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Uninstall apache2To remove just apache2 package itself from Ubuntu 16. 04 (Xenial Xerus) execute on terminal: sudo apt-get remove apache2Uninstall apache2 and it's dependent packagesTo remove the apache2 package and any other dependant package which
Node Version Manager always has the latestI'm strongly of the opinion that installing Node with Node Version Manager is the best option on Ubuntu, if you're installing it on a computer where you intend to do development (instead of a production serve
by Tomas Last Updated November 30, 2017 01:02 AM I would like to make sure it's safe to download software using sudo apt-get install. Are the packages scanned somewhere? Are all packages downloaded using this command virus free? If there is no guaran
I'm trying to install the package LaTeXila, and the output looks like this: $ sudo apt-get install latexila --no-install-recommends Reading package lists. .
Thanks to all of you for your comments. I will then go with favorizing the pip approach, too (together with virtualenv, which I did not really use up to now). As I am sticking with python3 whenever possible, I will try to use venv, which is included
sudo apt-get install pppoe will download pppoe package and install it. Is it possible to just download pppoe package and not install it with apt-get command? wget http://ftp. us
by Abe Last Updated May 07, 2017 22:02 PM I tried updating my packages from the terminal and this is what I got: $ sudo apt-get update E: The method driver /usr/lib/apt/methods/http could not be found. E: The method driver /usr/lib/apt/methods/http c
It became useful for us to have a slightly more easy and accurate answer to the question "when was the last time we patched this thing?". So I put this together. I tested it on 12
I searched for a simple way to create . deb Packages for things which have no source code to compile (configs, shellscripts, proprietary software). This was quite a problem because most of the package tutorials are assuming you have a source tarball