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Thank you Ihatewindows522.
I am learning how to use Konsole so I don't quite know what to do with this. Below is the response to my apt get cammand.
apt get numlockx
Usage: apt command [options]
apt help command [options]
autoclean - Erase old downloaded archive files
autoremove - Remove automatically all unused packages
build - Build binary or source packages from sources
build-dep - Configure build-dependencies for source packages
changelog - View a package's changelog
check - Verify that there are no broken dependencies
clean - Erase downloaded archive files
contains - List packages containing a file
content - List files contained in a package
deb - Install a .deb package
depends - Show raw dependency information for a package
dist-upgrade - Perform an upgrade, possibly installing and removing packages
download - Download the .deb file for a package
dselect-upgrade - Follow dselect selections
held - List all held packages
help - Show help for a command
hold - Hold a package
install - Install/upgrade packages
policy - Show policy settings
purge - Remove packages and their configuration files
rdepends - Show reverse dependency information for a package
reinstall - Download and (possibly) reinstall a currently installed package
remove - Remove packages
search - Search for a package by name and/or expression
show - Display detailed information about a package
source - Download source archives
sources - Edit /etc/apt/sources.list with nano
unhold - Unhold a package
update - Download lists of new/upgradable packages
upgrade - Perform a safe upgrade
version - Show the installed version of a package
This apt has Super Cow Powers
It is probably no surprise to you that the program did not work. I see the above is a list but do not see how to execute a file to install the working program.
I thank you for further assistance.
frogi456 (k/n/a Ihatewindowsmorethanyou456)