3 Command Line Tools to Install Local Debian (.DEB) Packages

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3 Responses

  1. Good information thank you. BTW which font did you use in the terminal? (Green text) It looks great!

    I use the larabie bold in Kali but it just doesn’t look quite as bold and spaced as your font :-)

  2. xABBAAA says:

    Good information and useful….

    I would like to see some place where you have all beginner needs to install and adjust when new Linux is replacing some other operating system.

    Like: the programs one might need, the closing of ports, sw firewall, and how to handle so much logging and where to look….

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