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aptitude is a ["Ncurses"] terminal and CLI (command line interface) -based apt ["frontend"] 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 extreme flexibility and customization.
 * ["AptCLI"] (= apt-get + apt-cache) -like command line program
 * remember whether a package is auto-installed or not.
 * auto-remove auto-installed packages when no package require them.

aptitude is also Y2K-compliant, non-fattening, naturally cleansing, and housebroken.

== Run ==

 Type

 aptitude

 in a ["terminal"]

== Use ==
After running it, utilize:

 * F10 to access to the menu and use aptitude. This is the main key.
 * ? for help
 
== Package ==

http://packages.debian.org/aptitude

== Home page ==

 * [http://aptitude.sourceforge.net/screenshots.html Screenshots].

aptitude is a ["Ncurses"] terminal and CLI (command line interface) -based apt ["frontend"] 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 extreme flexibility and customization.
  • ["AptCLI"] (= apt-get + apt-cache) -like command line program
  • remember whether a package is auto-installed or not.
  • auto-remove auto-installed packages when no package require them.

aptitude is also Y2K-compliant, non-fattening, naturally cleansing, and housebroken.

Run

  • Type aptitude in a ["terminal"]

Use

After running it, utilize:

  • F10 to access to the menu and use aptitude. This is the main key.
  • ? for help

Package

http://packages.debian.org/aptitude

Home page