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command line program for Ubuntu to edit ID3 tags?

David Kramer wrote:
> Huh.  Add/Remove programs didn't show it, but Synaptic does, and more.
> I wonder why.

Add/Remove mainly contains full programs accessible to anyone, usually with
a GUI. Notice how Add/Remove doesn't require a password to install. It
installs all dependencies as well. Synaptic contains previous versions of
software, additional libraries and documentation (notice the "Documentation"
and "Libraries" section), etc. Add/Remove is basically a watered down
Synaptic. Most CLI programs and packages will be in Synaptic, such as
compilers, interpreters, etc.

Jonathan Hills

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