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Old 09-12-2016, 02:21 AM   #1
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Question Missing software-center


I miss a kind of software center in arya linux.
could you help,please.ty
 
Old 09-12-2016, 06:25 AM   #2
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Old 09-12-2016, 07:17 AM   #3
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I miss a kind of software center in arya linux.
could you help,please.ty
Would you like help missing the center, missing the software, or migrating to a different distribution? I do not understand exactly what you are looking for?

Ok, more seriously, I do understand a LITTLE. Arya is for builders, people who compile from source, and often modify or generate the source themselves. If that is not you, you should not be running Arya.

Consider moving to something based upon ARCH or Gentoo. These have much (all?) of the performance and size advantages of Arya, but allow for a repository of solid packages so that half of the work is done for you.

If those are too much work, you need to come to the Light side: Debian. If you do, SPARKY is the most solid of the cutting edge distributions, although VSIDO is very nice also. Going core DEBIAN is always a solid option.

Look into Arch, and let me know what you think. Always remember, checking distrowatch.com is always an option. I cannot advise using distrowatch for researching your options highly enough. It is invaluable.
 
  


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