Sep 172016


You’ll need to use the apt-get command to install and update the Ubuntu environment’s software. Be sure to prefix these commands with “sudo”, which makes them run as root–the Linux equivalent of Administrator. Here are the apt-get commands you’ll need to know:
•Download Updated Information About Available Packages: sudo apt-get update
•Install an Application Package: sudo apt-get install packagename (Replace “packagename” with the package’s name.)
•Uninstall an Application Package: sudo apt-get remove packagename (Replace “packagename” with the package’s name.)
•Search for Available Packages: sudo apt-cache search word (Replace “word” with a word you want to search package names and descriptions for.)
•Download and Install the Latest Versions of Your Installed Packages: sudo apt-get upgrade

apt-get command how to ….

How to Use Apt-Get to Install Programs in Ubuntu from the Command Line

The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer required:
libfreetype6 os-prober
Use ‘apt-get autoremove’ to remove them.

Change default user password
lxrun /setdefaultuser myusername

lxrun /uninstall /full

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