Figure 341 The Aptitude package manager is textbased but lets you use your mouse to access its menu bars

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You can at any time press ? to bring up a short list of common commands for Aptitude. The most popular commands are listed across the top, such as the Ctrl+T shortcut to get to the menu bars.

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