TP2 is a generic package manager for Unix. It offers several unique features, such as support for namespaces (which allow different people to own different areas of a file system to install packages into). It is in use on Linux, Solaris, and HP-UX, and will shortly be validated for AIX. It aims to be fast and easy to use (both to install and generate packages for).
turns any source distribution into an autonomous package that can be used on any Linux distribution. Packages are "AppDirs" and can be moved around at will (like on MacOS X, RiscOS and NextStep). Packages are also automatically bundled with required shared
UniPKG - Universal PacKaGe manager - is a modular package manager. It contains support for RPM, DEB and slack's TGZ package format. In distant future, ArchLinux's package format is planned as well. It doesn't depend on any of the distribution's tools - it's completely self-sufficient, formats such as cpio or tar were (re)implemented.
dedicated to providing a fast, free Newton package installer for UN*Xes
based on BSD ports system, it can be used on any FSH 2.x Linux compatible distribution. UPMS have two level of dependencies checking, required and suggested. This two levels makes UPMS to tune all of the packages to optimal or minimal
Urpkg is software to install programs in a safe and undoable way. It is able to see what files any given installation command creates, and list and remove them.
urpmi is the command-line package management tool used by the Mandriva Linux distribution.
Voodoo Package Manager
aims to keep track of all your packages that you downloaded of the web or through cvs, by tracing your install script for new or modified files
The X Binary Package System (XBPS) is a new binary package system designed and implemented from scratch. Its goal is to be fast, easy to use, bug-free, featureful and portable as much as possible.
X Interface for Package Management: its aim is to ease system maintenance and to provide an efficient way of browsing through archives stored on high capacity medias
a GUI front-end for pkgtools - the Slackware Linux package manager. It's designed to allow users to perform the common package maintenance operations,
such install, remove and upgrade packages with ease, in a nice X-based user interface
Y PPA Manager
Y PPA Manager is a tool for easily managing Launchpad PPAs that uses YAD for a graphical user interface
Yellow dog Updater, Modified
Yellow dog Updater, Modified is an automatic updater and package installer/remover for rpm systems. It automatically computes dependencies and figures out what things should occur to install packages. It makes it easier to maintain groups of machines without having to manually update each one using rpm.
Yo I'm Not Pro
Yo I'm Not Pro is a small application center separated on categories for archlinux/based distros. At this stage, it has 82 predefined applications.
YOURI stands for "Youri Offers an Upload & Repository Infrastucture". It aims to build tools making management of a coherent set of packages easier.
yumpkgs is a tool to help people download the right set of RPM packages needed to update another computer that can't download the packages itself, for whatever reason.
YUMRepoManager is a YUM configuration manager. It allows users to easily manage repository configurations, use most of YUM's options, enable and disable YUM plugins, and edit configuration files.
a GUI front-end for yum, written in TCL/TK. It provides the ability to easily list/install updated packages as well as those available for initial installation, with popups providing descriptions of each package