came across this statement and just wondered
came across this statement when looking for pdf reader for debian...
"foxit in windows. whatever works and is available in ubuntu. I usually install the ubuntu-restricted-extras package so i think I get the binary version."
whats a binary version? whats the benefit? didnt understand this...
is it that he/she will have a binary file that can be run...like a dpk? or rpm in red hat...but whats the difference with installing from the cli vs binary packages?
Last edited by sigint-ninja; 06-18-2015 at 07:32 PM.