I have a quagmire of a situation that would be so easily circumvented if even one factor could change...but I'm stuck with what I've got.
I have a Windows laptop that I can bring to areas where wi-fi exists. I have an Ubuntu desktop at home that I want to act as a Subversion (
SVN) server for version control. Quite simply I am setting up a home LAN and want to be able to go home at the end of the day, connect my laptop to the home network, and make source code commits.
The problem is that I don't have internet at home, and there's no way I can temporarily transfer my Ubuntu desktop to any place that has wired internet connections.
So, I need to download the SVN packages to my laptop, copy them to my Ubuntu machine, and then install them via
sudo dpkg -i the-svn-packages.deb.
So I did this for the
Ubuntu >> maverick >> i386 architecture >> subversion_1.6.12dfsg-1ubuntu1.3_i386.deb package, and when I ran
dpkg on it I got complaints that I was missing the following dependencies:
When I go to the Ubuntu official references for these two packages, it shows that they have their own dependencies, and those dependencies have their own dependencies...
All this to say, I am looking for a SVN install for Maverick Ubuntu that contains the entire dependency graph (as if I installed SVN using Synaptic or
apt-get). And for the life of me I cannot find this link.
Again, to reiterate my situation, I cannot connect my Ubuntu machine to the internet, and the only computer that I can connect to the internet is a Windows machine.
If no such SVN-with-full-dependencies-package exists, do any Linux gurus have any other suggestions? Thanks in advance!
Edit: Perhaps I can download some sort of Ubuntu "emulator" that would allow me to run Synaptic or
apt and download the full dependency graph on my Windows machine? Then I could just copy everything over to my Ubuntu server? I'm grasping at straws here, I know...