published June 24th, 2011 | categories: Canonical, Companies | all categories
Synaptic Package Manager has made its way out of Ubuntu 11.10. The primary means of graphically added applications will be the Software Center. However, comparing the two applications, there are 4 main functions that the Software Center does not include. The Software Center does not:
- Fix broken packages
- Upgrade or downgrade a single or multiple packages
- Lock packages to a specific version
- Force install of a specific version of a package
You can still install Synaptic using the following command.
sudo apt-get install synaptic
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