Tagged: APT

Force APT Package Manager To Use IPv4

How To Force APT Package Manager To Use IPv4 In Ubuntu 16.04

APT, short or Advanced Package Tool, is the default package manager for Debian-based systems. Using APT, we can install, update, upgrade and remove applications from the system. Lately, I have been facing a strange error. ...

Apt-clone - Backup Installed Packages

Backup Installed Packages And Restore Them On Freshly Installed Ubuntu System

Installing the same set of packages on multiple Ubuntu systems is time consuming and boring task. You don’t want to spend your time to install the same packages over and over on multiple systems. When...

Upgrade Offline Debian-based Systems

How To Fully Update And Upgrade Offline Debian-based Systems

A while ago we have shown you how to install software in any offline Ubuntu system and any offline Arch Linux system. Today, we will see how to fully update and upgrade offline Debian-based systems....

how-can-i-help - Contributions To Debian

An Easy Way To Find Opportunities For Contributions To Debian Packages

Howdy developers! Today, I’ve come up with a cool tip for you. For those who wanted to contribute to Debian, there is a program called “how-can-i-help”. As the name says, whenever you install or upgrade...

Install Packages From A Specific Repository In Linux

How To Install Packages From A Specific Repository In Linux

This brief tutorial explains how to install packages from a specific repository from command line in Unix-like operating systems. This can be useful when a certain package is not available from the official repositories or...