Step to install .deb file using command line terminal in Ubuntu

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Are you going to install a .deb file via command line? Before that, you should know about .deb file. deb is the extension of the Debian software package format and the most often used name for such binary packages. For more.
How to install .deb file using command line terminal in Ubuntu

To install .deb:

Use following command to install .deb file,

here, DEP_SAMPLE is for example. You can use your deb file/package.
If you want install using ‘Ubuntu Software Center’ means, Just double click your .deb file and it will be open in Ubuntu Software Center. Then you can Install by clicking on install button. Cool!!!
Step to install .deb file using command line terminal in Ubuntu

 

To Remove .deb:

Use following command line to uninstall/remove .deb file,

 

Check .deb file/package is installed or not:

If you want to know whether .deb package is already installed or not, run following command line

or

here PACKAGE_NAME is for example. Here you can use SKYPE, VLC,…

 

Notes:

For more commands.

Step to install .deb file using command line terminal in Ubuntu

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1 Response

  1. ugh says:

    DOT DEB NOT DOT DEP

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