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Can automaticlly retrieve packages from a remote site.
Apt-get:
A program or script that's run at a regular interval by the cron daemon.
cron:
Creates a user cron job:
crontab:
A requirement of one software package that another one be installed .For instance, most Linux programs include a dependency on the C library:
dependency:
Displays disk usage information for one or all mounted partitions or devices.
df:
Installs,removes,updates, queries or verifies packages on a Debian-based Linux distribution.
dpkg:
Command to display the groups to which a user belongs .
group:
The switch used to set the default run level a Linux machine boots to.
onitdefault :
The utility that will stop all runinnig processes using a name rather than a PID number .
killall:
The utility that is used to direct the compilation process.
make:
The process of adding a file system to a directory tree. Also the command of the same name that performs this task.
.mount:
Changes an account's password .
passwd:
The standard package maintenance tool provided with the Slackware Linux distribution .It allows the user to install , upgrade , remove, or view software packages through an interactive menu system.
pkgtool:
Command used to display currently running programs.
ps:
Edit disk quota information.
quotacheck:
Command to remotely copy files .
Rsync:
The level of operation a Linux system is operating under. It has 7 levels:0-6.
runlevel:
Mounts an SMB/CIFS share in the linux directory tree.
smbmount:
Executes a single command with alternative permission. Ofen used to run admintrative programs as the root.
sudo:
Common archive creation tool that is often used in backup operations.
tar:
Command archive creation tool that is often used in backup operations.
tar:
A package file format based on the tar utility .They are easy to create and are readable on any version of Linux , or most non - Linux systems . They contain no dependency information and the files they contain are not easy to remove once installed,however.
tarball:
Removes a partition or device from it's location in the Linex directory tree.
umount:
Creates a newer account.
useradd:
The file in the /proc folder that lists which distribution of Linux a machine has installed.
version: