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Although the program is now abandonware (I am sad too) there is a repackaged version which works on 16.04 announced in this article. There is a ppa here deb http://archive.getdeb.net/ubuntu xenial-getdeb apps for which the key is wget -q -O- http://archive.getdeb.net/getdeb-archive.key | sudo apt-key add - Or you can just download the .deb from here ...
Just one little problem with this solution... unity-tweak-tool does not have any of the following capabilities, which ubuntu-tweak handles effortlessly: 1. delete old kernels 2. clear apt cache (granted this is easy to do from the command line) 3. clear the browser cache for all the installed browsers I am quite disappointed that these capabilities are no ...
If cleaning is your objective, you have many options. Bleachbit is great. Nautilus has addons [use Synaptic to install these]. In terminal, you have autoremove and autoclean.
if you are familiar with the command line you can do exact the same thing yourself with a look at this answer: http://askubuntu.com/a/234792/354350 BUT be careful and you should know what you are doing, because some commands use superuser-rights! ...maybe write a little script and everything is done with just one click! ;-) anyway i would recommend to use ...
You can use unity-tweak-tool to install it: sudo apt-get install unity-tweak-tool
To install tweak in ubuntu 16.04, simply run sudo apt install unity-tweak-tool This will install tweak-tools.
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