Portable Package Manager for Linux. Download new repositories and applications, and install or update it offline.
[NOTICE] This Camicri Cube application is no longer maintained.
Please use Camicri Cube Server, an enhanced version of Camicri Cube
Camicri Cube is a portable package manager (Like Synaptic and Ubuntu Software Center, but a portable one) that can be used and run in any platform (Windows, Apt-Based Linux Distributions), online and offline, in flashdrive or any removable devices without installing anything. It enables you to download Linux Applications in any computer, and installs it back to your original computer. It is developed in hope that it become useful to offline Linux users community and to make Linux applications easier to download and install.
Cross-platform. Cube is written in C# Language, which runs in a Microsoft Windows .Net Framework. And thanks to Mono, an open source implementation of .Net Framework based on ECMA standards, these C# applications can be brought also to open source community.
Portable. Target users are offline users, so we develop a portable and standalone application. Cube in Linux contains bundled mono-framework and additional applications inside of it, so no additional packages are required to be installed. Just simply extract it in your home directory and run. You can easily run it in multiple Linux computers.
Fast. Cube uses third party download accelerators (Aria2 and Axel) that has a multi-segment/
Cube is created and maintained by Jake Capangpangan, Camicri Systems Philippines
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Cube App Share Tutorial
A nice and detailed article on how to use Cube :)
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All bugs Latest bugs reported
Bug #1471059: Cube crashes when click any button
Reported on 2015-07-03
Bug #1421065: using on Windows 7 no button clickable in UI
Reported on 2015-02-12
Bug #1403370: CamicriCube crashes on Win 8.1 with all dependencies installed
Reported on 2014-12-17
Bug #1400008: udev file not found 404 error
Reported on 2014-12-07
Bug #1384805: chmod command not responding
Reported on 2014-10-23