aptitude

Terminal-based package manager
  https://aptitude.alioth.debian.org/
  10
  11 reviews



Aptitude is a package manager with a number of useful features, including: a mutt-like syntax for matching packages in a flexible manner, dselect-like persistence of user actions, the ability to retrieve and display the Debian changelog of most packages, and a command-line mode similar to that of apt-get.

aptitude is also Y2K-compliant, non-fattening, naturally cleansing, and housebroken.
Latest reviews
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greggha 4 years ago

Great when troubleshooting from TTY. Lacks detailed search functioning; but is otherwise robust (great for conflict management vs. apt)

4
iosonoscrive 4 years ago

Interesante

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Hammer459 4 years ago

Why?? apt-get works just as well

4
Rebel450 4 years ago

when all went wrong - you will love it ...

5
rickylall 4 years ago

Love this!!!

5
rainserpent 6 years ago

Always use it.

5
jahid_0903014 6 years ago

must

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chucosfinest 7 years ago

remove

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lilEndian 7 years ago

Aptitude is the perfect frontend for apt. It has an ncurses frontend and dependency solutions. Using apt-get without aptitude should be a punishment, not a default.

4
ulysses 7 years ago

I like it !

4
Hil002 8 years ago

Aptitude trabaja sin dejar tanta basura en la cache y temp que apt-get