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With a suitable sudo(1) configuration, most (if not all) package installation as well as creation tasks can be done from a user shell. Wajig is also suitable for general system administration.
A GNOME GUI command 'gjig' is also included in the package.
JIG has evolved over several years of using and maintaining Debian systems. It attempts to capture in a single command line tool and simple companion Gnome GUI various things I commonly do that relate to managing the system. Many of the commands supported by wajig have been gleemed from hints and gossip on the mailing lists and sometimes nuggets of useful information from the documentation. For more»
Wajig is now a native Debian package. See /usr/share/doc/wajig/changelog for NEWS. wajig (2.0.22) unstable; urgency=low * New command LISTSECTION and LISTSECTIONS. wajig (2.0.21) 2005/02/01 - Exit with status 1 if LISTNAMES returns no results. Bug reported by A Costa (Closes: #292581). wajig (2.0.20) 2005/01/29 - Take over Debian maintenance from Dirk. Thanks for all your ef more»
GJIG(1) GJIG(1) NAME gjig - Simplified graphics administrator for Debian SYNOPSIS gjig [options] commands... DESCRIPTION This manual page briefly documents the gjig command. JIG packages into one tool many commands useful for managing a Debian system. Instead of having to remember whether to use d more»
WAJIG(1) WAJIG(1) NAME wajig - Simplifi more»
wajig (2.0.45) unstable; urgency=low * Update web search interface call for whichpkg and remove e more»
# # WAJIG - Debian Package Management Front End # # Keep track of changes between UPDATEs # # Copyri more»
This package was first debianized by its original author Graham Williams <Graham.Williams@togaware.c more»