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Managing Debian Software with APT (apt-get etc)
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APT HOWTO
Chapter 8 - What distributions support APT?


Here are the names of some of the distributions that use APT:

Debian GNU/Linux (https://www.debian.org) - it was for this distribution that APT was developed

Conectiva (https://www.conectiva.com.br) - this was the first distribution to port APT for use with rpm

Libranet (https://www.libranet.com)

Mandrake (https://www.mandrake.com)

PLD (https://www.pld.org.pl)

Vine (https://www.vinelinux.org)

APT4RPM (https://apt4rpm.sf.net)

Alt Linux (https://www.altlinux.ru/)

Red Hat (https://www.redhat.com/)

Sun Solaris (https://www.sun.com/)

SuSE (https://www.suse.de/)

Yellow Dog Linux (https://www.yellowdoglinux.com/)


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