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Posted on 07-07-08 17:16
hey guys, anyone know any good sites for linux applications.

I'm installing Ubuntu on my laptop

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Posted on 07-07-08 17:22
I think there is similiar thing as 'urpmi' for mandriva, which is global repository of packages, which you can install just from command line... or just google rpm and ubuntu


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Posted on 07-07-08 17:27
hey mate.

from the terminal type:

sudo synaptic

From there you just tick what you want and it installs it and its dependencies.


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Posted on 07-07-08 17:42
I think there's synpatic software manager in your administration/system menu... but most of applications that you need are already in included in your installation Smile btw which version of ubuntu your going to install?


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Posted on 07-07-08 18:13
Yeah Synaptic Package Manager is located System > Administration > Synaptic Package Manager

No need to do it via terminal anymore.

Anyway, on the left of the manager click the specifier and a listing of the available applications will come up. It's as easy as that !


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Posted on 07-07-08 18:19
Awesome

I played around with making linux firewalls and penetrating with backtrack in a lab, but never actually got round to putting linux on one of my computers.

Putting on the new ubuntu on 8.4 i thinks.