Last week, some readers told us they didn’t find Ubuntu Apt-Get.
There have been some really bad things happened to my computer lately, related to missing icons and all sorts of troubles with my GUI. All bad things during a call get in the way of my terminal. I am using 04/12 with a classic Gnome look with no effects.
sudo apt-get-update .
I get the message
sudo: apt-get: command not found . It’s the same with all my
What does this mean? How can I resolve this issue, especially regarding other issues that I am having?
What Is Apt-get Command?
apt-get is a command line tool for installing, updating and removing a Linux package. It extracts information about packages from authenticated sources in order to install or remove them along with their dependencies.
The most common commands in apt-get are:
- sudo apt-get install (to install the package)
- sudo apt-get remove
- sudo apt-get update (to update the package)
- sudo apt-get upgrade (to upgrade a package)
- apt-get help (to learn more about the command)
Here sudo is used to give you superuser rights.
Method 1: Install Homebrew On MacOS
The “apt-get” command is used to install packages on Linux systems. Homebrew is the Mac equivalent. This is the package manager that suits most people. Homebrew installs packages in its own directory and symbolically links their files to / user / local. You can install homebrew and run the command to install packages by following these steps:
- Hold down the Command key and press the spacebar to open Spotlight. Then enter Terminal and Enter.
- You must first install the Xcode command line tool using the following command:
- Now, after installing the Xcode tool, enter / copy the following command to install Homebrew on macOS:
ruby -e "$ (curl -fsSL https: //raw.githubusercontent .com / Homebrew / install / master / install) "
- During installation, you will be prompted for a return key (Enter) and password for confirmation.
- You will receive a “Installation successful” message in order to install the tool correctly as shown below:
- Now enter the following command with Homebrew to install the package to install:
Brewing install name
- The Brew command will successfully install the package on your system.
Method 2: Install MacPorts On MacOS
MacPorts software is used to compile, install and manage open source software. MacPorts will automatically install all required dependencies for the specified port that the user is trying to install. It’s easy to useTo eat; You can install, download or compile your application and library with a single command. MacPorts also offers updates and uninstalls for installed ports. You can install it by following these steps carefully:
- Open the App Store from the Dock and search for Xcode in the search box. Click Get and install Xcode. Please wait, the installation will take some time as the size is about 6 GB.
Note. You will be prompted for the username and password of the account you are using in the App Store.
Install Xcode from the App Store
- You can accept Xcode’s consent by opening the app in the App Store or Dock and clicking the Accept button.
Accept button for agreement
Or by typing the following command in Terminal to accept agreements.
sudo xcodebuild -license
- Command-click and press Spacebar to open Spotlight. Then enter Terminal and
- Enter the following command to install the Xcode command line tool:
- Now load MacPorts for your operating system from here: MacPorts