Wrapper written in Go designed for package managers to unify software management commands between distros
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README.md

Pak

Wrapper written in Go designed for package managers to unify software management commands between distros

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Installation

APT Installation
  • Install package "go" (You may remove after installation)
  • Clone or download this repository
  • Inside the repository, run:
make
sudo make aptinstall
Brew Installation
  • Install package "go" (You may remove after installation)
  • Clone or download this repository
  • Inside the repository, run:
make
sudo make snapinstall
Snap Installation
  • Install package "go" (You may remove after installation)
  • Clone or download this repository
  • Inside the repository, run:
make
sudo make snapinstall
Pacman Installation
  • Install AUR package "pak" and choose pak-config-pacman when prompted
Yay Installation
  • Install AUR package "pak" and choose pak-config-yay when prompted
Aptitude Installation
  • Install package "go" (You may remove after installation)
  • Clone or download this repository
  • Inside the repository, run:
make
sudo make aptitude