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I've been reading up on Automatix at Ubuntu forums. It sounds like the cats meow and as important as the Second Coming, I'm sure. But is it as good as ...
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- 07-03-2006 #1
- 07-04-2006 #2"To express yourself in freedom, you must die to everything of yesterday. From the 'old', you derive security; from the 'new', you gain the flow."
- 07-04-2006 #3
I use it and find it very good. To be honest it for the most part is a beginners tool, if you had added the correct repositories you could do the same in Synaptic. It is however very uselful. I believe it writes its owen sources.list over your own. This wasn't an issue for me as I had a default one but you may want to back yours up first. It certainly is a nice way to get the essentials in.
- 07-04-2006 #4
I'll check it out further. I have a few multiverse/universe repositories in my sources, so I may have to clean that up.
Thank you for being helpful people.
- 07-04-2006 #5
That didn't take long
Well I'll be. It installed as slick as a beavers rug. No problem with code. We'll see what happens when I run Automatix. It was easy to find as well. I did a search in Google 'automatix' and the first link was Ubuntu forums.
- 07-05-2006 #6
Have a problem
After Automatix did it's thing, I notice I can't uninstall anything that was installed. I want to get rid of bittornado and azureus but Automatix, Add/Remove and Synaptic says it's not installed, and therefore won't uninstall them.
Can I do that from the command prompt?
- 07-05-2006 #7
sudo apt-get remove --purge azureus"To express yourself in freedom, you must die to everything of yesterday. From the 'old', you derive security; from the 'new', you gain the flow."
- 07-05-2006 #8
Ok, I'll try that. Good to know these things. Thanks for the help.
- 07-06-2006 #9
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still noone tells me what i can use besides archive manager it wont recognize my limewire download at all
- 07-07-2006 #10Originally Posted by anthonium
First download the Linux (RPM) package from limewire official site.
Then install the required Ubuntu packages :
sudo apt-get install fakeroot alien
fakeroot alien -d LimeWireLinux.rpm
sudo dpkg -i limewire-pro_4.10.0-1_i386.deb
If you want to make it easier on yourself, you can use Frostwire instead of Limewire. There is an Ubuntu package on their site :
http://www.frostwire.com/"To express yourself in freedom, you must die to everything of yesterday. From the 'old', you derive security; from the 'new', you gain the flow."