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Re: KDE package manager

On 11/02/2011 12:22 PM, Sian Mountbatten wrote:
Having installed Debian/GNU wheezy onto my desktop, I am now looking
for some KDE applications.

The only package manager provided on wheezy is aptitude which is not the
world's easiest program to use.

Is there a KDE package manager available?

See if you can get Synaptic from your repo.  This is a very easy to use
package manager, and it's used in PCLinuxOS KDE, and in Mepis, and
probably in a bunch of other distros. (Look first in your system--maybe it's installed but not shown in your menu. In pclos, it is in
/usr/share/applications   and is called synaptic-kde.desktop)


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