A tool to install
.deb files in any distro.
Installation for debinstaller
$ wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Manoj-Paramsetti/debinstaller/main/setup.py $ sudo python3 setup.py
$ git clone https://github.com/Manoj-Paramsetti/debinstaller.git $ sudo python3 setup.py
Installing deb files using debinstaller
$ sudo debinstaller --install debfilename.deb
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Refer to the following articles on the basics of Git and Github, in case you are stuck. Use these links:
If you don't have git on your machine, install it.
Thanks for taking the time to contribute! 🐱
When contributing to this repository, please first discuss the change you wish to make via issue or any other method with the owner of this repository (Manoj Paramsetti) before making a change.
How to Contribute?
- Take a look at the Existing Issues or create your own Issues!
- Wait for the Issue to be assigned to you after which you can start working on it.
- Fork the Repo and create a Branch for any Issue that you are working upon.
- Create a Pull Request which will be promptly reviewed and suggestions would be added to improve it.
- Add Screenshots to help us know what this Script is all about.
For adding new Code
- Create a folder for the topic you wish to add code or if a folder already exists, add your code to it. ![file_folder](https://github.githubassets.com/images/icons/emoji/unicode/1f4c1.png =20x20)
- In the respective folder, add your code file with proper format
1. Fork this repository. Click on the
symbol at the top right corner.
2. Clone the forked repository. Open your git bash on your machine in relevant folder
git clone https://github.com/<your-github-username>/debinstaller.git
3. Navigate to the project directory.
5. Create a new branch:
6. Change to new branch:
git checkout YourBranchName
7. Make changes in source code.
8. Stage your changes and commit
git add "<Your file name along with .(dot)extension>"
e.g., git add file.txt
9. Add the commit to your local repo.
git commit -m "<your_commit_message>"
10. Push your local commits to the remote repository
git push origin YourBranchName
11. Create a pull request
To create a pull request. Visit the pull request
For more details. Visit Hello World
Congratulations! Sit and relax, you've made your contribution to this project.
After this, repository admin will review the changes and they will merge your PR if they are found good, otherwise we will suggest the required changes.
Style Guides for Git Commit Messages: ![book](https://github.githubassets.com/images/icons/emoji/unicode/1f4d6.png =20x20)
Here's a list of some good to have points, that can add more value to your contribution logs.
- Use the present tense (example: "Add feature" and not "Added feature")
- Use the imperative mood (example: "Move item to...", instead of "Moves item to...")
- Limit the first line (also called subject line) to 50 characters or less
- Capitalize the subject line
- Separate subject from body with a blank line
- Do not end the subject line with a period
- Wrap the body at 72 characters
- Use the body to explain what, why, vs, and how
- Reference issues and pull requests liberally after the first line