Registered 2008-06-20 by Chris Oliver

Keryx lets Debian/Ubuntu users with poor/no internet connections to install new software and update old software.

Keryx is a free, open source application for offline Debian-based package management. The Keryx Project started as a way for users with dialup, or low-bandwidth internet to be able to download and update packages on their debian based distribution of linux. Mainly built for Ubuntu, Keryx allows users to select packages to install, check for updates, and download these packages onto a USB portable storage device. The packages are saved onto the device and are then taken back to the Linux box that it originated from and are then installed.

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Part of:
Keryx Project
Maintainer:
Keryx Admins
Driver:
mac9416
Licence:
GNU GPL v2, GNU GPL v3

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