Se pretendem fazer um upgrade aos vossos sistemas livres, Debian e derivados e estão sem banda larga, existem diversas possibilidades, a mais simples é um liveCD, mas o projecto Keryx fornece outra alternativa.
Keryx was written by Southern Illinois University computer science student Chris Oliver, who wanted a way to download software and updates for Ubuntu systems that had little or no connectivity. Simply put Keryx on your pen drive, use it to create a new project file which retains a copy of your software sources and other system details, then take the pen drive to a computer with a better connection. Via it’s Synaptic like interface, users can then select all updates for download, plus select any other software they may want to install, complete with dependency resolution.
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