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In this section you can learn how to use a package manager to add or remove software in Xubuntu with a few clicks. You can also learn about more advanced techniques of managing applications and discover some optional applications to add to Xubuntu.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:18(para)
A package manager is a program that helps the user to efficiently and safely install, update, or uninstall software on a computer. Package managers also keep track of all the components that software needs to work correctly.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:21(para)
Be careful when installing software from third-party repositories. Software from third-party repositories is not supported by Xubuntu. The software they contain may not have been tested with Xubuntu, and could cause your system to break.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:51(para)
Open <menuchoice><guimenu>Applications</guimenu><guisubmenu>System</guisubmenu><guimenuitem>Software Sources</guimenuitem></menuchoice> and press <guilabel>Third-Party Software</guilabel>.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:55(para)
Press <guibutton>Add</guibutton> to add a new repository.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:168(para)
Enter the <emphasis>APT line</emphasis> for the extra repository. This should be available from the website of the repository or similar, and should look similar to the following:
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deb etch main
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Press <guibutton>Add Source</guibutton> and then click <guibutton>Close</guibutton> to save your changes.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:181(para)
Most software repositories use a GPG key to digitally sign the files they provide, which makes it easy to check that the files haven't been tampered with since their creation. In order for apt to be able to check this, you need the public key that corresponds to the signatures. The key should be available for download on the repository's website.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:66(para)
Once you have downloaded the GPG key, import the key by selecting the Authenticate tab, and clicking on <emphasis>Import Key File...</emphasis>, and then selecting the GPG key to be imported.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:68(para)
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