@mhamzahkhan oh and of course the repos of older releases.
But in that case you might have to extract the deb and change required dependency versions in the control file (and that will come with its own set of problems)
@mhamzahkhan Yeah. The first thing I would to is check if it's in your apt cache, I think the path is /var/cache/apt.
You can also find the files that belong to an (installed) package by running dpkg-query -L packagename. If it's a lot of files and you don't know of a practical way to deal with it let me know.
If that doesn't take you all the way let me know and I'll see what else we can come up with. :)
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