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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 help you learn to install and update your software. It explains how to manage software packages. This portal is fit for a beginner. So it uses a simplified informatic language. We recommend reading the [:QuickInstall:installation of Debian] page before you 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Your [:DebianStable:Debian stable] runs great but softwares are a little bit outdated compared to other distributions ?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.
 * [:DebianUpgrade:How to upgrade your distribution]
 * ["Synaptic"] - A nice graphical tool to manage your package ''(recommended)''
 * ["Aptitude"] - The main package management tool for Debian
 * ["DebianUpgrade"] - How to upgrade your distribution
 * ["B
ackports"] - Your [:DebianStable:Debian stable] runs great but softwares are a little bit outdated compared to other distributions ?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 help you learn to install and update your software. It explains how to manage software packages. This portal is fit for a beginner. So it uses a simplified informatic language. We recommend reading the [:QuickInstall:installation of Debian] page before you 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.

External links:


See also: PackageManagement - ["Apt"]