This comprehensive article shows how to use the yay command to easily install packages from AUR (Arch User Repository) in Arch Linux.
Mist is a helper for MPR (makedeb Package Repository), which provides extra software for Debian and Ubuntu-based Linux distributions.
This article shows the best graphical Pacman frontends for quickly and easily installing, updating, and removing software on Arch Linux.
This article is a complete guide on using the DNF command in Linux to manage and maintain the software package base.
This guide will show you how to set a proxy for YUM/DNF so that you may be able to install and update packages from remote repositories.
Nala is a frontend for APT, so you can have prettier output, faster downloads of packages, and a history. Here’s how to use it!
Master Flatpak on Linux. Learn how to install, update, and remove Flatpak applications effortlessly with our comprehensive guide.
XBPS is the default command-line package manager tool in Void Linux. Here is how to easily install, remove, update, and upgrade packages in Void Linux.
Learn how to use the APT command in Linux with this helpful guide to install, update, and remove software packages like a pro.
This guide shows you the two most straightforward and proper ways to install a DEB file in Ubuntu - via the command line or а GUI app.