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I've read installing suggest packages via apt-get, and I've read how to look suggested and recommended packages from aptitude..
But then, How to install it all using aptitude?

Best Regards,

Ahmad

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To install packages via aptitude:

sudo aptitude install <package_name>

To remove packages:

sudo aptitude purge <package_name>

Refer man page of aptitude for more.

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No.. I want install all suggest that I've found using the script from given links.. – Ahmad Azwar Anas Feb 21 '14 at 4:00
    
from you link, I've got Aptitude::Recommends-Important to get recommended one.. but how about the suggest? – Ahmad Azwar Anas Feb 21 '14 at 4:02

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