How Do You Install Linux Applications?
Jan 14, 2008, 05:30 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jason Brooks)
"If you are a command line guru, you call upon your zypper, yum,
conary, or apt-get from the terminal, and you awk sed grep your way
to what you're after.
"For me, unless I know exactly what package I want--and I often
don't--I typically turn to Synaptic, the graphical package manager
that graces my Ubuntu notebook. Synaptic is a really nice
application, and I've spent untold hours nerdily sifting through
the massive software catalog that Ubuntu inherits from