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|#1 Nix· · ·||20 | 0|
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|#2 Docker· · ·||17 | 1|
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|#3 Pacman· · ·||109 | 7|
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|#4 Zypper· · ·||10 | 2|
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|#5 Synaptic Package Manager· · ·||5 | 1||Free||Aug 15, 2017|
|#6 DPKG family (apt, aptitude, synaptic)· · ·||62 | 11|
|Jul 29, 2017|
Nix is a purely functional package management system. This means that the act of building a package does not have side effects, such as destructively updating or deleting files t...
Pacman was developed to be the package manager for Arch Linux, and is also used by KDE-focused Chakra Linux.
DPKG family (apt, aptitude, synaptic)
The dpkg family of tools is used to install (.deb) packages and manage dependencies in Debian derived Linux distributions, such as Ubuntu and Mint.
Portage is source-based package manager used by Gentoo and its descendants. It controls all process from fetching source through building it, installing into clean environment to...
RPM Family (yum)
The Red Hat Package Management system is used to install files in the .rpm format on Red Hat derived distributions, such as CentOS, Fedora, and SUSE, with yum as the most common...
Homebrew is a package manager for OS X. For alternatives see here. HomeBrew (the command is named brew, when you type it in at the terminal) is not just one power tool, it's...
Software lets you install and update applications, system extensions and firmware.
Rudix is a binary-only package manager that attempts a "hassle-free" way of getting Unix programs on a Mac.
pkgsrc is a framework for building third-party software on UNIX-like systems. It currently contains over 17000 packages.
The Fink project is an effort to port and package open-source Unix programs to Darwin and Mac OS X.
An open-source community system for compiling, installing, and upgrading command-line, X11 or Aqua based open-source software on OS X.
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