Made installing more simple

Written for linux-purge by Jarno Suni on 2019-08-12

I made an install script to easily install linux-purge with its manual page and Bash completion feature. I have still not invested in packaging, because this utility is mostly needed in case you can not install anything by apt.

Run the following command chain in terminal to install linux-purge in your system:

sh -c 'cd /tmp && wget -N https://git.launchpad.net/linux-purge/plain/install-linux-purge.sh && chmod +x ./install-linux-purge.sh && sudo ./install-linux-purge.sh && rm ./install-linux-purge.sh' && [ "$BASH" ] && echo Replaced current shell in order to make the Bash completion work. && exec bash

You may be prompted for password because of use of sudo with the script.

If you have installed bash-completion file of linux-purge under user's home directory before, you should delete it, if you use this method.

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