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Try these commands in terminal, sudo apt-get purge synaptic sudo apt-get install synaptic or sudo apt-get install --reinstall synaptic Yes,it was really important.You can easily check which packages are installed and which are not installed through synaptic.
Those file where we need to run ./configure , make, sudo make install are archives with source code of the application in it. Synaptic is a graphical management software for installing debian packages with all it's dependencies. Those debian packages are precomplied and to put it simply they are just archives containing the binaries and configuration files. ...
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