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Keryx: Offline Package Manager For Ubuntu / Debian

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Keryx is a portable, open source and cross-platform package manager for APT-based (Ubuntu, Debian) systems. It provides a graphical interface for gathering updates, packages, and dependencies for offline computers.

Keryx currently only works for Debian based Linux distros (but like I said, the packages can be downloaded from Windows or Mac OS X too), but there are plans for adding support for a number of other package management systems.

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