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There are several methods of managing software on an Ubuntu system. You can compile the software from original source code or you can install a DEB binary package or an RPM binary package. What is unique about the Ubuntu method is that it is based on the Debian package management methods. Most of the software on an Ubuntu system is kept in "repositories". The repositories are normally kept on a server. In our case, is the main campus server.

* If your PC is connected to the campus network, it is advisable that you setup the "repositories" first before continuing.

* You must have administrator privileges to be able to install software.

Software install methods

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See below for other software package management methods.



PackageKit is a system designed to make installing and updating software on your computer easier. The primary design goal is to unify all the software graphical tools used in different distributions, and use some of the latest technology like PolicyKit to make the process suck less.



Autopackage makes software installation on Linux easy. Software distributed using Autopackage can be installed on multiple Linux distributions and integrate well into the desktop environment.

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Utilizing 5 years of CNR development in one-click software delivery, will provide a standardized process for finding, evaluating, installing, and updating desktop software for the most popular Linux distributions, both Debian and RPM based.

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