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You need administrative access to use any of these programs. See <ulink type="help" url="ghelp:administrative">Administrative Tasks</ulink> for more details.
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With the <guimenuitem>Add/Remove</guimenuitem> item in the <guimenu>Applications</guimenu> menu, you can install programs to do new things with Ubuntu. You can also remove programs you do not want. You need administrative access to use <application>Add/Remove Applications</application> (see <ulink type="help" url="ghelp:administrative">Administrative Tasks</ulink> for more details).
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When you click <guibutton>Apply Changes</guibutton>, any new software will be downloaded from the Internet, and Ubuntu will make any other changes you selected. If you have not activated the online package archive, you may be asked to insert your Ubuntu CD-ROM to install some packages.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:287(para)
Use the categories on the left to filter the list of packages. To return to the list of categories after doing a search, click <guibutton>Sections</guibutton>.
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Files with the <filename class="extension">.tar</filename>, <filename class="extension">.tgz</filename>, <filename class="extension">.tar.gz</filename> or <filename class="extension">.tar.bz2</filename> suffix are package files known as <emphasis>tarballs</emphasis>, and are widely used in Linux and Unix to package software. Tarballs can also be used to archive and compress other files.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:559(para)
Compiling programs requires some packages that are not installed by default. You can install most of these all at once by installing the <application>build-essential</application> package.
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