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I’m experimenting with VPNs, so I wanted to install pptpd. john@desktop:~$ sudo apt-get install pptpd [sudo] password for john: The following extra packages will be installed: bcrelay The following NEW packages will be installed: bcrelay pptpd 0 upgr
[ http://askubuntu. com/questions/1743/is-aptitude-still-considered-superior-to-apt-get ] When I first started with Ubuntu using aptitude was the 'in-thing', with some stated improvements over apt-get. Am I correct in saying that apt-get has now 'cau
When you install certain updates (e. g. a new kernel) in Ubuntu Desktop, you get an indication that a reboot is required (in Lucid, the logout icon turns red)
keyboard: dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration system language: # Debian --> https://wiki. debian. org/ChangeLanguage dpkg-reconfigure locales # Ubuntu --> https://help
Answer #: 1 Check out Keryx, it’s an offline repository manager. How does it work? It lets you download updates and new programs (with dependencies) to your flash drive. Its interface is similar to synaptic but it works from a pendrive (it doesn’t ne
Answer #: 1 Now go to Synaptic Package Manager (System > Administration > Synaptic Package Manager) Click search button and type package name. When you find package select it and go to Package (in menu) and click Lock Version. and you are done,
. A few weeks ago I showed you how to force automatic updates using a simple script. This week I came across another interesting tool that can manage automatic updates
If you ever wondered about how to backup list of installed packages and then restore it on another machine then you need to know that it does not require anything more then three basic utilities - dpkg to import/export list of packages, apt-get to in
This topic describes how to find, install, remove, and update NuGet packages using PowerShell commands. You can also work with packages using the Manage NuGet Packages dialog box. For more information, see Manage NuGet Packages Using the Package Mana
Simple enough question: is there some shell command (or GUI method) I can use that, given the path to a file on my system, tells me what package put it there? Assuming the file did in fact come from a package, that is. Bonus question: what if it’s a