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Update to COMPILING.md #22600

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Podesta commented Dec 14, 2017

I've helped a couple people compile the game recently, and they reported being a bit difficult to follow the compiling file. Edited one of the parts to include what most new users would probably want, with all the packages included, so I could simply redirect them there in the future.

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Ok cool, please list both, since not everyone will have upgraded yet.
Either that or revert to apt-get, since apt install foo is just a wrapper around apt-get foo, and the latter is the more universal of the two.

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kevingranade commented Dec 15, 2017

Ok cool, please list both, since not everyone will have upgraded yet.
Either that or revert to apt-get, since apt install foo is just a wrapper around apt-get foo, and the latter is the more universal of the two.

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Yeah, I had changed to it since it has been present since 2014, and being recommended since LTS 16. It is essentially apt-get, but more user friendly, with colors, progress-bar and whatnot. There is no real counters to revert to apt-get, and I believe it is preferable to having both, for simplicity's sake. Also, I'll never oppose any edits you guys feel necessary at merge, so you guys have my full permission to edit anything.

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Podesta commented Dec 15, 2017

Yeah, I had changed to it since it has been present since 2014, and being recommended since LTS 16. It is essentially apt-get, but more user friendly, with colors, progress-bar and whatnot. There is no real counters to revert to apt-get, and I believe it is preferable to having both, for simplicity's sake. Also, I'll never oppose any edits you guys feel necessary at merge, so you guys have my full permission to edit anything.

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