apt-get vs apt-cdrom
I'm considering installing Libranet 2.7. This version doesn't come with a lot of software, so I'll have to download a bunch of stuff and install it. As I understand it, the apt-get command requires me to have an internet conncection, which my Linux machine will not have (not for a few months at least). So I want to download packages at work, burn them to CD and take them home. Is this more or less what the apt-cdrom command is for? Apt-get sounds awesome. Is apt-cdrom pretty much the same, but just getting the package from CD rather than the net?