apt-get wrapper script that does not fail if requested packages do not exist.
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Apt-Opportunist - apt-get wrapper script that does not fail if requested packages do not exist.


Apt-Opportunist -- a shell program that acts as wrapper to apt-get, that installs/removes packages, even if there are non-existent packages specified on the commandline. Also if option --from-files is used, its arguments are treated as names of input files that should contain lists of packages to install/remove. It ignores lines commented with #. It accepts standard apt-get's commands and options.


USAGE:

apt-opt [options] command [packages|filenames]

It accepts standard apt-get commands and options, and also additional
options below:

Additional options:
--help this help
--from-files treat arguments as filename with lists of
packages to install/remove



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Author: Radosław-RPS

This software is licensed under MIT (expat) License, see LICENSE file.