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ⓘ Package management system. A package management system keeps track of information about software packages: what files go where, and which package owns that file ..




Package management system
                                     

ⓘ Package management system

A package management system keeps track of information about software packages: what files go where, and which package owns that file, therefore behaving like a phone directory. Examples of package management systems for Linux include dpkg, rpm and emerge. In Microsoft Windows, "Add/Remove Programs"/"Programs and Features" are like package managers, but use no format.

                                     
  • RPM Package Manager is a package management system The name RPM refers to two things: a software package file format, and software packaged in this format
  • Advanced Packaging Tool for the Debian package management system Synaptic is usually used on systems based on deb packages but can also be used on systems based
  • consistent and high - level front end for a number of different package management systems Package Kit was made by Richard Hughes. This short article about technology
  • SuperDeb Debminer RPM Package Manager Debian Package Maker Deb Creator Debian FAQ: Basics of the Debian package management system Article on what to do
  • the name of a computer package management system It is the primary package manager of the Debian GNU Linux operating system It was written in the C
  • operating system It was created by Daniel Robbins. The project and its products are named after the Gentoo penguin. Gentoo Linux uses a package management system
  • that used the RPM file format, which is today used in several package management systems Both of these later divided into commercial and community - supported
  • Wikipedia by adding to it. RDBMS Relational Database Management System - RDBMS is a software package used to store and retrieve data is organized in the
  • compiled code, with installation and removal of packages done by a package management system Linux distributions usually contain much more software than Microsoft