How To Install A .deb Debian Package On Any Linux Distribution
Debian packages are the most famous packages in all of Linux. 9 times out of 10 when someone is moving a program over to Linux, they’re putting out as a Debian package i.e., a DEB file. Having Linux support, even if it’s only with one type of Linux distribution is nice. That said, not every Linux distribution is designed to run these packages. In this article, we’ll be going over a fool-proof way to install a Debian package and make the program work on your Linux distribution.
No “converting” will take place in this guide. Instead, just extracting the data and moving it around. To get started, download a Debian package. Though this guide focuses on the Google Chrome Debian package, it is a proof of concept. Take the method shown here and apply it to install a Debian package.
|How To Install A Debian Package On Any Linux Distribution
How To Install A Debian Package On Any Linux Distribution