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Different distributions have not only different package names, but also different ways of breaking packages down. I think your best bet is to define dependencies in terms of files rather than in terms of packages. For example, if you need perl, record that you want /usr/bin/perl, not perl. Unfortunately, from a cursory look, pacapt doesn't seem to support ...


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History. There are two historical lines of a rename command, with the same basic purpose but completely different syntax and capabilities: The rename command in the util-linux package. It appeared in version 2.10e and the program is dated 2000-01-01. A perl script, which was distributed with Perl as an example program. The Debian changelog records it being ...


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Power management is a matter of what software you have, not what distribution installed it, so on some level the answer is “yes”. It's always possible to re-create the same configuration on one distribution as on another distribution. However, power management depends on the precise version of the software involved, especially the kernel. At any point in ...


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Power management in Linux Mint is a function of systemd, and unfortunately the standard ACPI libraries don't communicate with the X240 very well. I also own an X240 and after having ran in to similar issues I was able to solve them with help from this link: http://www.function.fr/advanced-linux-configuration-for-lenovo-thinkpad-x240/ You can also see in ...



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