Synaptic is an application that manages the software of OS GNU / Linux. Overall, the software is structured Deepin packages. These packages are indispensable for the operation, in addition to the Applications They use their own components.
Consider using this option if the application can not be unloaded in the store or want to get profits with additional repositories.
You have basic buttons: Update, apply, mark packets, properties and look.
- To find a package using the Search tool
- When you install or remove using the Apply button
- To add or remove, select a package and the brand context menu to install or uninstall
- Before applying, check if errors occur Edit> Mark broken packages
On the side you have a bar with the status of packages (installed or not), selections (packets per type), origin (packages free or not), filters (if they are configurable and others), and so on.
For security reasons Deepin updates should take the branch "panda", as "unstable" is focused on experimental versions of Debian Sid.
Remember to choose the package that can run the tool or application. In doing so, you will see if you can download your required packages (dependencies) as libraries, data and system components.
Please do not uninstall packages that start with "dah" and "dah-files" or similar as they are components of the operating system. If you do, it could be irreversible and ends "breaking the operating system”.
Green: Marking to install Yellow: Marking for Red Update: Marking to uninstall Red Fort: Marking to uninstall and delete your configuration files