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I'm an offline Linux Mint user. I go to cafes and download my software there which is most probably in .tar.gz or tar.bz2 files.

We need to compile them to install the software. After reading through the net for a while I need these packages which I can install then offline so that in future when I download a tarball of software I can compile it own my own.

Remember I need their OFFLINE installer:

  1. Build-essential
  2. Checkinstall
  3. Subversion
  4. Git-core
  5. Git
  6. Autoconf
  7. Inltool

All above packages verions can be latest or any but working please if possible anyone here upload them as 1 zip file.

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This is a knowledge exchange, not a package exchange... –  jasonwryan Mar 26 '13 at 7:13
Also, asking random people on the internet to send you software which you are going to run is a terrible idea. You should get it from a trusted source -- in this case, your Linux distribution, Mint. –  mattdm Mar 26 '13 at 11:42
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If you are using APT...

You can download the required package using:

sudo apt-get download package-name

This will download the required package in current directory. Further if you need the package with its dependencies following command will help:

sudo apt-get install -d package-name

You can navigate to /var/cache/apt/archives directory to find your packages.

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