Thursday, June 8, 2017

How to install Resetter 1.0.0 on Ubuntu 16.04, 17.04

   Resetter is an application built with python and pyqt that will help to reset an Ubuntu, Linux-Mint, and some other distros to stock, without having to manually re-install by using a live usb/cd/dvd image.


How does it work?
  •     Typical case of auto apps reset
    installed programs list - updated manifest = non-default programs
    updated manifest - installed programs list = MPIAs

    reset = (Installed programs list - non-default programs) + MPIAs
    There are other reset features, see features list.

Officially supported distros [64-bit]
  •     Linux Mint 18.1
  •     Linux Mint 18
  •     Linux Mint 17.3
  •     Ubuntu 17.04
  •     Ubuntu 16.10
  •     Ubuntu 16.04
  •     Ubuntu 14.04
  •     Elementary OS 0.4
  •     Debian jessie ~ delayed but will come via resetter-cli
  •     Linux Deepin 15.4

Resetter (1.0.0-stable) Changelog:

  •    better system type detection
  •    bug fix: re-enabled automatic reset default user addition
  •    New feature: remove all non-default users
  •    New feature: dependency view in custom reset
  •    New feature: Able to remove all snap packages on reset
  •    a bit of code refactoring and cleanup
  •    updated manifest for ubuntu distros mainly 14.04
  •    misc improvements

Installation instructions: 

Open terminal and insert command line...

$ sudo apt-get install gdebi

$ wget -c https://github.com/gaining/Resetter/releases/download/v1.0.0-stable/resetter_1.0.0-stable_all.deb

$ sudo gdebi resetter_1.0.0-stable_all.deb


refer original : https://howto-ubuntunew.blogspot.com



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