Typically used in reference to Linux software, a “package” refers to a compressed file archive containing all of the files that come with a particular application.

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Use latest version of package in bash script

The installed package libnet-amazon-ec2-perl uses v0.14.1. How do I update this package to use the latest stable release v0.22.1? When I try sudo apt-get --only-upgrade install ...
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linux-headers-3.14-kali1-amd64 — Download + manual install

I need the linux-headers package above to install my Wifi card drivers. As I own a MacAir I cannot connect to the web without wifi drivers. How do I install the linux header package manually? As I ...
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Which package contains the `most` command

I feel extremely dumb for asking this, but: On CentOS, which package should I install to have the most command (a really nice pager)? A google search turns up way too many irrelevant results. A ...
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Creating a single file executable from a directory in Windows?

There's an answer there, but it's two years old, and provides no information on how to do it. Situation: I have a folder with an executable file, some required dlls and some images. I want to package ...
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Issue with plesk installation in Ubuntu - apt packages error

OS: Ubuntu 12.04 Plesk 11 Hi all, I have a problem during installation of plesk when plesk wants to install more packages from apt. 385 packages need to be installed. 49 packages need to be ...
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Debian - I have removed some of my man page files

I deleted the /usr/share/man/man1 directory and wondered if there was a quick way to recover the manuals for the installed packages.