If you want to install a new software package by your own, then you can use
dpkg command. –i is a command option used for the installation process and
-r is used for the removal.
sudo dpkg ‐i <packagename>
sudo dpkg ‐r <packagename>
You may also use the following command for installing new software:
sudo apt-get install <packagename>
If I want to install kubuntu desktop in Ubuntu Linux then
I will be writing the following command:
sudo apt get install kubuntudesktop
Hence by using these commands you can install or uninstall your software packages from the terminal command line.
Installing the software by command line prevents the harmful effects of software and maintains your system security.
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The following command offers you to reinstall the required software.
sudo apt‐get ‐‐reinstall install packagename
The following command will uninstall the software:
sudo apt‐get autoremove packagename
It will ask for your confirmation in the form of Y (yes) or N (no) to remove the
software. Choose the appropriate option and the software will be removed.