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Old 08-13-2006, 06:54 PM   #1
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LXer: Linux 101: Efficient software management with the Advanced Package Tool in Debian

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One of the characteristic features of any Linux distribution is its official software management system. Just as RPM to some degree defined Red Hat Linux throughout much of its history so too has the DEB package format helped to define the Debian GNU/Linux distribution. Explore the benefits of the Advanced Package Tool (APT) package manager for the Debian Linux distribution.[A nice review of Debian and information on how APT works - Scott]



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