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Written by:
Alexio
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 Search Launchpad PPAs and add them to your software repositories list


A tool that searches Launchpad PPAs via command line and adds them to the used repositories is PPAsearch. It may be installed on Linux Mint 9 (as it is Ubuntu 10.04 compatible) and on Linux Mint 10 (or Ubuntu 10.10),

To install this tool you need to open the terminal and enter the following commands:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:wrinkliez/ppasearch
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get  install ppasearch

To search for a software PPA, just type in the terminal:

ppasearch software-name


You will see a list of PPAs that contain the packages and you may choose one by typing a number and confirm.

It is recommended to always try to add the official repository, the official PPA of the software.


Tags: PPA search install software
Created: 7 years ago.
Last edited: 7 years ago.
Read 1368 times.

Comments
7 years ago

Jac978
@Remoulder: but for the others whose prefer terminal this one can be usefull
@Alexio: thank you for this tutorial
 
7 years ago

remoulder
Ubuntu tweak is a better choice for most users to add ppa and other 3rd party repos imo.  

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