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Aug 11, 2017
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How to Use APT and Say Goodbye to APT-GET in Debian and Ubuntu

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Linux is in a state of permanent evolution. Often the changes are hidden, such as behind the scenes developments to the kernel and other underlying code. But occasionally, the user has to adjust to a new way of working. While many enhancements in computing can be jarring and require a different mindset, this isn’t true of the development of the apt-get command. Rather than replace it completely, Debian-based systems (such as Ubuntu, Linux Mint, and the Raspberry Pi’s Raspbian) are continuing its use alongside its replacement, the simpler apt command. But why are they doing this, and what has really…

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