I just wanted to ask if there exists an (K)ubuntu-based distro that has a lot of packages available. Similar to other multi-CD distros (think debian/Suse). The reason I ask is I do not have an internet connection at home, so apt-get in all its goodness, is of no use to me. I am sure my dire situation is shared by many individuals and institutions in the 3rd world. I need something I can download at work, burn, and then install packages when required.
I've just read a suggested thread similar to the one I'm starting, and I am beginning to think there's no such Ubuntu-based distro. I am a fairly knowledgeable guy, and I need lots of applications (I am a developer & use linux as my primary desktop OS). I am trying to migrate from openSuse, and thought with all this noise about it, Kubuntu is the way to go (yep, I'm in love with KDE & cant wait for KDE4).
I'l have to do Debian then, I guess, unless someone can help.