[SOLVED]: antiX Control Center Package

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  • #91971
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    techore

      I am considering installing the antiX Control Center on the respin that I am developing.

      Is the correct package antix-cc-antix? I assume all dependencies are included under “depends.”

      Thank you!

      #91976
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      BobC

        Why not write a flashdrive, and try it on there? If you find things that are dependencies that are not listed, let the Devs know so they can update the list.

        #91982
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        caprea

          If the starting point of your respin is antiX21 or 22 it’s the package control-centre-antix.

          #91987
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          techore

            If the starting point of your respin is antiX21 or 22 it’s the package control-centre-antix.

            Thank you, @caprea! Exactly the information I was seeking.

            Silly me was hunting for “center” not “centre!”

            #91988
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            BobC

              The way to hunt was

              $ dpkg -S antixcc.sh
              control-centre-antix: /usr/local/bin/antixcc.sh
              

              Note that you had the wrong program name, too.

              #91992
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              techore

                antix-cc-antix is not a program but a package that purported to be the “Control centre for antiX full and base versions.” I found several packages stating the same thing.

                The use of dpkg assumes I had Control Centre installed. I didn’t but I do now and testing on antix-core. Seeing problems already, but that is a result of my respin not having a number of features that Control Centre, understandable, assumes exist, e.g. display manager.

                It’s all good. Experimenting and I appreciate the help.

                #91994
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                BobC

                  I would suggest, since you are trying to run programs that come with the full version, to run the full version on a second machine to refer to. It might be possible to run that in a virtual machine if you have only one.

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