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How to use Python3 to apt-get install packages?

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Hello all,
    I am trying to make a Python3 script to install packages using apt-get (just git for now) but can not find much information on it for some reason. Most everything I come across is for Python 2.x, should I just stick to using that instead?

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I would. Python 3 just doesn't seem to have caught on yet. Odd really, because it's been around for years.
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It seems like Bash itself might actually just end up being better for installing packages and what not. I guess I could use Bash to trigger python scripts if I need them for anything specific like modifying files, or what not, instead of just doing the whole thing using it.
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