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inline:Portal/IDB/icon-apt-32x32.png The main goal of this portal is to learn to install and update your softwares. It explains how to manage software packages with [:Apt:apt] tools. This portal fits for beginner. So it uses a simplified informatic language. We recommand to read [:QuickInstall:installation of Debian] before to start here. inline:Portal/IDB/icon-apt-32x32.png The main goal of this portal is to learn to install and update your softwares. It explains how to manage software packages. This portal fits for beginner. So it uses a simplified informatic language. We recommand to read [:QuickInstall:installation of Debian] before to start here.
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["Apt"] and ["dpkg"] are the heart of Debian subsystem package management. These programs help to install, remove or get your system up-to-date.
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 * ["Synaptic"] a nice graphical tool to manage your package
 * ["Aptitude"] An advanced packagement management tool for Debian
 * ["Apt"] is the heart of Debian subsystem package management
 * [:PackageManagement:Portal of advanced informations about the package management]
 * ["Backports"]:
Your [:DebianStable:Debian stable] runs great but softwares are a little bit outdated compared to other distributions ? That is where backports come in.
 * ["Synaptic"] - A nice graphical tool to manage your package ''(recommended)''
 * ["Aptitude"] - The main package management tool for Debian
 * ["DebianUpgrade"] - How to upgrade your distribution
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ackports"] - Your [:DebianStable:Debian stable] runs great but softwares are a little bit outdated compared to other distributions ? That is where backports come in.
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CategoryPortal | CategoryQuickPackageManagement See also: PackageManagement - ["Apt"]
 
CategoryPortal | CategoryQuickPackageManagement

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http://www.debian.org/logos/openlogo-nd-50.png http://www.debian.org/Pics/debian.png

inline:Portal/IDB/logo_portal.png Welcome on ["Debian"] package management


inline:Portal/IDB/icon-apt-32x32.png The main goal of this portal is to learn to install and update your softwares. It explains how to manage software packages. This portal fits for beginner. So it uses a simplified informatic language. We recommand to read [:QuickInstall:installation of Debian] before to start here.


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http://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/quick-reference/ch-package.en.html - Debian official references

  • ["Synaptic"] - A nice graphical tool to manage your package (recommended)

  • ["Aptitude"] - The main package management tool for Debian
  • ["DebianUpgrade"] - How to upgrade your distribution

  • ["Backports"] - Your [:DebianStable:Debian stable] runs great but softwares are a little bit outdated compared to other distributions ? That is where backports come in.

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See also: PackageManagement - ["Apt"]