[ubuntu-studio-users] apt vs apt-get

Ralf Mardorf ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Mon Aug 22 21:17:48 UTC 2016


as of today I'm member of “Ubuntu Wiki Editors” team.

When editing Ubuntu Studio wikis, should we stay with apt-get or
already use apt?

The file list of precise [1] doesn't provide /usr/bin/apt but as of
trusty [2] /usr/bin/apt is available and it already is the official
recommended Ubuntu command line tool for package management.

For Ubuntu wikis in general apt-get is more likely recommended, but some
documentation already switched to apt. For other Ubuntu wikis I'll stay
with apt-get, but IMO it make more sense to use apt for Ubuntu Studio.
Or should we stay with apt-get? Regarding upstart vs systemd, I will
describe both ways, how to manage services, for all Ubuntu related

All subscribers be encouraged to join the “Ubuntu Wiki Editors” team,

At https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-wiki-editors the box on the right
side, provides a "Join the team"-link. For those with knowledge about
Linux, English might not be the native language, so regarding the form
of words proofread and correction is useful when done by inexperienced
Linux users, too.




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