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NixOS 22.05 Is Out with GNOME 42.1, Calamares Graphical Installer

Dubbed “Quokka,” NixOS 22.05 comes six months after NixOS 21.11 and introduces Nix 2.8 as the default package management system. Learn more here.
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13 Apk Commands for Alpine Linux Package Management

Alpine Linux is an independent, free, and open-source Linux distribution. Learn about apk commands for Alpine Linux package management here.
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How to Use XBPS Package Manager on Void Linux

Void Linux is an independently developed, rolling-release, general-purpose operating system. XBPS is the default command line package manager tool in Void Linux. Here’s how to use it to install, remove, update, and upgrade packages in Void Linux in a b…

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How to Install and use PHP Composer on AlmaLinux 8

PHP Composer is a dependency manager for PHP that allows you to download and install all required packages for a project. Learn how to install and use PHP Composer on AlmaLinux 8 here.
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15 apt Command Examples in Ubuntu / Debian Linux

Apt is a command-line package management utility for Ubuntu and Debian Linux. Apt is used to install, remove, update and upgrade Debian packages from the command line in Ubuntu and Debian systems. In this post, we will cover 15 apt command examples in …

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YUM Commands for Beginners: 15 Useful Ones

YUM is an RPM (RedHat Package Manager) based package management tool for Linux Systems. Learn 15 useful YUM commands for beginners here.
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How to Use apt Command to Manage Packages in Linux

Learn how to use the apt command in Ubuntu, Debian, Linux Mint, or any other Debian or Ubuntu-based distributions. Examples are included so you can manage packages with ease.
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How to Find Which Package a File Belongs in Linux

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How to Install Specific Version of Package using DNF

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How to Convert Linux Packages with Alien

Alien is a command line package converter that converts between different Linux package formats such as Red Hat rpm, Debian deb, Stampede slp, Slackware tgz, and Solaris pkg. Learn how to convert Linux packages with Alien here.
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How to Install Backports & Experimental Repository on Debian 11

The following tutorial will teach you how to install backports or upgrade an individual package or blindly upgrade your entire system on Debian 11. As a bonus, the tutorial has included the experimental option for those who love to live on the edge.
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Install PostgreSQL on Ubuntu: An Easy-to-Follow Guide

Most Linux distributions have PostgreSQL integrated with their package management. In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to install and use the version available by default with your version of Ubuntu as well as how to install it by adding the…

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Elementary OS – A Linux Distro for Windows and macOS Users

Elementary OS is an Ubuntu-based GNU/Linux distribution, which started as a theme and application set for Ubuntu and later turned into an independent Linux distribution. It inherits the legacy of Ubuntu OS and shares Ubuntu’s software center for packag…

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How to Create Your Own Repository for Packages on Debian

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Difference Between apt-get upgrade and dist-upgrade

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