Re: How to Totally!! nuke X11?
- From: Stefan Monnier <monnier@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2006 13:21:24 -0400
This is the primary benefit I keep hearing about for aptitude over apt-get.
Then why not add a "apt-get remove --deps" flag which does it like aptitude
(or at least, behaves similarly, maybe using something like deborphans)?
The main problem I have with Debian package management is the number of
Pet peeve: `dpkg -l foobar' may tell me that foobar doesn't exist, yet
`apt-get install foobar' will download and install it. This is particularly
annoying when you don't know the name of the package, so you do `dpkg -l
\*foo\*' and it tells you there's no such thing. Why not have a `apt-get
list' or something like that? Or does it exist already?
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