Tagged: Package managers

AUR package Manager

Trizen – A Lightweight AUR Package Manager For Arch-Based Systems

Important Update: Please don’t use Trizen. It is out dated and discontinued. Use Yay AUR helper instead. https://www.ostechnix.com/yay-found-yet-another-reliable-aur-helper/ Update: It is good to know that the development of Trizen is resumed and it is being...

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...

Find The List Of Installed Repositories

How To Find The List Of Installed Repositories From Commandline In Linux

This brief tutorial explains how to find the list of installed repositories from command line in different Linux operating systems. Finding installed repositories from CLI mode is not only easier, but also faster method compared...

Speed Up Downloading Of Packages In Ubuntu

How To Speed Up Downloading Of Packages In Ubuntu

We all know that we can install, update, upgrade and remove packages using apt or aptitude package managers in Debian-based systems such as Ubuntu, Linux Mint etc. These package managers pulls the packages along with...

download a RPM package with all dependencies

How To Download A RPM Package With All Dependencies In CentOS

The other day I was trying to create a local repository with packages only we use often in CentOS 7. Of course, we can download any package using curl or wget commands. These commands however...