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KDE Application Center

   0.3 (mockup)  

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Link:  http://
Downloads:  4738
Submitted:  Jun 4 2005
Updated:  Aug 30 2005

Description:

Enhancements of KDE Program Control Center mockup (http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=24793).

This mockup shows a refined package management system for KDE.

I'm not a GIMP guru, please consider it.




Changelog:

konqueror with enhancements and a apt kioslave as package manager.

Add search and package classification at sidebar.




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 More info

 
 by veton on: Jun 4 2005
 
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Suse YAST provide such kind of stuff.
What you're missing is info about a package (prereqs, info (what the program is doing)).

Neveretheless good work!


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 Re: More info

 
 by tosta on: Jun 4 2005
 
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Detailed information about a package can be found clicking on details down two arrows.


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 Re: Re: More info

 
 by djworld on: Jun 5 2005
 
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Yes, but it would be cool to have a package management system with screenshots, user comments,...


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 Re: Re: Re: More info

 
 by smileaf on: Jun 5 2005
 
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user comments?

Maybe on a website that offers packages for download but in a stand alone installer I don't see how this would be of any real use.


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 Re: More info

 
 by law206 on: Jun 10 2005
 
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how do you download this it keeps giving me a jpg file??


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 Pages

 
 by Fanaz on: Jun 5 2005
 
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[Sorry 4 my english]

I think if U have "Max results per page", U should write somewhere "Page: 1 2 3".
"Packages installed", "Available", "Broken" should be buttons. When U press them, U can see these categories of packages.
"Show broken only" at the top is tooltip.
Great work (:


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 ?

 
 by joshuafr on: Jun 5 2005
 
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What's the difference with synaptic or kpackage?


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 Re: ?

 
 by tosta on: Jun 7 2005
 
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Think about you use a application that permit to you to install any package, rpm, deb, tgz or other format and resolve the dependences between the three databases...

I'm not a KDE programer, but an app with this features will kick ass!


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 Re: Re: ?

 
 by nbensa on: Jun 7 2005
 
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Ok. And how will you handle the different directory structure every distro uses?

Sure you can use something like "alien" to convert rpm to deb to tgz and vice-versa, but I'd like to know how much automatization can be done without breaking your distro's filesystem.


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 Re: Re: Re: ?

 
 by tosta on: Jun 7 2005
 
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How about smartpm (http://smartpm.org/)? Using multiple package managers at the same time (like rpm and dpkg) is possible, even though not the software goal at this moment (but perhaps it's change, no?).


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 Re: Re: ?

 
 by elektroschock on: Jun 12 2005
 
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Looks very similar to YaST.


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 Dependency

 
 by nightwing on: Jun 5 2005
 
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Hello,
it also could show which dependencies a package solves. That would make uninstalling packages easier, because you if it says "dependend packages: 0", you can uninstall it without being affraid of destroying your system.


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 Re: Dependency

 
 by elektroschock on: Jun 12 2005
 
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I recommend everybody to read the articles of the autopackage author. His vision can be supported.

http://www.osnews.com/story.php?news_id=10155


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 Dependency

 
 by nightwing on: Jun 5 2005
 
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Hello,
it also could show which dependencies a package solves. That would make uninstalling packages easier, because you if it says "dependend packages: 0", you can uninstall it without being affraid of destroying your system.


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 Package format

 
 by mikolaj on: Jun 5 2005
 
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It would be very nice to have such center, be we need cross distribution package format, because at the moment ther are too many packaging systems like apt-get, rpm's ,gentoo portage and many other.


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 Re: Package format

 
 by TerribleTim on: Jun 5 2005
 
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How about using Autopackage? All the deep system software could still be gotten using the distros package management, but userland style software could be managed from this 'Add/Remove Programs' syle window.


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 Re: Re: Package form

 
 by tosta on: Jun 7 2005
 
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What about a dependence system that can handle with any package format? We can install deb or tgz into Fedora or install rpms into Debian, or tgzs into Gentoo...


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 Re: Re: Re: Package

 
 by TerribleTim on: Jun 8 2005
 
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This screenshot is the closest thing to what we want.

http://autopackage.org/gallery.html

Most users don't care about the majority of packages on their system, they only care about the 5 or 6 programs they use a lot, the ones they chose to install. For example, this thing should not let you remove things like the kicker, or konqueror, but should let you get things like games, or openoffice.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Package

 
 by terracotta on: Jun 29 2005
 
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I completely agree :), but I think an "advanced" option should be in it as well, for the people who do care about what package exactly is installed, although I wouldn't use it ;-). And maybe this could be somehow integrated in KDE Control Center itself?


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