I am using Kubuntu 7.04.
I have installed ntfs-3g.deb and got it running.
I cannot install stuff like gtk 2.0 because it needs other debians. I cannot install the required debians because they require gtk 2.0.
Is there a way I can point the APT manager to my own harddisk, and install and configure everything?
I use my PC mainly for: MP3's, Gaming and Programming. This is currently possible with windows, but the number of untreated viruses is just increasing. I need certain debians to be installed and configured, just to get to listen to my MP3's while working on my PC.
I can only access internet through the university computers. This means my PC, the one with linux, is not online. I live in Kenya, fast internet is extremely expensive (Ksh 12,000 for 128kbps [approx £100] per month). Dail up is extremely slow (55 seconds to open Google.com
Word about net in Kenya, is that prices may drop soon.. Problem is, they said so last year, too..
The university computers are set not to download *.exe only, so I can get away with downloading linux extensions (*.rpm, *.deb, ...).