apt man page
apt — Advanced Package Tool
- Update the list of available packages and versions (it's recommended to run this before other
sudo apt update
- Search for a given package:
apt search package
- Show information for a package:
apt show package
- Install a package, or update it to the latest available version:
sudo apt install package
- Remove a package (using
purgeinstead also removes its configuration files):
sudo apt remove package
- Upgrade all installed packages to their newest available versions:
sudo apt upgrade
- List all packages:
- List installed packages:
apt list --installed
APT is a management system for software packages. Originally written for Debian and the deb package format, APT was ported and became APT-RPM to manage the rpm(8) package format. APT-RPM can be used by any RPM-based distribution, such as Conectiva, Red Hat, SUSE, ALT-Linux, etc.
For further information on how to use APT, refer to apt-get(8) or visit http://apt-rpm.org/.
apt-cache(8), apt-get(8), apt-cdrom(8), sources.list(5), apt.conf(5), apt-config(8), apt_preferences(5)
Reporting bugs in APT-RPM is best done in the APT-RPM mailinglist at http://apt-rpm.org/mailinglist.shtml.
Maintainer and contributor information can be found in the credits page http://apt-rpm.org/about.shtml of APT-RPM.
dpkg-scanpackages(1), dpkg-scansources(1), manifest(1), purge-old-kernels(1).