Why Do You Only Show How To Install Via A Terminal Window?


Why do you only show how to install via a terminal window?

The answer is simple: because 99% of installation via GDebi Package Installer, usually fails.

That is why, I have decided not to show how to use the GDebi Package Installer, which comes with Debian.

However, if you want to install .deb-files using GDebi Package Installer, just right-click the .deb-file and left-click Open with GDebi Package installer and choose to install. If you are lucky, it works, if not, you need to turn to the terminal window, to resolve the problem.

This is how GDebi looks like with Windows10 Theme for Debian 9 Stretch, if you try to install for example:BleachBit

Now since I prefer using the terminal window, it gives me the option to re-install or remove the package.

The choice is yours.


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