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comment Configuring Wireless Network
Yep, every time I edit the /etc/network/interfaces file I do, ifdown wlan1 and ifup wlan1. I don't really know what values I should put for the file. I'll put the values of ifconfig up in the main post.
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comment Install programs without an internet connection on Debian
Thanks a lot, I'll start playing with it and may just make a new question. I think apt-zip will save me loads of time.
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comment Install programs without an internet connection on Debian
When I use this command: apt-zip-list --medium=/mnt/myusb/storage --packages=dkms_2.2.0.3-1.2_all.deb I get the errors: apt-zip-list: mount: can't find /mnt/myusb/storage in /etc/fstab or /etc/mtab Unmounting /mnt/myusb/storage umount: /mnt/myusb/storage: not mounted
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comment Install programs without an internet connection on Debian
For example I can't figure out which action to use, it says the only options are dselect-upgrade, upgrade, and dist-upgrade. I want none of those, I want install, so how do I do that? I can't find any documentation explaining each action.
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comment Install programs without an internet connection on Debian
I installed apt-zip, how exactly do I use it? I'm currently installing Cygwin(normally I just use vm's on my windows machine, didn't even really know what cygwin was), and meanwhile I'm trying to figure it out. As far as I can tell, apt-zip creates a shell script that will go out and download your package, and all of its dependencies. Is this correct? I hear apt-zip creates two files, one to fetch the packages, and one to do something with flags, I don't quite understand. Do I even need the second package? Would you mind just giving me a short list of what I need to do?
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revised Install programs without an internet connection on Debian
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comment Install programs without an internet connection on Debian
I'm putting a bunch of my errors in the main post
Oct
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comment Install programs without an internet connection on Debian
I just installed the b43 drivers and all it dependencies(or at least I think I did). I downloaded all the deb packages, mounted my usb drive, and ran dpkg -i *.deb. It seemed to install, no obvious errors. However, does it matter that I did all of this from my mounted usb folder? Or should I have moved the .deb files to somewhere on the main file system first before installing them? I just restarted, and when I type ping google.com it says ping: unknown host google.com When I say ping 192.168.10.101 it says connect: Network is unreachable.
Oct
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comment Install programs without an internet connection on Debian
Apparently I didn't install it right. I'm trying to get the .deb now, however now sure what to get. Everything points to b43-fwcutter, however the description says that fwcutter merely unzips the firmware.
Oct
25
comment Install programs without an internet connection on Debian
I finally unzipped it, rebooted, and now I need to see if the internet works. I'll report back.
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comment Install programs without an internet connection on Debian
I did something similar to this, I just downloaded all the basic packages I needed, put them in a directory on my usb drive, mounted it and then ran: dpkg -i *.deb It installed right away. Now I'm having trouble unzipping my firmware.zip file into /lib/firmware. Thanks.
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asked Install programs without an internet connection on Debian