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A meta-package like this can be created with a tool called equivs which will create a package with just dependency information. First, create a directory: mkdir my-metapackage cd my-metapackage/ Now run the program: equivs-control ns-control It will
With virtualenvwrapper (user friendly wrappers for the functionality of virtualenv)Install virtualenvInstall virtualenv with sudo apt-get install virtualenv (for Ubuntu 14. 04 (trusty) install python-virtualenv) Install virtualenvwrapperThe reason we
wxWidgetswxWidgets is an application development framework/library that allows developer to make cross platform GUI applications for Windows, Mac and Linux using the same codebase. Its primarily written in C++ but has bindings for other languages as
Here is some sloppy, and probably not very encompassing post-processing you can do to dpkg -I output to get dependency items as a list: Condensed for computers # dpkg -I package. deb | python -c "import sys, re; t=re. split(r'\n(?= ?[\w]+:)|:', sys
How do I manage the dependencies while manually downloading and installing these rpm files? Googling the names of the rpm files results in differently-named rpm files. I cannot use yum install because this is a development server that is not yet dire
I have often ran into the trouble of not enough space in my /boot directory when I am processing updates. For others who have run into this issue here is how to purge old kernels from your system and grub configuration. While updating servers you may
In the case where tried to install a file: sudo apt-get install libstdc++. so. 6 instead of a package
I'm trying to fix what I consider a bloated install of Ubuntu. When I install Ubuntu on a machine, I get things that I don't want - web browsers, office applications, media players, accessibility utilities, Ubuntu One, and so on. My goal is to create
Think of it as a great river, with the people who write the software as the source of the river. They would be the upstream, futher downstream would be your distribution, and at the end of the river would be the user. Ubuntu is in the middle of the r
You can search (abbreviated with "se") for packages that require a certain package with: zypper se --requires packagename Also, you can search only among installed packages with: zypper se -i --requires packagename For example, to look for packages r