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UPI - Universal Post Install

Your best friend in post installation!

Author: Mirko Brombin

This script allows you to perform actions that are normally performed after installing a Linux distribution. The system automatically detects the distribution and language you are using and executes the appropriate script.

If you are watching this project from GitHub: please note that this is a mirror and the official project is available at the

How to use it?

Download the updated zip here, or clone from GitHub:
git clone
If you downloaded the archive, extract it. Now choose one of the following methods:

Enter in folder Universal-Post-Install and run: ./

GUI mode

Enter in folder Universal-Post-Install and run: with -gtk flag: sudo python -gtk


  • python
  • python-gi


Scripts for each distribution are not necessarily written by the same creator of UPI, so it may happen that it is not available in the language of your system. If the script did not find a version that corresponds to your language, it will load it in English.

Supported Distributions:

  • ElementaryOS
  • Deepin
  • Ubuntu
  • Debian (under development, not tested)

Your distribution is not supported?

Ask for integration in the Issues section.

Custom configurations for UPI?

On certain situations, it is useful to provide your collaborators with a tool for installing/removing/updating packages and performing various types of operations.
UPI is an easy-to-use tool, if you're interested in creating a custom post-installation script, just fork the project and create your script in the scripts folder. At the moment I am working on a detailed Wiki where to step by step how to create a custom script.