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I just downloaded a file and the tutorial for it says to type in terminal "sudo-apt get install hydra" but when I do, it says Unable to locate package. Is ...
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    How to use "sudo-apt get install"


    I just downloaded a file and the tutorial for it says to type in terminal "sudo-apt get install hydra" but when I do, it says Unable to locate package. Is there some specific place I'm supposed to put the file?

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    the command would work only if you have the package in repositories. If not check on the website of hydra if they have a repository. You will need to add the same to your software sources and then the install will continue. Pl specify Distro being used by you

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    You are executing wrong command.
    Correct command is :
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    sudo apt-get install hydra
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