clem wrote:I would personally not recommend to use Automatix on Linux Mint.
Automatix is made for Ubuntu, not for Linux Mint It probably assumes to find a certain configuration and doesn't actually check what is installed. Also, Automatix is not used to create Linux Mint, so it's possible some applications get installed in a different way.
I would personally not recommend to use Automatix on Linux Mint.
jude wrote:Instead of using Automatix just goto Applications > Add/Remove. You can browse for applications or search by title. I think that's the easiest way yet to install and find apps.
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