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Regardless of whether they re online or on a CD/DVD, Ubuntu repositories are strictly categorized according to the type of software they contain: Main Distribution: This repository contains the packages that are required to install Ubuntu. This repository usually takes its name from the code name for the release, and is activated by default. For Ubuntu 8.04, the main distribution repository is called hardy, after the code name for the 8.04 release (Hardy Heron). In the previous release, the main distribution repository was called gutsy. (For more details on Ubuntu code names, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DevelopmentCodeNames.) Security Updates: Sometimes, security flaws are so serious that they need to be fixed immediately, within as little as 24 hours of being discovered. If so, the packages concerned will be placed on this server. The Security Updates server isn t about new versions or functionality. It s about fixing security holes rapidly. This repository is also activated by default. Recommended Updates: This repository contains newer versions of the packages in the main distribution repository. Like Security Updates, this category also offers bug fixes, but these fixes aren t urgent and are often more substantial than quick patches to fix a critical bug.
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Proposed Updates: This is a special category by which testing releases of updates are made available. There s no reason to use this category unless you want to test packages and help fix bugs (for more information, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ HelpingWithBugs). This category is not activated by default. Backported Updates: The Backports server allows access to software that s intended to go into the next version of Ubuntu but has been packaged for the current version. This software might not have been tested thoroughly and so is suitable only for neophiliacs or those who absolutely need the latest version (perhaps because of a vital new feature it offers). This category is not activated by default.
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In addition to the categories listed in the previous section, the Ubuntu repositories are further split into components (effectively subsections) according to how essential the software is to a basic Ubuntu installation or the license that the software uses. Here are the components under which software is filed within a repository: Main: This section contains nearly all the software that s featured in a basic Ubuntu installation. As such, it s all Free Software, and every package is supported by Canonical, the company that oversees the Ubuntu project. That means that updates are frequently provided to fix security holes or simply to keep up with latest releases.
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Note Free Software refers to software that s licensed under the GNU Public License (GPL). It doesn t mean
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Restricted: Although Ubuntu is mostly Free Software, it must include some drivers released only in binary form (that is, closed source) and that, therefore, have license agreements that are not compatible with the goals of Free Software. That s what you ll find in this section. Some hardware simply won t work fully without software from the Restricted section. Universe: This section might be referred to as the rest, because it contains the majority of Free Software available at the present time. Much of it is borrowed from the massive Debian software repository, although the packages are sometimes tweaked to work correctly under Ubuntu before being made available (some people who create Debian packages also create the Ubuntu equivalents). Unlike Main and Restricted, the Universe section is not officially supported by the Ubuntu project, which means there s no guarantee that security flaws will be fixed. Nor is there any guarantee of updates, although most packages are usually updated regularly.
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Multiverse: As with the Restricted section, here you ll find software that s released under a software license incompatible with either the letter or spirit of Free Software. However, unlike the software in the Restricted section, none of the software in Multiverse is considered essential to a default Ubuntu installation. Source Code: This section contains source code packages. Unless you re a software developer, or are thinking of becoming one, this section won t be of much interest. Now that we ve covered the basics of Linux software installation, it s time to talk about the tools used to manage software. First, we ll look at graphical applications that can be used to manage software, and then we ll look at the command-line tools you can use.
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