installing codecs

Alin-Andrei nilarimogard at
Fri Apr 9 20:54:34 UTC 2010

You can do it two ways:

1. With Keryx, which downloads packages and their dependencies from a
computer with internet access and the packages can then be installed on the
computers with no internet access [1]

2. Reconstructor is a web tool which can create custom Ubuntu Live CDs -
meaning you can add extra packages to the CDs [2]

Good luck! :)


On Fri, Apr 9, 2010 at 23:35, Gary Kirkpatrick <pegngaryubuntu at>wrote:

> I am doing some volunteer work at a school in Panama.  There are 15
> donated desktop computers.  12 have XP and the rest Vista.  I will
> install Edubuntu to dual boot.  There is no internet access for these
> computers.  I need to install codecs so that we can play videos and
> music.  I will be installing using a dvd I made from a download.  Can
> I somehow add the codecs to the DVD?  Or how else should I do this?
> thanks
> gary
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