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Program Control Center (KDE)
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  12263
Submitted:  May 30 2005
Updated:  Jun 2 2005

Description:

This is a kind of program which i think
is missing in kde. You can easyli see which programs you have already installed and which you would like to install.

You can search for programs also in different categorys and so on.
I think that this would make kde and linux much more easyer to handle.

I know there is a similiar program called kpackage but it's really bad. (my opinion) :-)

Thanx guys & girls!
Bye




Changelog:

Many people have already asked me if they can download anywhere this app.

This is just an idea of a program which I think is needed.
Maybe i will soon put a description on how the program should work.

Thanks to all who voted for this application because this proofs that something like this is missing.

THANX!!!

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For all of you who would like to see
this program as a reallity you can vote
for it here:

https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=106533

CHEERS!
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 kpackage

 
 by dirac3000 on: Aug 21 2005
 
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Hey there is already a program like this! It's kpackage! See http://www.general.uwa.edu.au/u/toivo/kpackage/
I think it's great and, if you are interested, you can send your screenshot to developers and/or help them to improve the gui and usability of this program.


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 download

 
 by qwk on: Sep 2 2005
 
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where can i download this program? if i click on the download link, i see the screenshot


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 One point to make

 
 by bratwiz on: Sep 4 2005
 
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Your idea overall is a good ont, but I would make the install/de-install buttons consistent from panel to panel. Having them go one way and then the other would get very confusing.


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 Try Synaptic

 
 by arenyart on: Sep 29 2005
 
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If you dont like kpackage, try Synaptic. It is not qt but is very good and ships with most distros now. It makes installation and un-installation very easy. I will say, on Kpackage's behalf, it works just fine for me and has the same functionality that you described as lacking.


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 Very good!

 
 by rodesiao on: Sep 30 2005
 
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I've alrady installed Synaptic and Kynaptic (QT version of Synaptic), used KPackage but...... PCC-KDE is much better... Thanx by bringing us a so brilliant app...


Sorry for my poor English...
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 pardus pisi

 
 by yakamoz on: Jan 30 2008
 
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Pardus has something like this already; it is called PİSİ and there you can look for programs which are installed by category, you can lookup programs you haven't installed yet plus you can look for any updates for your system. i love PARDUS...


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