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Debian’s APT Package Manager Has Reached Version 1.0, Comming With New Features

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, APT (Advanced Package Tool) is the default command-line package manager for Debian, Ubuntu and their derivative systems. Recently, APT has reached version 1.0, after 16 years since it was recently developed. Ubuntu’s Synaptic

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How to Install and Use apt-fast For Faster Installations and Updates

From what I have noticed, apt-fast is much faster than the classical apt-get package manager for Debian based distros. The apt-fast tool is a wrapper that uses axel as the default download manager. apt-fast is good for low network connections,

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How To Overwrite Existing Files From A Removed Package in Ubuntu and Debian

Concept: Remove vs Purge When you remove a package, some configuration files of the removed package remain in the package’s destination. Purging a package, means removing a package and all it’s configuration files. So, to overwrite the files an removed

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