What is Zypper? As you may know already, Zypper is most powerful command line package manager for installing, updating and removing packages as well as for managing repositories. Zypper is an open source project sponsored by Novell, and licensed under GNU GPL v2. It has been used in openSUSE since version 10.2. Unlike other popular […]
Dear unixmen reader, In this tutorial you will learn about the apt-get command-line tool which is considered the user’s “back-end” to other tools using the APT library for handling packages. It has many useful options that help the user to update the machine, upgrade, install new software, manage software and remove packages when the user […]
1822Posted February 20, 2014 by oltjano terpollari
So you’re using Ubuntu or Ubuntu derivatives and want to install/update/upgrade packages, what are you going to do? The answer is very simple and we all know the answer: apt-get. We can install packages using command: apt-get install <package-name>, update packages with command: apt-get update, or upgrade using command: apt-get upgrade. This is the default […]
You are a Linux user (Ubuntu). You always install applications from the terminal using apt-get install. Even though you can add and remove applications using GUI (Synaptic Package Manager), it is always said that the command line is power. After installing a whole lot of applications both small and large in size. You now need […]
3095Posted September 26, 2013 by Enock Seth Nyamador
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