apt

Commandline package manager
 
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This package provides commandline tools for searching and managing as well as querying information about packages as a low-level access to all features of the libapt-pkg library.

These include:
* apt-get for retrieval of packages and information about them
from authenticated sources and for installation, upgrade and
removal of packages together with their dependencies
* apt-cache for querying available information about installed
as well as installable packages
* apt-cdrom to use removable media as a source for packages
* apt-config as an interface to the configuration settings
* apt-key as an interface to manage authentication keys
Latest reviews
5
cmoi 4 years ago

Puissant et très pratique

5
lib2know 5 years ago

most useful line is
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade

5
mcneil 5 years ago

the package boss.. cant live without..

4
iosonoscrive 5 years ago

Very usefulVery usefulVery useful

5
Rebel450 6 years ago

who wants to live without ...

5
warlock3 6 years ago

Easy to use

5
asderceder 6 years ago

not only useful to update/install/remove software but also my favourite way of finding errors in repositories and to autoremove packages that are not needed anymore.

5
warlock2 6 years ago

Great

5
sa3paleasm 6 years ago

Great

5
bjtamas 7 years ago

Grafikus felületet érintő kataklizmák esetén maga a megmentő, a hétköznapokban pedig megbízható igásló.

4
ulrich3110 8 years ago

On the shell i can rebuild all my software in a few hours.

4
QreAtop_R3BaCk 8 years ago

good

5
shelff 8 years ago

ok

5
jahid_0903014 8 years ago

it's very useful & necessary tool for a linux user

5
azzam 8 years ago

Updating, installing & uninstalling is so easy and effective with that - great!

5
michelsaey 9 years ago

Most effective tool ever!

4
ulysses 9 years ago

For me very helpful.

4
Boringbytes 9 years ago

Yes, its a fine tool. Apt does not get enough love. I make a lot of syntax and typing errors, so it can drive me crazy, but I'd be lost without it.

5
jamesm 10 years ago

aptitude install Awesomness; echo $?; This is a really good front end for dpkg. Thanks Debian.