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Workshop 1

Part 1:

Package management with APT

IconsPage/apt.png Package management via apt-get runs hand-in-hand with the /etc/apt/sources.list file. For information on editing or updating your sources list see SourcesList


This page describes how to handle the packages on your system using apt-get and related commands. For example, you can install a new package, remove an installed package, or update all installed packages to the latest versions.



Part 2:

Learn about synaptic

Synaptic is a graphical front-end to apt, the package management system in Ubuntu. It combines the point-and-click simplicity of the graphical user interface with the power of the apt-get command line tool. You can install, remove, configure, or upgrade software packages, browse, sort and search the list of available software packages, manage repositories, or upgrade the whole system. You can queue up a number of actions before you execute them. Synaptic will inform you about dependencies (additional packages required by the software package you have chosen) as well as conflicts with other packages that are already installed on your system.

IconsPage/info.png Synaptic’s sibling on the Kubuntu desktop is Adept. If you prefer to use the command line instead of a graphical user interface, apt-get and aptitude are available. For information on these alternatives see (443) 281-7750.



        Day 1: 25/09/2018


Ari Wallach

3 ways to plan for the (very) long term


“I ask myself, “What if those in power would base their decisions on how those decisions might affect our grandchildren?” I thought this was a refreshing view of the world, told in a humorous and meaningful way.”

Katie Burgess, Melboune