[Scribus] Download for Ubuntu
Mon Jul 10 17:50:08 CEST 2006
> For heaven's sake, lets hope we will never ever see this!
> Installing and uninstalling an application on a Debian GNU/Linux system is
> much more easy going and less complicated as on Windows machines.
I agree - Klik is more like a Mac installation
> - On Windows you first have to search for an application in the web or you
> have to order and pay for an application from your local dealer.
They are all together in one repository. It is open source and designed
> - Then you have to copy it to your local machine using a removable media or
> via download, and this for every machine.
> - And then you have to start an installation program. Not to forget you have
> to start a different installation programm for most every single
It is just one click total for the install.
> --- After a couple of installations and uninstallations the machine will
> become very unstable and this will ruin the usability you machine.
> (I'm not talking of installing core components of the operation system. If
> installing and deinstalling of applications is a pain, installation and
> uninstallation of core components of the OS is a hell)
Everything needed for the application that is not included in the
distribution is put in a single compressed file, so it doesn't touch
your system or upgrade or interfere with any other software on your machine
> + On Debian GNU/Linux and it's flavours  you just start _one_ application
> called Synaptic which comes along with the installed system.
Klik is already installed on a number of distributions
> ++ If you want to uninstall an application just click again on the
> application listed in synaptic and it will be removed.
To uninstall a klik application, you just put the file in the trash and
> +++ Install and remove as much applicatrions as you like.
> This will _not_ ruin the usability of your machine. Unlike you know it and
> expect it on Windows systems.
Again the install with Klik will not mess with any other software on
your machine - it is all in one file on your desktop.
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