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@ - apt wrapper Usage: @ -[QRSU][cdfipqsuy] [<package name>|<search term>] @ (at) is a wrapper around apt-*|dpkg programs in the style of Arch Linux's pacman. I got sick of remembering to type "cache" instead of "get" etc. and all the commands are sooo long. Enter @. @ does all the thinking for you, tap the right switch and @ applies the query to the correct application and even requests sudo for the ones that require it. This script should be softlinked to /usr/bin/@ on your system by doing this: sudo ln -sf /path/to/at.pl /usr/bin/@ Takes a primary command switch and optionally sub switches. The switches can be bundled together in a form such as `@ -Syu` this will do: apt-get update, followed by apt-get upgrade. Available switches are described below: --help, -h, -? - Displays this help message. -S - Primary option: Sync. Runs `apt-get install $x` -y - Used with 'S', preforms apt-get update before primary operation. -s - used with 'S', swtiches to `apt-cache search $x` -c - used with 'S', switches to `apt-get autoclean` -cc - used with 'S', switches to `apt-get clean` -u - used with 'S', switches to `apt-get upgrade` -d - used with 'S', Alternate to 'u' - switches to apt-get dist-upgrade -R - Primary option: Remove. Runs `apt-get remove $x` -p - used with 'R', switches to `apt-get purge` -Q - Primary Option: Query. Runs `dpkg -l $x` searchs installed packages. -q - used with 'Q', searches for files within installed packages. -i - used with 'Q', gives info about the specified package. -f - used with 'Q', lists files withing a given package. -U - Primary Option: Local Install. Runs `dpkg -i $x` See the man pages for apt-get, apt-cache, and dpkg. Author: James Ronan <email@example.com>