Aptik – A Tool to Backup/Restore Your Favourite PPAs and Apps in Ubuntu

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8 Responses

  1. steeeve says:

    Heard about this on UBUNTU PODCAST.
    But not working in 14.04 distro’s except in command line.
    As stated above why does the gui not work ?
    Using xubuntu XFCE-4.12 desktop.
    Is it a GTK problem ?

  2. Sudip Raj Koirala says:

    Wonderful. I was looking exactly for this as I was wondering how people keep on upgrading Ubuntu new versions considering the hassle to download and install every software package again. Gr8 help from this article.

  3. David Darr says:

    For some reason Aptik’s GUI does not work in KDE 4. Luckily the application works by means of CLI. I have tried to contact the owner (Tony George) of APTIK to relay, but have not gotten any feedback.

  4. cmcanulty says:

    I use it and really like it. Should I run it in every user or would it carry over all users?

  5. Jon H says:

    This is great. I recently read (somewhere on Stack Overflow) and backed-up my PPAs, but completely forgot where the docs were and how to restore them.

    Aptik worked out wonderfully. I upgraded from 12.04 to 14.04. I have a bit more verification to do, but this worked out exactly as I needed it to.

    I didn’t have any obvious issues running on 14.04. Perhaps it was updated since the April 23rd response.

  6. Richard Stack says:

    I installed aptik on Ubuntu 14.04. The install seemed to go well and the terminal version works. However, I have no icon in Applications and no way to use a GUI. I may be doing something really dumb–I’m relatively new to Linux, but I think I folowed your install suggestions perfectly. Any Ideas?

    Thanks

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