Joined: Oct. 2003
||Posted: Mar. 09 2004,05:59
You still need to use the dpkg-restore script before you can install packages.
Please download the restore file on a networked computer and copy it over to your DSL computer:
Then run the dpkg-restore script.
Next, you will need to search for packages that end in .deb instead of .rpm
These are called Debian packages instead of RPMs.
Once you have copied the file to your computer from another computer that has network access (use USB flash disk or use CD-R), you can install the program by typing:
dpkg -i filename.deb
You can get many packages by downloading them from the following web site: