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And dpkg is Debian tool. The Fedora equivalent is rpm. See the links in my above post for more details....
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    And dpkg is Debian tool. The Fedora equivalent is rpm.

    See the links in my above post for more details.

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    Big tom, you are being a big help, believe it or not. I am getting the hang of this slowly but surlely.

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    BTW, I've been using Mandriva and Fedora for a decade or so. I never used sudo or saw the need for it until I tried out Ubuntu.

    Now I see the wisdom of the Ubuntu way and I routinely use sudo on all my Linux distros.

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