apt and caching .deb's
Apt downloads all the packages and then installs them. Every RH
and Debian network method I've seen does this. Is there a way to download
a package, install it and throw the deb away, to save disk space ?
If I wait too long between upgrades, I run into big problems.
Otherwise apt is impressive. When I show someone how it quietly
upgrades 100 packages, it impresses the hell out of them.
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