The advanced package manager tool 1.0 has been released with a new ‘apt’ binary application that combines commands from apt-get and apt-cache command-line utilities. The apt binary currently supports the following commands: list: which is similar to dpkg list and can be used with flags like –installed or –upgradable. search: works just like apt-cache search […]
Ubuntuzilla is an APT repository that contains the most recent and latest versions of Mozilla Firefox, Mozilla Thunderbird, and Mozilla Seamonkey software’s. This repository will work on all Ubuntu and as well as Debian derivatives. Ubuntuzilla has a support forum on the Ubuntu Forums in the 3rd party projects area, so that users can use […]
APTonCD is an application that can be used to create a local repository with existing installed packages in a CD/DVD. This tool will be useful to restore packages on other ubuntu/debian systems for one who are not having internet and don’t want to download all packages again. Using this tool we can backup of all […]
Ola guys! I started to learn some Spanish and this is the reason I am greeting in Spanish. I hope you like it, because I am not here to share academic papers with you, right? I am here to make learn some Linux fun. The reason why you should stick with Unixmen is that you […]
You will be notified by the systems (servers) itself that you are managing if there are any new software updates, security fixes and other upgrades by Software Updater (GUI). The Software Updater will automatically pop-up and notify if there are any new updates when you login to your system. If you don’t login to your […]
This article provides you supplement software to enhance your LinuxMint. You can install these packages by just clicking image (apt://) and then the installation will be launched. This is not a security breach, since these packages are installed using apt-get and your configured repositories.
With this tutorial we will try to show you how to install softwares by clicking on a link in your browser. If you want to install only some of the software list in this page, you can do it by simply clicking on the links put on the packages’ names.
111Posted January 13, 2009 by M.el Khamlichi
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