Provided by: apturl-common_0.4.1ubuntu2_all
apturl - graphical apt-protocol interpreting package installer
apturl [options...] <URL>
apturl is a simple graphical application that takes an URL (following
the apt-protocol) as a command line option, parses it and carries out
the operationsthat the URL describes (that is, it asks the user if he
wants the indicated packages to be installed and if the answer is
positive does so).
apturl just needs an URL conforming with the apt-protocol in order to
work. Additionally, it recognizes the following options:
Use the given HTTP proxy in order to download the packages.
Installs Pidgin and Pidgin Plugin Pack (if the user confirms).
Enables the "universe" component and installs package Freevial.
Installs 2vcard from the indicated PPA (if the user confirms),
and afterwards asks if the PPA should be removed again or it
should remain enabled.
Warning: This is currently disabled because of security
0 All requested packages have been successfully installed or were
1 The user aborted the installation of one or more packages.
2 There was an error doing the requested operations, or the user
aborted the installation while Synaptic (and not apturl itself)
3 The arguments with which apturl was called were incorrect (e.g.,
it was called without any argument or the given URL was wrong).
Please report any bug on
apturl was written by Michael Vogt <firstname.lastname@example.org> for
Canonical, Ltd. and this manual page by Siegfried-A. Gevatter
It is released under the GNU General Public License, version 2 or any
later version published by the Free Software Foundation.
September 01, 2008 APTURL(8)