Is there a package manager for Linux that is similar to Homebrew for Mac?
I know a tool named
yum, but this tool's dependency package is not the latest version. Some code does not work.
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It really depends on which distribution you are using, if it is Debian based (Ubuntu, etc) then apt is the standard. If you use a redhat based distro (CentOS, Fedora) then you would normally use yum. There are others too. Do some research. A quick google returned this result which looks quite helpful: http://library.linode.com/using-linux/package-management