File under 'disturbing': Debian Wheezy doesn't ship with the Synaptic Package Manager

Posted by Steven_Rosenber on Aug 22, 2012 7:38 AM EDT
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My current Debian Wheezy installation is an upgrade from Squeeze, so I was unprepared for what just happened: I'm doing a bunch of installs in between my other work, and I just got around to a traditional Wheezy desktop installation with the GNOME desktop using netinstall image. I was unprepared for the only GUI package manager to be GNOME Package Kit. No Synaptic Package Manager. Not even the "Sofware Center" ported from Ubuntu that shipped in Squeeze.

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Synaptic simply isn't installed by default. Bob_Robertson 15 735 Aug 23, 2012 4:19 PM

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