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How To Enable Snap Package Manager On Linux Mint 20

Snap is a package management system for installing and managing the applications (called  Snaps) developed by Cananoical for Linux operating systems. The Snap is a bundle of an app and its dependencies that work across many different Linux distributions. The snapd manages the snap environment on the local system, and it discovers the application (snaps) […]

20 Useful apt, apt-get, and apt-cache Command Examples for Package Management

Advanced Package Tool (APT) is a powerful and free software package-management user interface in Debian based operating systems, including Ubuntu and LinuxMint to handle the installation and removal of software packages. The apt command has been introduced to merge apt-get and apt-cache into one single command and provide a pleasant experience for end users by […]