I've many PC already uses Mint KDE 14. How can I sync installed packages between these PCs?

P.S. Ubuntu Software Center already has this feature but it's not working under Mint.

asked 17 Jun '13, 13:50

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If you have one machine downloading and installing the packages, you could use rsync or some other utility to copy them to your other ones (provided they're on the network). apt-get looks for the downloaded packages in /var/cache/apt/archives so that's where you'd copy them from and to. Then when you run 'apt-get dist-upgrade' it won't have to download the files from any remote server again.

Or configure the other machines to use your "host" machine as a repository.

See Google search results: mint set up local repo

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answered 13 Feb '14, 19:12

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edited 13 Feb '14, 19:12

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