pacstall - An AUR-inspired package manager for Ubuntu

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Pacstall will attempt to become the AUR Ubuntu wishes it had. It takes the AUR and puts a spin on it, making it easier to install programs without scouring github repos and the likes. The list of available packages can be found here.

https://pacstall.dev
https://github.com/pacstall/pacstall

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