Title of script: Synaptic Package Manager
Author: Anusha Kadambala and Shahid Farooqui
Keywords: Synaptic, Repository, Administrative
Resources for the tutorial:File:Synaptic Package Manager Ubuntu.zip
|Slide 1: Welcome to Tutorial||Welcome to this spoken tutorial on how to use Synaptic package manager.|
|Slide 2: Prerequisites|| In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to install applications in Ubuntu using Synaptic Package Manager
|demo|| For that please go to System->Administration and then click on Synaptic Package manager.
|Slide 3 : Running Synaptic Package Manager first time.|| When we use the synaptic package manager for the first time, an introduction dialog box appears.
|demo|| Please go to Setting and click on Preferences
| Now again go to “Setting” and click on “Repositories”
|demo||To learn how to use this tool, I shall now install the vlc player as an example.|
|demo|| If you are using the synaptic package manager for the first time, you need to reload the packages.
|When the process of reloading is complete, let us go to the quick search box present which is on the tool bar and type “vlc”|
|demo||Here we can see all the vlc packages are listed.|
|demo|| To select the “vlc package”, please click on the check box and select the option “Mark for installation” from the menu bar that appears.
|demo||Go to the tool bar and click on the “apply” button.|
|demo|| A Summary window appears showing the details of the packages to be installed
|demo|| “Downloading Package File” window will be closed as soon as the installation gets completed.
|demo||Now, let us verify if the vlc player has been successfully installed.|
|demo|| To do this, let us go to Applications->Sound & Video. Here we can see that vlc media player is listed. This means vlc has been successfully installed.
Similarly, we can install other applications using Synaptic Package Manager
|Slide 4: Summery|| Let me summaries...
In this tutorial we have learnt ...
How to configure Proxy and Repository in Synaptic Package Manager.
How to install an application or package using Synaptic Package Manager.
|Slide 5: About the Project|| Spoken Tutorial Project is a part of the Talk to a Teacher project, supported by the National Mission on Education through ICT.