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To the best of my ability, I have looked everywhere in order to find a .deb file however even on its own website (bastille-linux.org) it is recommended to use aptitude which no longer seem to contain Bastille in its repository.

How can I download Bastille's installer?

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I found a package in this link. You can also download a rpm package and convert it to a deb format with some tools like alien. You may use dpkg -i package.deb. But as far I know you must deal with dependencies packages manually, (Installing them manually)

  • Thank you! How did you find it? I searched and searched with no result. – Phil Nov 24 '13 at 21:59
  • Just search on Google "bastille-linux debian package" and check sites. Ubuntu-related sites has a lot of PPAs with many packages. ;-) – David Martínez Nov 25 '13 at 13:59
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You may have better luck downloading a source package directly from http://bastille-linux.sourceforge.net/. That seems to be the only Official source repository, with version 3.2.

The original "home site" for Bastille Linux was bastille-linux.org, but it was taken over in 2003 and doesn't seem to offer any support or contact information.

There is a recentl link to some patches that attempt to get more Linux distribution. that is apparently part of the YOCTO project: https://www.mail-archive.com/yocto@yoctoproject.org/msg15086.html

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