Here is a simple example that copies the binary files from all 4 sections (main, restricted, universe and multiverse) as well as the latest bug fixes.# apt-mirror configuration file ## ## The default configuration options (uncomment and change to override) ## # set base_path /tmp/ubuntumirror # ## Repositories to copy from - ## use a mirror so you don't overload the main server!!!# Lucid binaries - no source files deb lucid main restricted universe multiverse deb lucid-updates main restricted universe multiverse ## Clean up older files no longer in the archive clean should be cleared with a reboot).

XP Pro x64 (64-bit) Service information and Configurations are also online.

Before adjusting your service settings, ensure that you or your system has already installed all updates by “checking now” for any available updates via Windows Update.

I cannot possibly test all configurations extensively (meaning, each persons specific computer needs), but what I can offer is what “works for me” and the obstacles I have came across so you do not have to discover them on your own.

If information on this page needs a revision or expanded, please feel free to comment below.

An * (asterisk) indicates changes from the default.

Two ** (asterisks) indicates changes from Service Pack 2 to Service Pack 3.

Check out Keryx, it's an offline repository manager. It lets you download updates and new programs (with dependencies) to your flash drive.

Its interface is similar to synaptic but it works from a pendrive (it doesn't need installation).

Unfortunately, the GUI needs wxwidgets, which don't come preinstalled on Ubuntu (they're cross-platform and installable from here and ubuntu repository here).