deb file
michaelweaver1 at btinternet.com
Wed Jan 10 10:53:56 UTC 2007
Someone told me how to install .deb packages off-line using the sudo
dpkg but you are right about some people assuming everyone is connected
to the Internet which is why everyone just seems to get pointed in the
direction of the Ubuntu Repos.
Now I have run all the packages where does Ubuntu put the executeable
file for Network Manager?
I looked under the Administration but could only find Network tools and
network settings I think so it was either there all the time or it is
well hidden or I didn't need to install the packages as it was there by
I am running Ubuntu Edgy.
Yagnesh Desai wrote:
> Dear Weaver;
> This dependencies are like web. There are dependancies of
> the dependancies hence all of 11 files would be required.
> I am sorry for the error in typing the first link its:
> Well the second link will surly be better as my HowTo is very
> Infact I was thinking if there can be a good
> "HowTo install packages on ubuntu without internet"
> I found that most of the user of this mailing list have internet working on
> there ubuntu and they feel its default for other user too. (Its not their
> For Last 4 months I am now doing this regularly.
> Lets start and make one good HowTo. . . Don't you think so?
> 2 will be always better than 1.
> While we can also request LJL's help who has created this freeport.
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