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Faking a debian repository for package development

I use aptly to deliver my unofficial debian packages both to myself and others that might be interested.

However I’ve found that using aptly to do package development is a bad idea, because you can’t (by design, probably) overwrite packages in an aptly archive.  391 more words

Debian

What is the difference between apt and apt-get?

I’m embarrassed to admit I didn’t know about the newish apt command. I’m curious to check it out. But I’m also aware that the apt-get muscle memory is so ingrained, I probably can’t use apt without heavy sedation. 10 more words

Tech

Copy/Paste Data Automatically from USB pendrive to your computer

Copy/Paste Data Automatically from USB pendrive to your computer

Although this software is Free and easy to use but it has a catch . It doesn’t start automatically when your PC starts which will make trouble when you want to copy file from your friends silently because if you open this software in front of him , it will reveal your bad intension. 256 more words

Against

apt-get commands and examples

About apt-get

apt-get is the command-line tool for working with APT software packages.

APT (the Advanced Packaging Tool) is an evolution of the Debian .deb software packaging system. 2,919 more words

Haking,

Mounting the iscsi target and checking performance.

Installing – Let’s use Debian based manager :

Apt-get install open-iscsi

Apt-get install iperf

Apt-get install nload

Scanning for targets :

Iscsiadmin -m discovery -t st -p target_ip… 154 more words

Networking

How to install Oracle JDK on Ubuntu with proxy

1. Configure apt to use proxy by editing/creating this file:

$ sudo vi /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/00Proxy

and adding the following lines:

Acquire::http::proxy "http://proxy-host:port/";
Acquire::https::proxy "http://proxy-host:port/"

2. Edit environment file to add proxy variables: 92 more words

Linux

Update software packages on Debian Linux 9

Debian Linux, by default, uses the deb packages, the aptitude package manager and the apt-get command-line tool, which enables users and admins to administer the installation, removal and updating of all the software on their systems (those which are installed and managed by apt). 205 more words

Gnu-linux