Linux package managers help you handle updates, uninstalls, troubleshooting, and more for the software on your computer. The
apt command is the package manager for Debian and Debian-based distros such as MX Linux, Deepin, Ubuntu—and distros based on Ubuntu, such as Linux Mint and Pop!_OS. Get used to the command by downloading this cheat sheet.
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