apt-offline is a utility for people using Debian (and distributions based on Debian) with a dial-up connection. It helps in downloading the required packages from another, high bandwidth Windows/Linux machine, with or without a cache.
|Tags||Internet Web Installation/Setup Debian|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. All users should upgrade, as it fixes a bug with GPG signature verification for apt package databases.
Release Notes: Lots of updates were done. This is the first full release of pypt-offline, but it is still in beta. MD5 checksum support was added. Local cache check support was added. Progress bar support was added. Python optparse is used for option parsing. Zip archiving is supported. Many many more updates were made.
No changes have been submitted for this release.