Wajig: Simplyfying Ubuntu and Debian Administration

Wajig provides a simplified interface to many of the system administration tasks of Ubuntu and Debian GNU/Linux. It is a native application in Debian and Ubuntu based distributions. Visit Read The Docs for more information.

Install it with:

$ sudo apt install wajig
It can also be installed with:
$ pip3 install wajig 

In its simplest form you can run the command line wajig as:

$ wajig [options] [command] [packages|files] ...  

For basic instructions 'wajig help'. For a list of all commands use `wajig commands'.

A selection of common commands:
 commands       List all the JIG commands and one line descriptions for each

 install        Install (or upgrade) one or more packages or .deb files

 update         Update the list of downloadable packages
 toupgrade      List packages with newer versions available for upgrading
 upgrade        Upgrade all of the installed packages or just those listed
 distupgrade    Upgrade to new distribution (installed and new rqd packages)
 download       Download package files ready for an install

 editsources    Edit the list of archives for Debian packages

 status         Show the version and available version of packages
 contents       List the contents of a package file
 extract        Extract the files from a package file to a directory
 search         Search for packages containing listed words
 sizes          Print out the size (in K) of all, or listed, installed packages

 start          Start a daemon, e.g., gdm, apache (see list-daemons)
 stop           Stop a daemon, e.g., gdm, apache (see list-daemons)

 whichpkg       Find the package that supplies the given command or file 

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