Need to install away server w/ Open Stack from broadband - but how?
Here is what I believe to be an unusual question.
I've always installed Ubuntu desktop (many versions and flavors) with a decent internet connection, but now I find myself preparing for my first-ever server (13.04) installation, in a place without broadband. I therefore wish to prepare for installing everything from media, which I would download before I wander off to the Boonies.
How can I download all the files I would need for a complete Open Stack install, onto movable media, before I leave the blue blanket of my broadband connection?
Once downloaded and a basic install performed, would I install additional packages needed by apt after revising /etc/apt/sources.lst to point to where the Big Pile o' Files be, or would I manually install each with dpkg, or, on the Gripping Hand, do it in a way I do not yet recognize?
Thank you kindly.
73s and best regards de K7AAY, USNG: 10T ER 3007628876 (NAD 83)
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