Provided by: nala_0.11.1_all
nala-install - install packages
nala install [--options] PKGS ...
Install works similar to the way it does in apt. nala takes multiple packages as arguments and will install all of them.
--purge Purge any packages that would removed during the transaction. --debug Print helpful information for solving issues. If you're submitting a bug report try running the command again with --debug and providing the output to the devs, it may be helpful. --raw-dpkg Force nala not to format dpkg output. This disables all formatting and it would look as if you were using apt. A more indepth explanation for what this switch does, nala will fork a tty instead of a pty for dpkg. nala will also not display a progress bar for dpkg with this turned on. Additionally the language of the output will not be forced into English for this mode. -d, --download-only Packages are only retrieved, not unpacked or installed. --remove-essential Allow the removal of essential packages. This is very dangerous, but we thought you should have the option. --assume-yes, --assume-no -y, --assume-yes Automatically select yes for any prompts which may need your input. If the configuration option assume_yes is true, this switch will set it back to default behavior -n, --assume-no Automatically select no for any prompts which may need your input. -o, --option Set options to pass through to apt, nala, or dpkg. Example: Force dpkg to install new config files without prompting: nala install --option Dpkg::Options::="--force-confnew" Disable scrolling text for nala nala install --option Nala::scrolling_text="false" Allow nala to update unauthenticated repositories: nala install --option* APT::Get::AllowUnauthenticated="true" -v, --verbose Disable scrolling text and print extra information -h, --help Shows this man page. --autoremove, --no-autoremove --autoremove Automatically remove any packages that are no longer needed. This variant is the default --no-autoremove Do NOT Automatically remove any packages --update, --no-update --update Update the package list before the requested operation. Example: nala install --update neofetch is equivalent to apt update && apt install neofetch [Default for: upgrade] --no-update Do NOT update the package list before the requested operation. [Default for: install, remove, purge, autoremove, autopurge] --install-recommends, --no-install-recommends --install-recommends Recommended packages will be installed. This variant is the default --no-install-recommends Recommended package will NOT be installed. If this option is selected nala will display the recommended packages that will not be installed. --fix-broken, --no-fix-broken --fix-broken Attempts to fix broken packages. This variant is the default --no-fix-broken Stops nala from performing extra checks. This can result in a broken install! If you just want to fix broken packages: nala install --fix-broken
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