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Unpack .ace Files With Unace

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Unpack .ace files with unace.

The chance that you encounter an ( .ace ) file that you need to unpack under Linux is quite small, but sometimes it happens. Documentation and examples of how to install and use the "unace" program under Linux is, at best, almost non-existent.

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Where Are .deb Files Stored In Debian?

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Where are .deb files stored in Debian?

Knowing where all the .deb-files are stored when you install some software is always good to know.

Where are .deb files stored in Debian?

When you run the "apt-get install" command all the .deb files are stored under:

/var/cache/apt/archives/

Unless, you have cleaned it out with the following command:

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Install Multiple .deb Files

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Install multiple .deb files.

A good example of this is Code :: Blocks, their software comes with 14 different .deb files and no information about the order in which they should be installed.

Install multiple .deb files.

Install via a terminal window:

cd downloads

Then in the folder with all .deb files, type the following command:

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Convert An mp4 File To webm Format

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Convert an mp4 file to webm format.

The WebM format is based on a limited version of the Matroska container format. It always uses VP8 or VP9 video codec and Vorbis or Opus audio codec.

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Find A Package In Debians Repository

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Find a package in Debians repository.

Sometimes you need to find out if there is a dependency file or a complete software package available in Debians repositories.

Find a package in Debians repository.

Open a terminal window and type the following:

apt-cache search search word

Press Enter

 

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