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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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Install Free Windows TrueType Fonts In Linux

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Install free Windows TrueType fonts in Linux.

As an old Windows user, you are used to using Arial, Times New Roman or Verdana, and these fonts are created by none other than Microsoft, which usually means that it costs money.

However, in this case, Microsoft has chosen to release these fonts free of charge.

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Install GNU Ncurses In Debian

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Install GNU Ncurses in Debian.

GNU Ncurses is a programming library that allows the users to write text-based user interfaces(TUI). Many text-based games are created using this library.

You need to download and compile the code from the developers website.

Install GNU Ncurses in Debian.

Open a terminal window and type:

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Install PDF Printer For Debian Linux

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Install PDF printer for Debian Linux.

To install a PDF printer is relatively easy.

Install PDF printer for Debian Linux.

Open a terminal window and type the following:

sudo apt-get install cups-pdf

Press Enter.

 

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How to clear Bash History on Debian 11 Linux or LMDE5

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How to clear Bash History on Debian 11 Linux or LMDE5.

If you don't want others to be able to see what commands you have used, then you would want to clear the history of all commands.

But first you might want to have a look at the history from a terminal window ( as root ):

nano  ~/.bash_history

Press Enter.

To quit, CTRL+X

Clear bash history on Linux.

Run the following commands from a terminal window:

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Games For Linux

Windows has always been the preferred platform for gaming, but after STEAM's interest in Linux more game developers are making their games natively available for Linux.

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