APT based offline repo (small yad-bash project)

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  • #44242
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    Brian MasinickBrian Masinick

    @skidoo: I looked back at the “Installing Zoom…” topic, so I better understand the topic of the conversation – thanks for the pointer to what I missed in the conversation; got it now and it makes good sense.

    Appreciate your clarification.

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    Brian Masinick

    #44251
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    marcelocripemarcelocripe

    Mr. Brian Masinick,

    I think it is important for us to point out to you the moment we are in this stage of this topic.

    The context (mine):
    Since I started in this “world of Linux distributions”, my biggest difficulty is learning how to install programs and updates without internet access. Something that is trivial to do on a Windows operating system, is much more complicated to do on a Linux distribution.

    We have bad or dubious internet, computers with extremely different processing capacity and RAM. Therefore, using Snaptshot to create an ISO image to use it to install on multiple computers is not the best solution. Because one computer can receive a certain program that the other computer does not have the capacity to execute it.

    Imagine having to manage a network with two or more computers and they do not have access to the internet or if they do have access to the internet it will be on a bad connection, unstable and sometimes with a 3G signal (or in practice in 2G) or shared from smartphone.

    In the topic https://www.antixforum.com/forums/topic/suggestions-about-antix-linux-to-developers-and-maintainers/, I sent some suggestions to the antiX developers and maintainers, I shared this need in the item “3-Facilitate installation of programs (packages) without internet access, via pendrive, CD, DVD or in a local folder.”

    I remember well that at that time, you and many other colleagues brought several suggestions, so much so that it took me a long time to get a good understanding of the words translated from the online translators into Portuguese. PPC even thought that I had abandoned the topic, but it was not that, it was that the challenge in communication is very big, even with so much technology available, it is not enough to translate the loose words, it is necessary to understand the context and adapt them to be able possess complete meaning. From having to do this so much, it gave me the necessary knowledge base to face the site https://www.transifex.com/anticapitalista/antix-development/translate/#pt_BR and start making corrections and updates on antiX translations Linux and MX Linux for the Brazilian Portuguese language.

    Xecure and other colleagues presented several suggestions for solutions on how to install programs and updates without internet access, I was able to do some tests at the time, but others I was unable to do. On July 13, 2020 Xecure kindly released (a gift to me) the first version called “RepoManagement.zip”, executable program to download application programs and updates with internet access and install without internet access . Later, on July 19, 2020, this program was renamed “myAPTOfflineRepo.zip”.

    On the guidance of Rokytnji, Xecure created on July 20, 2020 this topic to be reserved for “myAPTOfflineRepo.zip”, which is now called “my-offline-repo (version) .zip”.

    I did tests on antiX:

    With the commands $ sudo dpkg -i * and $ sudo dpkg -i.

    With the programs:
    -CubeGet did not work as promised on its website, it does not open / run in the firefox internet browser installed on antiX 19.2;
    – apt-offline-gui, I installed it, the menu icon was created, but the program GUI does not open / run in antiX 19.2;
    -Synaptic, seemed to be a palliative solution until “my-offline-repo (version) .zip” was fully completed, but Synaptic cannot predict all the dependencies necessary to create the download script for the packages that will be downloaded on another computer and installed without internet access;
    -Gdeb was last and does not solve all problems, on the contrary, it created more problems.

    Until “my-offline-repo (version) .zip” is fully completed, I don’t see simple and easy alternatives for finding an executable program to download application programs with internet access and updates and install application programs without internet access and updates on other computers.

    marcelocripe
    (Original text in Brazilian Portuguese)

    ———-

    Sr. Brian Masinick,

    Eu acho que é importante pontuarmos para o senhor o momento que estamos nesta etapa deste tópico.

    O contexto (meu):
    Desde que eu iniciei neste “mundo das distribuições Linux”, a minha maior dificuldade é aprender a fazer instalações de programas e atualizações sem acesso à internet. Algo que é trivial de ser feito em um sistema operacional Windows, é muito mais complicado de ser feito em uma distribuição Linux.

    Temos internet ruim ou de qualidade duvidosa, computadores com capacidade de processamento e de memória RAM extremamente diferentes. Portanto, usar o Snaptshot para criar uma imagem ISO para usá-la para instalar em vários computadores não é a melhor solução. Pois um computador poderá receber um determinado programa que o outro computador não possui capacidade para executá-lo.

    Imagine ter que gerenciar uma rede com dois ou mais computadores e estes não possuírem acesso à internet ou se vierem a ter acesso à internet será em uma conexão ruim, instável e por vezes com sinal 3G (ou na prática em 2G) ou compartilhada a partir de um smartphone.

    No tópico https://www.antixforum.com/forums/topic/suggestions-about-antix-linux-to-developers-and-maintainers/, eu enviei algumas sugestões para os desenvolvedores e mantenedores do antiX, compartilhei esta necessidade no item “3-Facilitar instalações de programas (pacotes) sem acesso à internet, via pendrive, CD, DVD ou em pasta local.”

    Eu me lembro bem que naquela oportunidade, o senhor e tantos outros colegas trouxeram várias sugestões, tanto é que eu demorei um bom tempo para conseguir compreender bem as palavras traduzidas dos tradutores online para o idioma Português. O PPC até achou que eu havia abandonado o tópico, mas não foi isso, foi que o desafio na comunicação é bem grande, mesmo com tanta tecnologia disponível, não basta traduzir as palavras soltas, é preciso compreender o contexto e adaptá-las para poderem possuir sentido completo. De tanto ter que fazer isso, me deu a base de conhecimento necessário para encarar o site https://www.transifex.com/anticapitalista/antix-development/translate/#pt_BR e começar a fazer as correções e atualizações das traduções do antiX Linux e MX Linux para o idioma Português do Brasil.

    O Xecure e outros colegas apresentaram várias sugestões de soluções de como fazer instalações de programas e atualizações sem acesso a internet, eu consegui na época fazer alguns testes, mas outros eu não consegui fazer. No dia 13 de julho de 2020 o Xecure gentilmente disponibilizou (um presente para mim) a primeira versão chamada de “RepoManagement.zip”, programa executável para baixar com acesso à internet programas aplicativos e atualizações e instalar sem acesso à internet. Posteriormente, no dia 19 de julho de 2020 este programa passou a se chamado “myAPTOfflineRepo.zip”.

    Por orientação do Rokytnji, o Xecure criou no 20 de julho de 2020 este tópico para ser reservado ao “myAPTOfflineRepo.zip”, que passou a ser chamado “my-offline-repo(version).zip”.

    Eu fiz testes no antiX:

    Com os comandos $ sudo dpkg -i * e $ sudo dpkg -i.

    Com os programas:
    -o CubeGet não funcionou como prometido no seu site, ele não abre/executa no navegador de internet firefox instalado no antiX 19.2;
    – apt-offline-gui, eu o instalei, foi criado o ícone no menu, mas a GUI do programa não abre/executa no antiX 19.2;
    -Synaptic, parecia ser uma solução paliativa até o “my-offline-repo(version).zip” estivesse totalmente concluído, mas o Synaptic não consegue prever todas as dependências necessárias para criar o script de download dos pacotes que serão baixados em outro computador e instalados sem acesso à internet;
    -o Gdeb ficou por último e não resolve todos os problemas, ao contrário, criou mais problemas.

    Até que o “my-offline-repo(version).zip” esteja totalmente concluído, eu não vejo alternativas simples e fáceis para encontrar um programa executável para baixar com acesso à internet programas aplicativos e atualizações e instalar sem acesso à internet programas aplicativos e atualizações em outros computadores.

    marcelocripe
    (Texto original em Português do Brasil)

    #44252
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    Brian MasinickBrian Masinick

    Thank you for the update.

    I hope that a solution can be done that creates a complete system that you can use.

    Brian Masinick

    #44207
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    KooKoo

    ust wondering if it could be taken a step further, to also install programs that one installs after installing the main system.

    Do you mean to give a list of packages and get the program to search for dependencies and download them all for latter installation? I think it is doable. I will need to create a separate button inside Download packages to select “download from list”, and let you select a file with packagenames to download and create a .repo file for easy install later.

    I will have a look at this tonight.[/quote]

    Yes just like the offline updater, have the packagers that you normal install after installation of the system, stored so they can be installed offline.
    And even keep them updated just by checking for updates for the stored packages.

    Like having a script to install a package or packagers. Like below as an idea but from a stored off line repo.. Sorry it is a big scrpt.

    #!/bin/bash
    
    # Borrowed some of the syntax from DasGeek among others...
    # Tested on Debian Buster and Testing
    # Version 0.1
    
    ##  Define Temp location - "dis" stands for "debian-install-script"
    
    tmd_dir=/tmp/dis
    
    ##  Define some variables because I'm lazy
    
    install='apt install'
    update='apt update; apt upgrade -y'
    user=$USER
    #User=$(getent passwd 1000 | awk -F: '{ print $1}')
    
    ## Start script
    cp /etc/apt/sources.list /etc/apt/sources.list.original
    
    if [[ $EUID -ne 0 ]]; then
            echo "This script must be run as root type: sudo ./dialog.sh"
            exit 1
    else
            #Update and Upgrade
            echo "Updating and Upgrading"
            $update
    
            echo "Creating temporary folder"
            mkdir $tmp_dir
    
            $install dialog
            cmd=(dialog --title "LD-Installer" --separate-output --checklist "Please Select Software You Want To Install:" 22 80 16)
            options=(
    		#A "<----Category: Repositories---->" on
    			1_repos "	Grant Standard User Root Access" off
    			2_repos "	Contrib and Non-free Repos" off
    #			3_repos "	Testing Repos" off
    #			4_repos "	Unstable Repos" off
    #			5_repos "	Experimental Repos" off
    			6_repos "	Return to Original" off
    			7_repos "	Liquorx-Kernel" off
    		#B "<----Category: Alternate Installers---->" on
    			1_installer "	Snap Packages" off
    			2_installer "	Flatpak" off
    			3_installer "	Synaptic" off
    			4_installer "	PIP" off
    		#C "<----Category: Text Editors---->" on
    			1_editor "	Vim" off
    			2_editor "	Nano" off
    			3_editor "	Geany" off
    			4_editor "	emacs" off
    			5_editor "	Gedit" off
    		#D "<----Category: Phone---->" on
    			1_phone "	android" off
    			2_phone "	iphone" off
    		#E "<----Category: Terminal Programs---->" on
    			1_terminal "	Compress/Decompress" off
    			2_terminal "	UFW" off
    			3_terminal "	Identify hardware" off
    			4_terminal "	Python" off
    			5_terminal "	Cups" off
    			6_terminal "	Youtube-dl" off
    			7_terminal "	Htop" off
    			8_terminal "	Parted" off
    			9_terminal "	Curl" off
    			10_terminal "	Wget" off
    			11_terminal "	Ranger" off
    			12_terminal "	Dmenu" off
    			13_terminal "	Rofi" off
    			14_terminal "	Build Essential" off
    			15_terminal "	SSH" off
    			16_terminal "	Urxvt" off
    			17_terminal " 	Sakura" off
    			18_terminal "	Terminator" off
    			19_terminal "	Tilix" off
    			20_terminal "	Xterm" off
    		#F "<----Category: Terminal Customization---->" on
    			1_customize "	Neofetch" off
    			2_customize "	Screenfetch" off
    			3_customize "	Figlet" off
    			4_customize " 	Lolcat" off
    			5_customize "	Powerline" off
    		#G "<----Category: Email---->" on
    			1_email "	Thunderbird" off
    			2_email "	Neomutt" off
    			3_email "	Geary" off
    		#H "<----Category: Web Browsers/Downloaders---->" on
    			1_web "	Chromium" off
    			2_web "	Google Chrome" off
    			3_web "	Vivaldi" off
    			4_web "	ICE-SSB-Application" off
    			5_web "	Transmission" off
    		#I "<----Category: Networking---->" on
    			1_network "	SAMBA" off
    		#J "<----Category: Graphics---->" on
    			1_graphics "	Nvidia Driver" off
    			2_graphics "	AMD Driver" off
    		#K "<----Category: Sound---->" on
    			1_sound "	Pulse Audio" off
    			2_sound "	ALSA" off
    		#L "<----Category: Fonts---->" on
    			1_font "	Microsoft fonts" off
    			2_font "	Ubuntu fonts" off
    		#M "<----Category: Icons---->" on
    			1_icon "	Numix icons" off
    			2_icon "	Moka icons" off
    			3_icon "	Mate icons" off
    			4_icon "	Papirus icons" off
    			5_icon "	Deepin-icons" off
    		#N "<----Category: Photo Viewing/Editing---->" on
    			1_photo "	Feh" off
    			2_photo "	Gimp" off
    			3_photo "	Inkscape" off
    			4_photo "	Digikam" off
    			5_photo "	Darktable" off
    			6_photo "	Shotwell" off
    		#O "<----Category: Media Viewing/Editing/Converting---->" on
    			1_media "	Handbrake" off
    			2_media "	Kdenlive" off
    			3_media "	VLC" off
    			4_media "	Audacity" off
    			5_media "	Plex Media Server" off
    			6_media "	Simple Screen Recorder" off
    			7_media "	OBS Studio" off
    			8_media "	Optical Drive Software" off
    			9_media "	SM Player" off
    			10_media "	FFmpeg" off
    		#P "<----Category: Gaming---->" on
    			1_gaming "	Steam" off
    			2_gaming "	Lutris" off
    		#Q "<----Category: File Explorer---->" on
    			1_files "	Nemo" off
    			2_files "	Thunar" off
    			3_files "	Pcmanfm" off
    			4_files "	Caja" off
    			5_files "	Nautilus" off
    			6_files "	Dolphin" off
    		#R "<----Category: Desktop Customization---->" on
    			1_desktop "	nitrogen" off
    			2_desktop "	variety" off
    			3_desktop "	lxappearance" off
    			4_desktop "	conky" off
    			5_desktop "	QT matches GTK" off
    			6_desktop "	Vimix Theme" off
    			7_desktop "	Adapta Theme" off
    			8_desktop "	Polybar" off
    		#S "<----Category: File Systems---->" on
    			1_filesystem "	ZFS" off
    			2_filesystem " 	Exfat" off
    		#T "<----Category: Virtualizaion---->" on
    			1_virtual "	Virtualbox" off
    			2_virtual "	Gnome Boxes" off
    		#U "<----Category: System---->" on
    			1_system "	Swappiness=10" off
    			V "Post Install Auto Clean Up & Update" off)
    		choices=$("${cmd[@]}" "${options[@]}" 2>&1 >/dev/tty)
    		clear
    		for choice in $choices
    		do
    			case $choice in
    # Section A -----------------------Repositories----------------------------
    		1_repos)
    				#  Find the standard user you created during installation and make it a variable
    			User=$(getent passwd 1000 |  awk -F: '{ print $1}')
    				#  Echo the user into the sudoers file
    			echo "$User  ALL=(ALL:ALL)  ALL" >> /etc/sudoers
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    		2_repos)
    			#Enable Contrib and Non-free Repos
    			echo "enabling Contrib and Non-free Repos"
    			cat /etc/apt/sources.list >> /etc/apt/sources.list.bak
    			sed -e '/Binary/s/^/#/g' -i /etc/apt/sources.list
    			sed -i 's/main/main contrib non-free/gI' /etc/apt/sources.list
    			apt update
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    #		3_repos)
    #			#Enable Testing Repos
    #			echo "enabling Bullseye Repos"
    #			#cat /etc/apt/sources.list >> /etc/apt/sources.list.bak
    #			#echo "deb http://deb.debian.org/debian testing main contrib non-free" >> /etc/apt/sources.list
    #			apt update
    #			sleep 1
    #			;;
    #		4_repos)
    #			#Enable Unstable Repos
    #			echo "enabling Unstable Repos"
    #			#cat /etc/apt/sources.list >> /etc/apt/sources.list.bak
    #			#echo "deb http://ftp.us.debian.org/debian unstable main contrib non-free" >> /etc/apt/sources.list
    #			#echo "deb-src http://ftp.us.debian.org/debain unstable main contrib non-free" >> /etc/apt/sources.list
    #			apt update
    #			sleep 1
    #			;;
    #		5_repos)
    #			#Enable Experimental Repos
    #			cat /etc/apt/sources.list >> /etc/apt/sources.list.bak
    #			#echo "deb http://ftp.us.debian.org/debain experimental main contrib non-free" >> /etc/apt/sources.list
    #			#echo "deb-src http://ftp.us.debian.org/debian experimental main contrib non-free" >> /etc/apt/sources.list
    #			apt update
    #			sleep 1
    #			;;
    		6_repos)
    			#Return sources.list to original
    			echo "Returning /etc/apt/sources.list to its Original State
    			cat /etc/apt/sources.list.original > /etc/apt/sources.list
    			apt update
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    			
    		7_repos)
    			#Install dependencies
    			echo "installing dependencies"
    			sudo apt install curl wget apt-transport-https dirmngr
    			echo "getting custom kernel"
    			codename="$(find /etc/apt -type f -name '*.list' | xargs grep -E '^deb' | awk '{print $3}' | grep -Eo '^[a-z]+' | sort | uniq -c | sort -n | tail -n1 | grep -Eo '[a-z]+$')" && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install apt-transport-https && echo -e "deb http://liquorix.net/debian $codename main\ndeb-src http://liquorix.net/debian $codename main\n\n# Mirrors:\n#\n# Unit193 - France\n# deb http://mirror.unit193.net/liquorix $codename main\n# deb-src http://mirror.unit193.net/liquorix $codename main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/liquorix.list && curl https://liquorix.net/linux-liquorix.pub | sudo apt-key add - && sudo apt-get update
    			echo "DONE"
    			echo "running updates"
    			sudo apt update
    			echo "YOU CAN INSTALL THE NEW KERNEL MANUALLY NOW OR WHEN THIS SCRIPT FINISHES"
    
    # Section B ---------------------Alternate Installers----------------------------
    		1_installer)
    			#Install snap.d
    			echo "Installing Snap.d"
    			sudo apt install snapd -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		2_installer)
    			#Install flatpak
    			echo "installing Flatpak"
    			sudo apt install flatpak -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		3_installer)
    			#Install Synaptic
    			echo "installing Synaptic"
    			sudo apt install synaptic -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		4_installer)
    			#Install PIP
    			echo "installing PIP -python installer"
    			sudo apt install python-pip python3-pip -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    # Section C ------------------------Text Editors------------------------------
    
    		1_editor)
    			#Install Vim
    			echo "Installing VIM"
    			sudo apt install vim -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		2_editor)
    			#Install Nano
    			echo "Installing Nano"
    			sudo apt install nano -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		3_editor)
    			#Install Geany
    			echo "Installing Geany"
    			sudo apt install geany -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		4_editor)
    			#Install Emacs
    			echo "Installing Emacs"
    			sudo apt install emacs -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		5_editor)
    			#Install Gedit"
    			echo "Installing Gedit"
    			sudo apt install gedit -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    # Section D ---------------------------Phone------------------------------------
    
    		1_phone)
    			#Install Everything for Android Phones
    			echo "Installing Android SDK, ADB, Fastboot, and Build Tools"
    			sudo apt install android-sdk adb fastboot android-sdk-build-tools android-sdk-common android-sdk-platform-tools -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		2_phone)
    			#Install Everything to do with an iPhone"
    			echo "Installing All Packages for iPhone"
    			sudo apt install ideviceinstaller libimobiledevice-utils python-imobiledevice libimobiledevice6 libplist3 libplist-utils python-plist ifuse usbmuxd libusbmuxd-tools gvfs-backends gvfs-bin gvfs-fuse -yy
    			sudo echo "user_allow-other" >> /etc/fuse.conf
    			sudo usermod -aG fuse $User
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    # Section E --------------------------Terminal Programs---------------------------
    
    		1_terminal)
    			#Install Compression Programs
    			echo "Installing Compression Programs"
    			sudo apt install p7zip p7zip-full unrar-free  unrar unrar-free unzip zip -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		2_terminal)
    			#Install Firewall
    			echo "Installing UFW"
    			sudo apt install ufw gufw -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    	
    		3_terminal)
    			#Install Hardware Identifier"
    			echo "Installing lshw"
    			sudo apt install lshw lshw-gtk -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    	
    		4_terminal)
    			#Install Cups
    			echo "Installing CUPS"
    			sudo apt install cups cups-pdf -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    	
    		5_terminal)
    			#Install Youtube-dl
    			echo "Installing youtube-dl"
    			sudo apt install wget -yy
    			sudo wget https://yt-dl.org/latest/youtube-dl -O /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl
    			sudo chmod a+x /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl
    			hash -r
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    	
    		6_terminal)
    			#Install Htop"
    			echo "Installing Htop"
    			sudo apt install htop -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    	
    		7_terminal)
    			#Install Parted
    			echo "Installing Parted and Gparted"
    			sudo apt install parted gparted -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    	
    		8_terminal)
    			#Install Curl
    			echo "Installing Curl"
    			sudo apt install curl -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    	
    		9_terminal)
    			#Install Wget
    			echo "Installing Wget"
    			sudo apt install wget -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    	
    		10_terminal)
    			#Install Ranger
    			echo "Installing Ranger"
    			sudo apt install ranger -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    	
    		11_terminal)
    			#Install Dmenu
    			echo "Installing Dmenu"
    			sudo apt install dmenu -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    	
    		12_terminal)
    			#Install Rofi
    			echo "Installing Rofi"
    			sudo apt install rofi -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    	
    		13_terminal)
    			#Install Build-Essential
    			echo "Installing Build-Essential"
    			sudo apt install build-essential cmake -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    	
    		14_terminal)
    			#Install SSH
    			echo "Installing SSH"
    			sudo apt install ssh -yy
    			sudo systemctl enable ssh
    			sudo systemctl start ssh
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    	
    		15_terminal)
    			#Install Urxvt
    			echo "Installing Urxvt"
    			sudo apt install rxvt-unicode -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    	
    		16_terminal)
    			#Install Sakura
    			echo "Installing Sakura"
    			sudo apt install sakura -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    	
    		17_terminal)
    			#Install Terminator
    			echo "Installing Terminator"
    			sudo apt install terminator -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    	
    		18_terminal)
    			#Install Tilix
    			echo "Installing Tilix"
    			sudo apt install tilix -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    	
    		19_terminal)
    			#Install Xterm
    			echo "Install XTerm"
    			sudo apt install xterm -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    # Section F -------------------------Terminal Customization--------------------------
    
    		1_customize)
    			#Install Neofetch
    			echo "Installing Neofetch"
    			sudo apt install Neofetch -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		2_customize)
    			#Install Screenfetch
    			echo "Installing Screenfetch"
    			sudo apt install screenfetch -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		3_customize)
    			#Install Figlet
    			echo "Installing Figlet"
    			sudo apt install figlet -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		4_customize)
    			#Install Lolcat
    			echo "Installing lolcat"
    			sudo apt install lolcat -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		5_customize)
    			#Install Powerline
    			echo "Installing Powerline"
    			sudo apt install powerline git -yy
    			#Make a powerline font folder
    			sudo mkdir /usr/share/fonts/powerline
    			# clone powerline fonts from github
    			git clone https://github.com/powerline/fonts
    			# change directories into fonts folder created by cloning powerline from github
    			cd fonts
    			# run installation script for powerline fonts
    			./install.sh
    			# copy powerline fonts into the powerline folder wer created eariler
    			sudo cp /home/$USER/.local.share/fonts/*Powerline* /usr/share/fonts/powerline
    			#backup the bashrc just to be safe
    			sudo cp .bashrc .bashrc.bak
    			#enable Powerline Shell
    			echo "if [ -f /usr/share/powerline/bindings/bash/powerline.sh ]; then
    			    source /usr/share/powerline/bindings/bash/powerline.sh
    			fi" >> .bashrc
    			# Restart Bash
    			. .bashrc
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    # Section G ----------------------------------Terminal Customization------------------------
    
    		1_email)
    			#Install Thunderbird
    			echo "Installing Thunderbird"
    			sudo apt install thunderbird -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		2_email)
    			#Install NeoMutt
    			echo "Install NeoMutt"
    			sudo apt install neomutt -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		3_email)
    			#Install Geary
    			echo "Installing Geary"
    			sudo apt install geary -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    # Section H ----------------------------------Web Browsers/Downloaders-------------------------
    
    		1_web)
    			#Install Chromium
    			echo "Installing Chromium"
    			sudo apt install chromium -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		2_web)
    			#Install Google Chrome
    			echo "Installing Gooogle Chrome"
    			sudo apt install wget -yy
    			wget https://dl.google.com/linux/direct/google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb
    			sudo dpkg -i google-chome*.deb
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		3_web)
    			#Install Vivaldi
    			echo "Installing Vivaldi"
    			sudo apt install wget -yy
    			wget https://downloads.vivaldi.com/stable/vivaldi-stable_2.1.1337.47-1_amd64.deb
    			sudo dpkg -i vivaldi*.deb
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		4_web)
    			#Install ICE-SSB-Application
    			echo "Installing ICE-SSB-Application"
    			sudo apt install wget -yy
    			wget https://launchpad.net/~peppermintos/+archive/ubuntu/ice-dev/+files/ice_6.0.5_all.deb
    			sudo dpkg -i ice*.deb
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		5_web)
    			#Install Transmission
    			echo "Installing Transmission"
    			sudo apt install transmission-gtk -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    # Section I ----------------------------------Networking----------------------------------------------
    
    		1_network)
    			#Install Samba
    			echo "Installing Samba"
    			sudo apt install samba samba-common samba-libs cifs-utils libcups2 cups smbclient gvfs-backends net-tools network-manager network-manager-openvpn network-manager-openvpn-gnome
    			#backup smb.conf
    			sudo cp /etc/samba/smb.conf /etc/samba/smb.conf.bak
    			sudo chmod 755 /etc/samba/smb.conf.bak
    			sudo chmod 755 /etc/samba/smb.conf
    			sudo grep -v -E "^#|^;" /etc/samba/smb.conf.bak | grep . > /etc/samba/smb.conf
    			sudo systemctl enable smbd
    			sudo systemctl start smbd
    			sudo systemctl enable nmbd
    			sudo systemctl start nmbd
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    # Section J -------------------------------Graphics---------------------------------------------------
    
    		1_graphics)
    			#Install Nvidia Driver
    			echo "Installing Nvidia Driver"
    			echo "Make sure you have the contrib and non-free repos enabled and updated"
    			sudo apt install nvidia-driver -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		1_graphics)
    			#Install AMD Driver
    			echo "Installing AMD firmware for graphics cards"
    			sudo apt install firmware-amd-graphics -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    # Section K --------------------------------------Sound----------------------------------------------
    
    		1_sound)
    			#Install Pulse Audio
    			echo "Installing Pulse Audio"
    			sudo apt install pulseaudio pulseaudio-utils pavucontrol pulseaudio-equalizer gstreamer1.0-pulseaudio -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		2_sound)
    			#Install ALSA
    			echo "Installing ALSA"
    			sudo apt install alsa-utils gstreamser1.0-alsa alsamixergui alsaplayer-gtk alsa-player-daemon alsa-player-common alsa-player-alsa libao-common libao-dbd libao-dev libao4 libasound2 libasound-data libasoundev-libasound-doc libasound-plugins -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    # Section L -------------------------------------Fonts------------------------------------------------
    
    		1_font)
    			#Install Microsoft fonts
    			echo "Installing Microsoft fonts"
    			sudo apt install ttf-mscorefonts-installer -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		2_font)
    			#Install Ubuntu fonts
    			echo "Installing Ubuntu fonts"
    			# make an ubuntu font folder
    			sudo mkdir /usr/share/fonts/truetype/ubuntu-fonts
    			# download ubuntu font family
    			sudo apt install wget unzip -yy
    			wget https://assets.ubuntu.com/v1/fad7939b-ubuntu-font-family-0.83.zip
    			unzip *.zip
    			# change directories into unzipped ubuntu folder
    			cd ubuntu-font-family*
    			# move all ttf fonts into the ubuntu font folder we created eariler
    			sudo mv *.ttf /usr/share/fonts/truetype/ubuntu-fonts/
    			# change directories back home
    			cd ..
    			# remove all files dending in ".zip"
    			rm *.zip
    			# remove all folders beginning with "ubuntu-font-family"
    			rm -r ubuntu-font-family*
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    # Section M ---------------------------------Icons---------------------------------------------------
    
    		1_icon)
    			#Install Numix Icons
    			echo "Installing Numix Icons"
    			sudo apt install numix-icon-theme -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		2_icon)
    			#Install Moka Icons
    			echo "Installing Moka Icons"
    			sudo apt install moka-icon-theme -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		3_icon)
    			#Install Mate Icons
    			echo "Installing Mate Icons"
    			sudo apt install mate-icon-theme mate-icon-theme-faenza -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		4_icon)
    			#Install Papirus Icons
    			echo "Installing Papirus Icons"
    			sudo apt install papirus-icon-theme -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		5_icon)
    			#Install Deepin Icons
    			echo "Installing Deepin Icons"
    			sudo apt install deepin-icon-theme -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    # Section N ---------------------------------Photo Viewing/Editing--------------------------------------
    
    		1_photo)
    			#Install Feh
    			echo "Installing Feh"
    			sudo apt install feh -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		2_photo)
    			#Install Gimp
    			echo "Installing Gimp"
    			sudo apt install gimp -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		3_photo)
    			#Install Inkscape
    			echo "Installing Inkscape"
    			sudo apt install inkscape -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		4_photo)
    			#Install Digikam
    			echo "Installing Digikam"
    			sudo apt install digikam -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		5_photo)
    			#Install Darktable
    			echo "Installing Darktable"
    			sudo apt install darktable -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		6_photo)
    			#Install Shotwell
    			echo "Installing Shotwell"
    			sudo apt install shotwell shotwell-common -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    # Section O --------------------------Media Viewing/Editing/Converting---------------------------------
    
    		1_media)
    			#Install Handbrake
    			echo "Installing Handbrake"
    			sudo apt install handbrake -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		2_media)
    			#Install Kdenlive
    			echo "Installing Kdenlive"
    			sudo apt install kdenlive -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		3_media)
    			#Install VLC
    			echo "Installing VLC"
    			sudo apt install VLC -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		4_media)
    			#Install Audacity
    			echo "Installaing Audacity"
    			sudo apt install audacity -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		5_media)
    			#Install Plex Media Server
    			echo "Installing Plex Media Server"
    			sudo apt install wget -yy
    			wget -q https://downloads.plex.tv/plex-media-server-new/1.16.2.1321-ad17d5f9e/debian/plexmediaserver_1.16.2.1321-ad17d5f9e_amd64.deb
    			sudo dpkg -i plex*.deb
    			sudo systemctl enable plexmediaserver
    			sudo systemctl start plexmediaserver
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		6_media)
    			#Install Simple Screen Recorder
    			echo "Installing Simple Screen Recorder"
    			sudo apt install simplescreenrecorder -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		7_media)
    			#Install OBS Studio
    			echo "Installing OBS-Studio"
    			sudo apt install obs-studio -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		8_media)
    			#Install Optical Drive Software
    			echo "Installing Optical Drive Software"
    			sudo apt install k3b asunder -yy
    			sudo chmod 4711 /usr/bin/cdrdao
    			sudo chmod 4711 /usr/bin/wodim
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		9_media)
    			#Install SM Player
    			echo "Installing SMPlayer"
    			sudo apt install smplayer smplayer-themes -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		10_media)
    			#Install FFmpeg
    			echo "Install FFmpeg"
    			sudo apt install ffmpeg -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    # Section P --------------------------------Gaming-------------------------------------------------
    
    		1_gaming)
    			#Installing Steam
    			ulimit -Hn > ulimit.txt
    			# fix permissions for scripting
    			sudo chown $USER /etc/apt/sources.list.d
    			# add 32bit architecture
    			sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386
    			# update
    			sudo apt update -yy
    			# Install vulkan and mesa drivers
    			sudo apt install mesa-vulkan-drivers mesa-vulkan-drivers:i386 -yy
    			# Install dxvk
    			sudo apt install dxvk dxvk-wine32-development dxvk-wine64-development -yy
    			# Install Steam
    			sudo apt install steam -yy
    			# Install game mode
    			sudo apt install gamemode -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		2_gaming)
    			#Install Lutris
    			echo " Installing Lutris"
    			# import wine gpg key
    			sudo chown $User /etc/apt/sources.list
    			sudo chmod 755 /etc/apt/sources.list
    			sudo chown $User /etc/apt/sources.list.d/
    			sudo chmod 755 /etc/apt/sources.list.d/
    			sudo wget -nc https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/winehq.key
    			# add wine gpg key
    			sudo apt-key add winehq.key
    			# add wine repository
    			sudo touch /etc/apt/sources.list.d/wine.list
    			sudo echo "deb https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/debian buster main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/wine.list
    			# update
    			sudo apt update -yy
    			# Install wine staging
    			sudo apt install --install-recommends winehq-staging -yy
    			# Install wine-tricks
    			sudo apt install winetricks -yy
    			# Install PlayOnLinux
    			sudo apt install playonlinux -yy
    			# Import lutris repository key
    			sudo wget https://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/strycore/Debian_9.0/Release.key
    			# Add key with apt
    			sudo apt-key add Release.key
    			# Add Lutris Repository
    			sudo touch /etc/apt/sources.list.d/lutris.list
    			sudo echo "deb http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/strycore/Debian_9.0/ ./" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/lutris.list
    			$update
    			sudo apt install lutris -yy
    			# Change Permissions to Root
    			sudo chown root:root /etc/apt/sources.list
    			sudo chmod 600 /etc/apt/sources.list
    			sudo chown root:root /etc/apt/sources.list.d/
    			sudo chmod 600 /etc/apt/sources.list.d/
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    # Section Q -----------------------------------File Explorers-----------------------------------------------
    
    		1_files)
    			#Install Nemo
    			echo "Installing Nemo"
    			sudo apt install nemo nemo-python nemo-data nemo-fileroller ffmpegthumbnailer nemo-nextcloud nemo-owncloud -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		2_files)
    			#Install Thunar
    			echo "Installing Thunar"
    			sudo apt install thunar thunar-data thunar-archive-plugin thunar-media-tags-plugin thunar-vcs-plugin thunar-volman ffmpegthumbnailer -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		3_files)
    			#Install Pcmanfm
    			echo "Installing Pcmanfm"
    			sudo apt install pcmanfm pcmanfm-qt ffmpegthumbnailer -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		4_files)
    			#Install Caja
    			echo "Installing Caja"
    			sudo apt install caja caja-common caja-actions caja-actions-common caja-admin caja-extensions-common caja-image-converter caja-open-terminal caja-sendto caja-share caja-wallpaper caja-xattr-tage caja-rename caja-seahorse caja-nextcloud caja-owncloud caja-dropbox ffmpegthumbnailer -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		5_files)
    			#Install Nautilus
    			echo "Installing Nautilus"
    			sudo apt install nautilus nautilus-data nautilus-admin nautilus-compare nautilus-hide nautilus-scripts-manager nautilus-sendto nautilus-share ffmpegthumbnailer -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		6_files)
    			#Install Dolphin
    			echo "Installing Dolphin"
    			sudo apt install doplhin dolphin-dev ffmpegthumbnailer -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    # Section R ----------------------------------Desktop Customization---------------------------------------------
    
    		1_desktop)
    			#Install nitrogen
    			echo "Installing nitrogen"
    			sudo apt install nitrogen -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		2_desktop)
    			#Install Variety
    			echo "Installing Variety"
    			sudo apt install variety -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		3_desktop)
    			#Install LX Appearance
    			echo "Installing LXAppearance"
    			sudo apt install lxappearance -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		4_desktop)
    			#Install conky
    			echo "Installing Conky"
    			sudo apt install conky-all
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		5_desktop)
    			#Make qt match gtk
    			echo "Make QT match GTK Themes"
    			sudo chown $User /etc/environment
    			sudo chmod 755 /etc/environment
    			sudo echo "QT_QPA_PLATFORMTHEME=gtk2" >> /etc/environment
    			sudo chown root:root /etc/environment
    			sudo chmod 600 /etc/environment
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		6_desktop)
    			#Install Vimix Theme
    			echo "Installing Vimix Theme"
    			#Install git
    			sudo apt install git -yy
    			#Clone the git Repo
    			echo "Cloning the Git Repo"
    			git clone https://github.com/vinceliuice/vimix-gtk-themes
    			cd vimix-gtk-themes
    			./Install
    			cd ..
    			sudo rm -r vimix*
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		7_desktop)
    			#Install Adapta Theme
    			echo "Installing Adapta Themes"
    			sudo apt install adapta-gtk-theme -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    			
    		8_desktop)
    			# Install polybar
    			echo "installing Dependencies"	
    			sudo apt install cmake cmake-data libcairo2-dev libxcb1-dev libxcb-ewmh-dev -yy
    			sudo apt install libxcb-icccm4-dev libxcb-image0-dev libxcb-randr0-dev libxcb-util0-dev -yy
    			sudo apt install libxcb-xkb-dev pkg-config python-xcbgen xcb-proto libxcb-xrm-dev -yy
    			sudo apt install libasound2-dev libmpdclient-dev libiw-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev -yy
    			sudo apt install libpulse-dev ccache libxcb-composite0 libxcb-composite0-dev -yy
    				# Download from polybar from github
    			echo "Downloading Polybar form Github"
    			git clone https://github.com/jaagr/polybar.git
    				# Change directories into polybar
    			cd polybar
    			echo "Installing Polybar"
    			./build.sh
    			;;
    
    # Section S -----------------------------------File Systems-------------------------------------------
    
    		1_filesystem)
    			#Install ZFS
    			echo " Make sure you have the contrib and non-free repos enabled and updated"
    			sleep 1
    			echo "Installing the headers for your kernel"
    			sudo apt install linux-headers-"$(uname -r)" linux-image-amd64 -yy
    			echo "Installing the ZFS DKMS and Utilities"
    			sudo apt install zfs-dkms zfsutils-linux -yy
    			echo "Installing kernel modules"
    			sudo modprobe zfs
    			echo "Enabling ZFS Services"
    			sudo systemctl enable zfs.target
    			sudo systemctl enable zfs-import-cache
    			sudo systemctl enable zfs-mount
    			sudo systemctl enable zfs-import.target
    			sudo systemctl enable zfs-import-scan
    			sudo systemctl enable zfs-share
    			echo "Starting ZFS Services"
    			sudo systemctl start zfs.target
    			sudo systemctl start zfs-import-cache
    			sudo systemctl start zfs-mount
    			sudo systemctl start zfs-import.target
    			sudo systemctl start zfs-import-scan
    			sudo systemctl start zfs-share
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		2_filesystem)
    			#Install Exfat
    			echo "Installing Exfat Utilities"
    			sudo apt install exfat-utils -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    # Section T ------------------------------------Virtualization------------------------------------------
    
    		1_virtual)
    			#Install Virtualbox
    			echo "wget is needed... installing"
    			sudo apt install wget -yy
    			echo "Setting up the Repository"
    			wget -q https://www.virtualbox.org/download/oracle_vbox_2016.asc -O- | sudo apt-key add -
    			wget -q https://www.virtualbox.org/download/oracle_vbox.asc -O- | sudo apt-key add -
    			echo "Adding Repo to Sources.list"
    			sudo chown $USER /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ 
    			sudo chmod 755 /etc/apt/sources.list.d/
    			sudo echo "deb http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/debian bionic contrib" >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/virtualbox.list
    			echo "Running Updates"
    			sudo apt update -yy
    			echo "Installing Virtualbox"
    			sudo apt install virtualbox-6.0 -yy
    			echo "Downloading Extension Pack"
    			wget -q https://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/6.0.10/Oracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack-6.0.10.vbox-extpack
    			echo "Adding user to the vbox user group"
    			sudo usermod -aG vboxusers $User
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		2_virtual)
    			#Install Gnome Boxes
    			echo "Installing Gnome Boxes"
    			sudo apt install gnome-boxes -yy
    			sleep 1
    			;;
    
    		V)
    			#Cleanup
    			echo "Cleaning up"
    			sudo apt update -yy
    			sudo apt upgrade -yy
    			sudo apt autoremove -yy
    			rm -rf $tmp_dir
    			;;
    		esac
    	done
    fi
    
    

    T430 i7-3632QM 16gb , antiX-19.2.1-runit_x64-base Hannie Schaft 29 March 2020 , 5.8.16-antix.1-amd64-smp
    Testing 21a on T430.

    #44314
    Member
    XecureXecure

    Yes just like the offline updater, have the packagers that you normal install after installation of the system, stored so they can be installed offline.
    And even keep them updated just by checking for updates for the stored packages.

    I can make it so you load a file with a list of packages and download them and their dependencies, but for updates, you would need to run the same file after some time and it will automatically download the newer versions, as it already does when selecting a package to download.

    Give me some time. After I add new options I usually test them, but I cannot do this right now. Once I have something working and tested, I will update the topic with the new version.

    #44523
    Member
    XecureXecure

    New version 0.11.8 now includes options:
    – Download packages and dependencies from a list inside a file. If you have a file with a list of packages (plain names of packages, in one line or various lines, separated by spaces or commas), you can use it so that the program downloads all listed packages. If some of the programs are already listed in the exclude file and you want to download them anyway, disable the use of the exclude file.
    – Now you can create the packagelist with a button for your offline system. This is used for downloading updates in an online system (using the packagelist of the offline system as reference).

    Small fixes (getting description on install window) and updated translation for pt and pt_BR.

    Any strange behaviour, please let me know.

    Edit: added file (badwolf didn’t upload it without JS. My bad).

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