curtis wrote:Say you know the exact name of a package you want to install. You have two choices: either open up Synaptic, then search for the package, select for installation, click apply, then wait for it to install, or you would have to open up a terminal and install it using apt-get. Both of these options have many cons: using Synaptic, there are many steps involved and it isn't the fastest to load, and a terminal isn't exactly the friendliest interface. This is the reason I have created Minaptic.
I look forward to reading your feedback.
DrHu wrote:you are kidding, right?. How is this better than apt, when you know exactly which package name you want to install..
DrHu wrote:Don't you still need some idea of the package name you want, at least synaptic gives you a categories list on the left panel of its screen, which lets you wander thorough some categories, and that may be an easier way to locate specific application types
package = '-'.join(sys.argv[1:])
search = ' '.join(sys.argv[1:])
exploder wrote:This could be a nice application for a light desktop environment. Very impressive work!
emorrp1 wrote:Some people will say because it has a GUI. I will probably still use apt, but there are loads of threads here complaining about the terminal, so it's good to offer alternatives for those who want it.
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