How do I get the package to the computer and how to install with apt?
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and all the packages those secondary packages require, back in the old days we called it Dependency Hell
Yes, you need to download all transitive dependencies.
But this isn’t dependency hell, it is just tedious. Dependency Hell is when your dependency tree requires two (or more) version of a single package so that not all of the dependencies can be satisfied.