I don’t have an Internet connection on my PC. I can download from a net cafe. but they have Windows. Can anyone get me a solution?
Also another good option is the Ubuntu Live DVD, It has a good number of the packages you will need under the Pool folder of the DVD. Of course it is limited, but if you need something quick without running it down, this may be a good option for you. I keep a current LTS (10.04) copy of Ubuntu just for this purpose, also I have seen people put them on there thumb drives just in case.
Can you give me a link for live dvd iso(s).
Ok, here are the links directly from the Ubuntu website.
Desktop 32 bit:
If you need another version of ubuntu (64 bit, netbook, server):
i am talking about live dvd link
wow I willsearch about it.
Get packages and dependencies for installing offline
'Generate package download script' option in Synaptic
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apt-offline can be used to generate a signature on a machine (with no network). This signature contains all download information required for the apt database system. This signature file can be used on another machine connected to the internet (which need not be a Debian box and can even be running windows) to download the updates