roadrash wrote:You can also use synaptic which is the most popular package manager & my personal choice. Mint already has it installed but you cant see it because there is no icon for it in the desktop menus. But if you open a terminal and type sudo synaptic it should run. I would suggest while you have synaptic running, you do a search for it and choose to re-install it which will then put an icon in the menu to make it easier the next time you want it.
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