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Old 12-05-2009, 06:20 PM   #1
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LXer: "Sushi Huh?" - Easily Download Packages For Offline Installation In Debian, Ubu

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"Sushi, huh?" is an application which serves the same purpose as the command we posted about two weeks ago, to get a list of packages and dependencies for offline installation in Ubuntu, but many will love it since it comes with a - I almost wanted to say GUI - an web-based interface which runs on your machine, and it can download the dependencies for the packages you want to install, for the following Linux distributions: Mandriva, openSUSE, Fedora (and obviously, Ubuntu and Debian). But "Sushi, huh?" can also run on both Linux and Windows, meaning you can download the packages with dependencies from Windows too.



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