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APT 1.1.2 Package Manager Lands In Debian Unstable, Brings More Bug fixes


APT 1.1.2 Package Manager Lands In Debian Unstable, Brings More Bug fixes

 

APT 1.1 received two new maintenance releases this week



APT (Advance Packaging Tool) is a popular package management utility on Debian Linux distribution and its variants.

APT simplifies the process of managing software on Unix-like computer systems by automating the retrieval, configuration and installation of software packages, either from precompiled files or by compiling source code.


Actually APT is a front-end for dpkg to work with Debian's .deb packages.

Julian Andres Klode from the development team of the well-known and acclaimed APT open-source package manager for Debian GNU/Linux operating system and its derivatives, such as Ubuntu Linux, announced two new maintenance releases of APT 1.1.

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