How To Add Apt Repository In Ubuntu and Debian?

How To Add Apt Repository In Ubuntu and Debian?

Ubuntu and Debian use the apt repositories in order to download and install packages. Apt repositories provide the *.deb packages with their metadata information. Ubuntu and Debian provide official Apt repositories with a lot of packages. But in some cases 3rd party apt repositories can be used to install different software packages. The add-apt-repository command … Read more

How To List Installed Packages In Ubuntu?

How To List Installed Packages In Ubuntu?

Ubuntu is a popular Linux distribution that uses *.deb packages. The package management can be done via different ways or tools like apt, apt-get, dpkg, GUI Package manager, etc. You may ask how can you list installed packages in Ubuntu for different cases by using different tools. List Installed Packages with apt Command The apt … Read more

List Upgradeable Packages with apt In Ubuntu

List Upgradeable Packages with apt In Ubuntu

Ubuntu uses the apt and apt-get command in order to manage packages. The apt is the next-generation update of the apt-get command and provides the same features with some extra useful features. The apt command can be used to list upgradeable packages before and upgrade. Update Package and Repository Information with “apt update” The apt … Read more

How To Install .deb Packages (GUI& Command Line)?

How To Install .deb Packages (GUI& Command Line)?

Linux distributions like Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, Kali, etc. uses .deb packages in order to install new software. These .deb packages can be provided via different ways like a central repository, file server, USB, web page, etc. After acquiring a .deb package it should be installed into the current system. Even in most cases centralized package … Read more