A distro-agnostic application management and software installation tool based on PackageKit.
This project has been superseded by Limba.
Check out Limba at http://
Listaller unifies the way you manage software on your Linux distribution, by providing an user-friendly application-
We also provide a software setup package format (IPK-packages), which works on all Linux distributions and provide tools to make your application-
The project has merged with Autopackage some time ago.
One of Listaller's strengths is it's close integration with AppStream and PackageKit. This means that you will be able to manage Listaller-installed applications with your favourite package-manager, like GNOME-PackageKit, Apper or even the Ubuntu Software Center.
Listaller is primarily designed to be run on Linux distributions, but it might also work e.g. on *BSD if someone decides to work on integration.
Bugs & Feature Requests
Please report bugs in Launchpad using the 'Bugs' tab. Feature requests should go to 'Blueprints' (you can also create a bug if you have a patch for it)
If you would like to become involved in Listaller development, you can start off with fixing some bugs or implementing a new feature that is described in an Blueprint and decided as valid. You should also become a member of the Listaller-DevTeam. For Git access, just write an email to our mailinglist.
If you would like to create packages for Listaller, read the quickstart instructions: http://
Our Mailinglist is located here: http://
All bugs Latest bugs reported
Bug #1467711: Listaller fails to compile on Fedora 22
Reported on 2015-06-23
Bug #1361686: PackageKit Daemon crash when I install using pkcon a IPK package
Reported on 2014-08-26
Bug #1052404: ligcc fails to compile a precompiled header
Reported on 2012-09-18
Bug #1050586: ./prepare can't detect sqlite (also: trouble with cmake)
Reported on 2012-09-13
Bug #999115: Ubuntu 12.04LTS Google Earth install anomaly and font bug
Reported on 2012-07-30