So I'm running Debian 9.1 with KDE and I'm using Apper for package management. Now I'm wondering if it's somehow possible to get .deb files of the packages I installed over it (or that are listed/registered in it) so that I can use them for offline installation on another machine. Is that possible? If so: how?
Apper is a gui for packagekit. Backends for packagkit is for example
- apt Debian and debianbased Distros.
pacman Arch and his derivates
and others. So the deb's are in the folder
I personally use the cache for my reserve notebook only to spare traffic. and both installations were identical. for that I use on main notebook aptoncd With apt-cdrom i add the medium as sources to the other.
For complete offline installation may apt-mirror to create a local repository the better way.