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Portage56k

Portage56k is a program that makes it easier to install Gentoo portage packages on a system with (slow) dial-up Internet access, as long as you have access to another system that does have broadband Internet access. Portage56k is used on the system to which the software will be installed, and it produces a list of URLs that must be downloaded to install the software. These URLs can then be downloaded on the system with fast Internet, and copied to the target system via removable media (such as CDROMs).

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