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Select <guilabel>Other Software</guilabel> and click on the <guibutton>Add CD-ROM</guibutton> button.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:354(para)
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Insert the CD.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:358(para)
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The packages should then be listed. To have Synaptic only list packages from the CD, click the <guibutton>Origin</guibutton> button on the lower left corner of the Synaptic window and then find the name of the CD in the list in the upper left corner the window.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:361(para)
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Using APTonCD to install packages
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:370(title)
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<application>APTonCD</application> can be used to create a CD that contains all the packages you have on your system, or it can create CDs with packages or entire repositories of your choice. In a package manager such as <application>Synaptic</application>, find the <emphasis>aptoncd</emphasis> package and install it.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:371(para)
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Further documentation on APTonCD can be found on its website, <ulink url="http://aptoncd.sourceforge.net"> aptoncd.sourceforge.net</ulink>
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:378(para)
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What is restricted and non-free software?
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:388(title)
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Most of the software available for Ubuntu is free, open-source software. This software is free for anyone to install and use, and people can modify the software and redistribute it if they like. Ubuntu is built from this type of software.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:389(para)
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<emphasis role="strong">Non-free software</emphasis> is software which is not freely redistributable or modifiable. This makes it difficult for the Ubuntu developers to improve the software and correct problems, so it is normally recommended that you use <ulink url="http://www.ubuntu.com/project/about-ubuntu/our-philosophy"> free software</ulink> instead.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:408(para)
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<emphasis role="strong">Restricted software</emphasis> is software which has restrictions on its use, preventing it from being classed as free software. Non-free software is a type of restricted software, where the restrictions are due to the software having a non-free license. Other reasons for software being classed as restricted include legal issues (use of some types of software is illegal in some countries) and patent issues (some software requires a patent license to be used legally).
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:402(para)
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Contributors to this translation: Lasha Gvaramia, Vladimer Sichinava.