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Re: managing packages
It seems the description of the computer-janitor, but in Ubuntu 12.04 it's
not installed in the system. I know i can install it running sudo apt-get
install computer-janitor, but a newbie doesn't know that. Moreover a newbie
doesn't think he has to clean his pc, so the application should clean the
system automatically without asking the user anything. This behavoir should
have the possibility to be disabled from a skilled user if he wants.
So, the core of the application already exists, now we have to make it work
in the right way, and provide this service out of the box.
Il giorno 27 aprile 2012 22:42, Daniel Hollocher
> On Fri, Apr 27, 2012 at 11:53 AM, supernova <supernova.it@xxxxxxxxx>
> > Maybe this is not the right place for this discussion, anyway I want
> > to think about one thing: when the kernel package upgrades, a new one
> > in installed beside the old. I then remove the old one and keep only
> > the new one. This can be done with synaptic or through line commands,
> > but not with Ubuntu Software Center, or not easily at least.
> > I'm thinking now to newbies, or to people that doesn't want to "study"
> > Ubuntu, but only use it. How can they manage easily procedures as the
> > one above, or apt-cache clean, for example? Shouldn't be all this
> > automated?
> > Supernova
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