I have a list of packages I would like to install on a fresh Ubuntu. Since those is a quite old list, I would like so see the outcome, If I would replace the suggestions automatically.
So all packages that are referenced to a newer other package shoud be auto-resolved and missing packages should be auto ignored.
Is there such an option like
apt-get install --fix-all
Then I could install it with
url=https://gist.githubusercontent.com/rubo77/bd9183fe2794467f482c/raw/5342531410a31513f827a2b8050e569e57870b66/gistfile1.txt echo $(wget $url -qO -|xargs) > /tmp/pkglist sudo apt-get install $(cat /tmp/pkglist)