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Last edited on 2013-08-06 15:35:04 by darkcity [tongues]
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{{include tonguesPPM}}
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{{tonguesPPM}}


Revision [28373]

Edited on 2013-08-06 15:34:35 by darkcity [tongues]
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{{tonguesPPM}}


Revision [25423]

Edited on 2012-12-30 15:55:23 by darkcity [~[[HowToUninstall How to Uninstall software]] ~[[U]
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~[[HowToUninstall How to Uninstall software]]
~[[UnPet]] - quick removal of Pet packages
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~[[HowToUninstall How To Uninstall]]


Revision [23497]

Edited on 2012-08-21 17:22:13 by darkcity [[HowToUninstall How To Uninstall]]]
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{{image url="http://puppylinux.com/pet100.png" title="pet" alt="pet" height="50"}}
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{{image url="http://puppylinux.com/pet100.png" title="pet" alt="pet"}}


Revision [23496]

Edited on 2012-08-21 17:21:33 by darkcity [[HowToUninstall How To Uninstall]]]
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~~More info at [[HowToUninstall How To Uninstall]]
==Also on the Wiki==
~[[HowToUninstall How To Uninstall]]


Revision [22705]

Edited on 2012-07-23 15:27:38 by darkcity [uninstall expand]
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~The **Puppy package manager** is a tool for installing and un-installing packages.
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~**Puppy package manager** is a tool for installing and un-installing packages.


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Edited on 2012-07-23 15:27:19 by darkcity [uninstall expand]
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~A package can be uninstalled via the PPM:
~~-In Lucid Puppy 5.2x - A list of installed packages is shown in the main window, un-install packages by selecting one from this list.
~~-In Slacko Puppy 5.3x - Click on the 'uninstall' button. A list of installed packages is shown, un-install packages by selecting one from this list.
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~A package can be uninstalled via the PPM.
~~In Lucid Puppy 5.2x - A list of installed packages is shown in the main window, un-install packages by selecting one from this list.
~~In Slacko Puppy 5.3x - Click on the 'uninstall' button. A list of installed packages is shown, un-install packages by selecting one from this list.


Revision [22703]

Edited on 2012-07-23 15:26:44 by darkcity [uninstall expand]
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==Uninstalling PET packages==
~A package can be uninstalled via the PPM.
~~In Lucid Puppy 5.2x - A list of installed packages is shown in the main window, un-install packages by selecting one from this list.
~~In Slacko Puppy 5.3x - Click on the 'uninstall' button. A list of installed packages is shown, un-install packages by selecting one from this list.
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A~ list of installed packages is shown in the main window. Un-install packages by selecting one from this list.


Revision [21329]

Edited on 2012-04-24 12:46:17 by darkcity [indent cat link]
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====Puppy Package Manager (PPM)====
~**Puppy package manager** is a tool for installing and un-installing packages.
~PPM lets you select packages from online repositories. It will then download and install the software onto the system.
~It can be accessed via-
~// Puppy Menu > Setup > Puppy Setup > Puppy Package Management //
A~ list of installed packages is shown in the main window. Un-install packages by selecting one from this list.
~The PPM is also able to search and install dependencies when installing a packages. However, users have reported problems with packages that has too many dependencies.
~[[Pets Pet files]]
~[[QuickPet]] - Install popular software on Puppy 5.2x Lucid
~[[SlickPet]] - Install popular software on Puppy 5.3 Slacko
~[[http://puppylinux.com/development/package-management.htm PPM page]]
~[[http://bkhome.org/woof/ppm.htm PPM page on Barry's Blog]]
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==Categories==
CategoryInstallation
CategorySoftware
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====Puppy Package Manager====
**Puppy package manager** is a tool for installing and un-installing packages.
PPM lets you select packages from online repositories. It will then download and install the software onto the system.
It can be accessed via-
// Puppy Menu > Setup > Puppy Setup > Puppy Package Management //
A list of installed packages is shown in the main window. Un-install packages by selecting one from this list.
The PPM is also able to search and install dependencies when installing a packages. However, users have reported problems with packages that has too many dependencies.
[[Pets Pet files]]
[[QuickPet]] - Puppy 5
[[http://bkhome.org/woof/ppm.htm Barry's Blog PPM page]]


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Edited on 2011-07-17 17:11:27 by darkcity [indent cat link]
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[[QuickPet]] - Puppy 5
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[[QuickPet]]


Revision [16806]

Edited on 2011-07-17 17:09:49 by darkcity [indent cat link]
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[[HomePage]] > [[SoftwareIndex Software Index]]
====Puppy Package Manager====
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======Puppy Package Manager======


Revision [15440]

Edited on 2011-06-14 16:45:41 by coolpup [indent cat link]
Additions:
**Puppy package manager** is a tool for installing and un-installing packages.
A list of installed packages is shown in the main window. Un-install packages by selecting one from this list.
Deletions:
**Puppy package manager** is a tool for installing and uninstalling packages.
A list of installed packages is show in the main window. Uninstall packages by selecting one from this list.
==Versions==
Prior to Woof(puppy43), the old package manager did not have the ability to have multiple repositories.
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==Categories==
CategorySoftware


Revision [15273]

Edited on 2011-06-11 20:41:13 by darkcity [add detail]
Additions:
PPM lets you select packages from online repositories. It will then download and install the software onto the system.
It can be accessed via-
// Puppy Menu > Setup > Puppy Setup > Puppy Package Management //
A list of installed packages is show in the main window. Uninstall packages by selecting one from this list.
Deletions:
PPM lets you select packages from online repositories. It will then download and install the software into the system. It can be accessed via // Puppy Menu > Setup > Puppy Setup > Puppy Package Management // .
A list of installed packages in show in the main window. Uninstall packages by selecting one from this list.


Revision [15272]

Edited on 2011-06-11 20:39:46 by darkcity [add detail]
Additions:
PPM lets you select packages from online repositories. It will then download and install the software into the system. It can be accessed via // Puppy Menu > Setup > Puppy Setup > Puppy Package Management // .
A list of installed packages in show in the main window. Uninstall packages by selecting one from this list.
==Dependencies==
The PPM is also able to search and install dependencies when installing a packages. However, users have reported problems with packages that has too many dependencies.
==Versions==
[[QuickPet]]
Deletions:
PPM downloads packages from online repositories and install them into the system.
The PPM is also able to search and install dependencies when installing a packages. However, users have reported problems with packages that has to many dependencies.


Revision [15270]

Edited on 2011-06-11 20:22:19 by darkcity [add Pet file link]
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==Related Pages==
[[Pets Pet files]]
[[http://bkhome.org/woof/ppm.htm Barry's Blog PPM page]]
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http://bkhome.org/woof/ppm.htm


Revision [15269]

Edited on 2011-06-11 20:18:06 by darkcity [add Pet file link]
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{{image url="http://puppylinux.com/pet100.png" title="pet" alt="pet"}}
**Puppy package manager** is a tool for installing and uninstalling packages.
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Puppy package manager is a tool for installing and uninstalling packages.


Revision [15268]

Edited on 2011-06-11 20:16:38 by darkcity [add Pet file link]
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CategorySoftware


Revision [13270]

The oldest known version of this page was created on 2011-03-05 11:51:03 by r1tz [add Pet file link]
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