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 * View [[http://screenshots.debian.net/packages|screenshots]] of packages
 * [[https://packages.debian.org/stable/|Packages available within Debian Stable, sorted by categories]]
 * [[http://screenshots.debian.net/packages|Screenshots of packages]]

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Portal/IDB/logo_portal.png Welcome to the Debian software portal


Portal/IDB/icon-application-32x32.png This section contains information to help with discovering and using software from an end-user perspective.


Software

Quick access

Portal/IDB/icon-template-32x32.png Editors
Portal/IDB/icon-edutainment-32x32.png Edutainment
Portal/IDB/icon-emulator-32x32.png Emulators
Portal/IDB/icon-game-32x32.png Games

Portal/IDB/icon-multimedia-32x32.png Multimedia
Portal/IDB/icon-network-32x32.png Internet and networks
Portal/IDB/icon-office-32x32.png Office applications
Portal/IDB/icon-development-32x32.png Programming

Portal/IDB/icon-security-32x32.png Security
Portal/IDB/icon-printer-32x32.png Printing

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Archive and disk images : Managing compressed files, Managing ISO files, Mount, view and extract files in an ISO

Installing software

The recommended way to install new software on Debian is by using packages from the official repositories. These repositories should contain most of the software you will want to install, allowing you not to rely on external sources.

To achieve this, Debian has several tools dedicated to Package Management, which allow you to manage the APT repositories (main, contrib, non-free), and to search and select software to be installed.

Provided you know what you are doing, you might also get software by :

  • building the software from sources.
  • installing packages from unofficial repositories/websites.
  • getting binaries
  • deploying software with containers such as Docker
  • using Flatpak or other package managers such as Nix/Guix.
  • writing your own! ;)

See also


CategoryPortal | CategorySoftware