Re: wajig < > apt-get
Michael Pobega <email@example.com>:
> For those out there who are interested in having a CLI interface without
> having to install Wajig, check out aptsh.
> Also, for those out there that like aptitude, look into `feta`.
aptsh looks interesting, based on the manpage. feta looks bloody
wild! :-) Thanks for those, and what an interesting list of stuff
they pull in (here, at least):
alien auto-apt dctrl-tools debfoster debhelper deborphan debsums
dialog dpkg-repack fakeroot grep-dctrl html2text intltool-debian
libbeecrypt6 libmail-sendmail-perl librpm4 libsqlite3-0 po-debconf
I can do without rpm, alien, and sudo, but there's a few things there
I didn't know I didn't have (custom install).
> Soon I plan on designing a good front-end for aptitude (Or perhaps I'll
> just work on Aptitude itself, I've yet to decide). Waiting for winter
> break from college before I start anything.
Thanks for that too. Have fun.
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