I would like to install some of the things on the Ubuntu Software Center via command line (apt-get). Is this possible? If so does anyone have the url handy to add to sources.list? I can't seem to find this documented anywhere. Looking for something like:
deb http://apps.ubuntu.com/ precise main
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Finding the package name worked great for most free apps.
Is there a difference if it's a commercial application (even though it's free)? I'm specifically interested in:
The version info contains: perforce-version-management 2012.3+1-0ubuntu1 However, 'apt-cache search perforce' or 'apt-cache search perforce-version-management' don't turn up this app.