Package management software for Linux. Package management software works with the various package formats for Linux, such as RPM, DPKG, or Slackware TGZ. They may aid in the creation or installation of these package formats. Package management is different than installation software. Installation software provides a way for installing individual applications, usually using an interactive front-end. Package managers provide methods for determining what software is installed, where it's installed, and allows the user to upgrade the software on his system.
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Converts between the RPM, Debian DEB, Stampede SLP, and Slackware TGZ package formats. Downloads, documentation, CVS, and a ChangeLog provided.
Manages the installation of software packages, keeping them in separate directories while making them appear to be installed in the same place. Downloads, ChangeLog and a manual provided.
A lightweight package manager for unix-like operating systems. Aims to be a universal package manager.
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