Pip is a Python package manager used to install and manage project dependencies. Learn how to install Python Pip on Ubuntu 22.04 here.
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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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YUM (Yellowdog Updater Modified) is an open-source, widely used command-line and graphical-based package management tool for RPM (RedHat Package Manager) based Linux systems, including, but not limited to, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), CentOS, Scientific Linux (SL), Oracle Linux (OL), Rocky Linux and AlmaLinux, which is used to install, update, remove or search software packages […]
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The Snap Package Manager is a modern package manager in Linux. Learn how to install and use Snap Package Manager on AlmaLinux 8.
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Yarn is a package manager for Node (Node.js) and is intended as a replacement for npm (node package manager). Instead of installing from a registry, Yarn installs packages from other nodes on your network that have already downloaded the packages. This tutorial will show you step-by-step on how to Install yarn on Debian 11. We […]
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Fonts are a really important part of the user experience. On the most commonly used Linux-based distributions, there are many packaged fonts that can be installed using the native package manager. Sometimes, however, we may want to install fonts manual…Read More
DNF stands for Dandified YUM, a completely updated version of YUM Package Manager. It was originally introduced on Fedora 18 and has now become the default package manager on Fedora 22, RHEL, and CentOS 8 to handle the RPM package management. DNF improves the deficiencies of YUM, including poor performance, high memory usage, and slowness […]Read More
Homebrew is a popular command line-based package manager for macOS. It can also be installed and used on Linux. Here’s why and how.
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Using a proxy server as an internet access intermediary is a common business scenario. This guide will show you how to set proxy for APT package manager so that you may be able to install and update packages from remote repos.
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SUSE (Software and System Entwicklung (Germany) meaning Software and System Development, in English) Linux lies on top of Linux Kernel brought by Novell. SUSE comes in two pack. One of them is called OpenSUSE, which is freely available (free as in speech as well as free as in wine). Zypper is the command line interface of ZYpp package […]
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Coming almost three months after Clonezilla Live 2.7.2, the Clonezilla Live 2.7.3 release is here with an up-to-date package base that was synced with the Debian Sid (Unstable) software repository as of August 17th, 2021, and a newer kernel based on Linux 5.10.46 LTS. Clonezilla Live 2.7.3 is not a major release, but it includes […]
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Package Manager is software that allows a user in case of installation of new software, up-gradation of system, or updating any specific software and such sorts of things. In the case of Linux-based systems wherein one software has lots of dependencies whose presence is required for a complete installation of that software, applications like package […]
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DNF stands for Dandified YUM, it is a completely updated version of YUM Package Manager. It was originally introduced on Fedora 18, and has now become the default package manager on Fedora 22, RHEL, and CentOS-8 to handle the RPM package management. DNF improves the deficiencies of YUM, including poor performance, high memory usage, and […]Read More