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Re: A few questions (buster and presentation)




Quoting Paul Sutton (2019-04-16 20:59:54)
> 
> 
> On 16/04/2019 19:19, Jonas Smedegaard wrote:
> > Quoting Paul Sutton (2019-04-16 19:27:34)
> >> There are 3 main ways to install packages,  I have tried to explain this
> >> in the presentation as
> >>
> >> Apt - 1.8.0 - command line tool (universal)
> >> Gnome-packagekit - used for gnome desktop environment
> >> Synaptic - 0.84.5 used for most other Desktop Environment(s)
> > 
> > There are more - these are the ones I know of (registered with boxer):
> > 
> > command-line:
> >   * apt
> >   * packagekit-tools
> >   * cupt
> >   * wajig
> > 
> > command-line and scripted:
> >   * apt-get
> > 
> > scripted:
> >   * unattended-upgrades
> >   * cron-apt
> > 
> > command-line and curses (fullscreen text):
> >   * aptitude
> > 
> > GNOME:
> >   * software-properties-gtk
> >   * gnome-packagekit
> > 
> > GTK
> >   * listaller
> >   * synaptic (but not in Buster)
> > 
> > KDE:
> >   * software-properties-kde
> >   * apper
> >   * muon
> >   * qapt-utils
> > 
> > 
> >  - Jonas
> > 
> Cool thanks for this.  Just out of interest as I prefer to be using lxde
> which GUI package manager would Buster install by default for that.?

This command will tell you what debian-installer would pull in when you 
choose to install the lxde desktop:

  apt show task-lxde-desktop

To answer your question: None (because synaptic is not in Buster)


 - Jonas

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