Contains the PackageKit plugin, the core library and everything you need to build cross-distro applications and IPK packages
The most recent release is Listaller 0.5.8
You can download source tarballs for Listaller from here.
- Debian: Just run
apt-get install listalleras root. For the KDE frontend extensions run
apt-get install apper-appsetup
- OpenSUSE: Yes, via the Open Build Service.
- Ubuntu: (Quantal or higher) Run
sudo apt-get install listaller, KDE frontends:
sudo apt-get install apper-appsetup.
Listaller frontends are - primarily - the existing PackageKit frontends like Apper or GNOME-PackageKit. But a special Listaller frontend is required if you want to have a nicer setup process and you want to make use of some Listaller-specific functions, for example installing into user's $HOME.
Also, Listaller frontends provide a very nice way to manage installed applications. If you want this extra-stuff, take a look at your disribution's repository if they have packages already. If not, perform one of the following steps:
There is no official Listaller support from GNOME yet, but some simple helper tools exist.
Download the Listaller-GNOME sources from here, compile and install them and you should be able to take full advantage of Listaller functionality. For basic things, GNOME-PackageKit should already be enough.
Listaller modules are part of Apper. If you have the source-code, compile Apper using the -DLISTALLER=ON build-flag, install it and everything should be working. (Make sure you have Listaller's development files installed)