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June 2009

Repositories/Ubuntu - Community Ubuntu Documentation

Other Links * Managing Software Repositories from the Command Line * Managing Software Repositories in Dapper Drake * Managing Software Repositories in Kubuntu * Adding extra repositories * Chapter 2 of the Ubuntu Desktop Guide, Adding, Removing and Updating Applications * The Debian Apt User Manual * man pages o sources.list * AptGet/Offline/Repository * Personal repositories * Launchpad - Installing Software from a PPA

Repositories/Ubuntu - Community Ubuntu Documentation

Exploring the Repositories There are several gui-based methods you can use to explore the repositories. One is to open Synaptic and click on the Origin button. This will display a repository list in the window above the button. The list will contain all the repositories enabled in your sources.list. To the right will be the packages available via download (white boxes) and currently installed packages (green boxes). There are two images of the main Synaptic page below. The first, on the left, shows the results of selecting local/main. Local packages are packages stored on the user's computer. The second example, on the right, displays the results of selecting the Ubuntu main online repository.

September 2007

July 2007

Songbird - Community Ubuntu Documentation

# Introduction (from the Songbird website) # Installing Songbird with a .deb # Installing Songbird with a Script 1. Getting the script 2. Making the script executable 3. Running the script # Using Songbird without Installing It

June 2007

Repositories - Community Ubuntu Documentation

If you have been a Windows and/or a Mac OS user to date, you are probably used to searching for a program on the internet (often offered in an executable installer) and having to download and install it. You're probably familiar with software distributed on CDs, DVDs, etc. which often have an autorun feature from where you can then install them. For free and open systems like Ubuntu GNU/Linux there is some software distributed in this fashion, but those are mostly proprietary and closed programs.