On Thu, Dec 01, 2005 at 11:10:22PM +0530, sohan kisna wrote:
I am a user of Debian linux.I am trying to use it as extecively as possibly
with all the pacakages it providies. I am a student studying B.Tech final
year from Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. I recently came to know about
"wajiz" which is used as another prompt in the terminal. I dont know exactly
what it is and how to use this. I am much eager to know about it.
I would be very thankfull if you provide me the detalied information and
help me out to us the linux more efficiently.I will be very thankful for
I'm taking a guess that you're actually referring to "wajig" which is
essentially a unified command line interface to the collection apt tools
such as apt-get, apt-cache, dpkg, etc.
I use it myself for the most part, though occasionally I will use
aptitude (big dist-upgrades on unstable for example). The basic commands
are similar to the commands for apt-get, such as update, install,
remove, purge, upgrade, dist-upgrade, etc. Other commands I use
frequently include search and whichpkg.
Documentation is available at
- From: sohan kisna <firstname.lastname@example.org>