Olá, uma boa(a meu ver) ideia que teve um BOFH do BDK, o tavillo1980
, é apresentar para a mandriva uma utilidade para baixar rpms de forma "automática", algo assim como um urpmi off line. Como podem ver bastante útil para estas latitudes.
Peço que deem uma olhada no bug do tavillo1980 e no site do projeto Sushi, huh?
Sites: http://sourceforge.net/projects/sushi-huh/ http://sushi-huh.sourceforge.net/
Edit: outro bug relacionado https://qa.mandriva.com/show_bug.cgi?id=56642
Texto do bug:Hi
I'd like to suggest to Mandriva, to consider the following tool: Sushi, huh?
Project's site says: "Sushi, huh? is an aplication for download GNU/Linux
packages from another OS or Linux distribution, for an posterior offline
installation. Thinked for people that not have connection to Internet."
Sushi, huh? is a GPLv3 tool designed for people who hasn't internet connection
in the PC with GNU/Linux and need to download software packages.
Sushi, huh? solves dependencies and downloads all software packages so the user
can take them to the PC into a USB key.
Sushi, huh? is written in Python and it's multi-platform (Windows, Linux, etc).
It works from USB key, without installation.
It was born for Mandriva, but actually it's multi-distro.
You can read about the project here:
I think off-line installation is one weakness in Linux (all distros).
Personally, I didn't have Internet until a month ago.
IMHO, tools like this are needed. So, Mandriva could help/collaborate with this
project. And, maybe, include it as part of Mandriva.