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Rudix Alternatives

Rudix is described as 'package-based, user-friendly way to extend the Unix portion of Mac OS X with additional network utilities, computer languages, development libraries, text tools and everything else you missed from command line' and is a Package Manager in the development category. There are four alternatives to Rudix for Mac, Homebrew and Linux. The best alternative is Homebrew, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like Rudix are Homebrew Cask, MacPorts and Fink.

Rudix alternatives are mainly Package Managers but may also be Software Installers or Software Updaters. Filter by these if you want a narrower list of alternatives or looking for a specific functionality of Rudix.
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  • FreeOpen Source
  • Mac

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    Homebrew

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Mac
    • Linux

    Homebrew is the easiest and most flexible way to install the UNIX tools Apple didn’t include with macOS. Also available for Linux.

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    Homebrew Cask

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Mac
    • Homebrew

    Homebrew-cask provides a friendly homebrew-style CLI workflow for the administration of Mac applications distributed as binaries.

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    MacPorts

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Mac

    The MacPorts Project is an opensource package management system that simplifies compiling, installing, upgrading, and removal of other open-source software on Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger and later, running on Intel or Apple Silicon.

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    Fink

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Mac

    What is Fink?

    Fink is a project that wants to bring the full world of Unix Open Source software to Darwin and Mac OS X. As a result, we have two main goals. First, to modify existing Open Source software so that it will compile and run on Mac OS X. (This process is called portin.

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