Shared April 30, 2018
In this video series I plan to walk you through Debian package management, starting from the basics right through to what you will want to know as a systems administrator.
In this episode we cover apt and apt-get/apt-cache commands, where sources are configured, some useful paths and how Debian components work.
01:00 Apt actions need root access
02:14 apt, apt-get, apt-cache, etc
09:46 Summary of commands so far
10:20 Easter Eggs
11:16 sources.list, sources.list.d
16:25 Repository components
17:00 Updated summary of commands
Information about root on Debian:
Information about software sources:
I plan to upload the slides, will link them here once done.
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