I'm a little new to this so pardon me.
I am following a book which requires me to do "sudo apt-get install..." on an Ubuntu OS, but I only have a Mac. Found a UNIX executable in my Mac installed by default named "apt". I assume "apt" was the same as "apt-get", but when I typed in the relevant commands I get:
-bash: apt-get: command not found
OR (when I split "apt" and "-get" with a space)
apt: invalid flag: -get Usage: apt <apt and javac options> <source files> where apt options include: -classpath <path> Specify where to find user class files and annotation processor factories -cp <path> Specify where to find user class files and annotation processor factories -d <path> Specify where to place processor and javac generated class files -s <path> Specify where to place processor generated source files -source <release> Provide source compatibility with specified release -version Version information -help Print a synopsis of standard options; use javac -help for more options -X Print a synopsis of nonstandard options -J<flag> Pass <flag> directly to the runtime system -A[key[=value]] Options to pass to annotation processors -nocompile Do not compile source files to class files -print Print out textual representation of specified types -factorypath <path> Specify where to find annotation processor factories -factory <class> Name of AnnotationProcessorFactory to use; bypasses default discovery process See javac -help for information on javac options.
Is apt and apt-get the same thing?
I am trying to install python3-minimal, and other digital forensic tools.
P.S. This question does relate to: What's the equivalent of Ubuntu's apt-get command on a Mac and What is the difference between Linux (Ubuntu) and Mac shell commands?, but those posts don't deal directly with the fact that there is an apt UNIX executable on the Mac.