Adv Reply February 19th, 2015 #7 Re: Installing big game full version pc dhcp Server Without Internet Connection Originally Posted by Doug S See this page and start by checking if you have the "depends on" packages, because if not you will need them also.
But I am not supposed to use internet connection.
A Fedora user lives in a rural area, but can perhaps go to a cyber coffee weekly with good bandwidth and download everything he need.
Tango Icons Tango Desktop Project.Adv Reply February 19th, 2015 #8 Re: Installing dhcp Server Without Internet Connection Originally Posted by samer4 The Ubuntu server guide doesn't cover how to Install the dhcp Server manually without internet connection using a flash drive though.Apt-get needs root privileges for real execution.A web app (python based, maybe flask) when a user put a file with all prosieben games need for speed world information about the Fedora system and the web app provide via the yum funcionality, the user would search packages, select packages to install, select update the system and the result.Code: dpkg -l grep adduser ii adduser.113nmu3ubuntu3 all add and remove users and groups.
The lab is not connected to the internet for security reasons.
Originally Posted by samer4, but I am not supposed to use internet connection.
The main complication is determining what you need, since a package often has other packages it depends on, and which must therefore be installed before, or at the same time as, the package is installed.
Brain Storm, feel free to put your ideas here.You can either figure out the dependencies one by one (start with the above, and then add anything it tells you it is missing or, you could go all out and copy the entire mirror in 2GB sized chunks to your Fedora machine's hard drive.That doesn't make any sense.Code: dpkg -l grep adduser ii adduser.113nmu3ubuntu3 all add and remove users and groups Agh,.(Essentially the only situation it won't is if you installed an alpha or beta system and never updated.) In the specific case of installing g, I would use apt-get.Suggested packages: g-multilib g-4.8-multilib gcc-4.8-doc libstdc6-4.8-dbg libstdc-4.8-doc.Adv Reply « Previous Thread Next Thread » Bookmarks Bookmarks Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct All times are GMT.