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2008
2008
Translated by Giles Weaver
Reviewed by Jen Ockwell
Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:14(year)
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Ubuntu Documentation Project
Ubuntu Documentation Project
Translated and reviewed by Jen Ockwell
Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:15(ulink)
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Canonical Ltd. and members of the <placeholder-1/>
Canonical Ltd. and members of the <placeholder-1/>
Translated and reviewed by Jen Ockwell
Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:15(holder)
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The Ubuntu Documentation Project
The Ubuntu Documentation Project
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons
Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:18(publishername)
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This section discusses how applications are installed, removed and kept up-to-date. Also covered are how packages are stored by Ubuntu and made available for download.
This section discusses how applications are installed, removed and kept up-to-date. Also covered are how packages are stored by Ubuntu and made available for download.
Translated and reviewed by Tomasz Chabowski
Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:18(para)
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How is software installation on Ubuntu different from on Windows?
How is software installation on Ubuntu different from on Windows?
Translated and reviewed by Tomasz Chabowski
Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:21(title)
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Ubuntu handles software installation in a very different way to Windows.
Ubuntu handles software installation in a very different way to Windows.
Translated and reviewed by Tomasz Chabowski
Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:22(para)
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If you want to install an application on Windows, you must normally buy a CD containing the software, or download an installer package from the Internet. You then run the installer program, which guides you through the installation process.
If you want to install an application on Windows, you must normally buy a CD containing the software, or download an installer package from the Internet. You then run the installer program, which guides you through the installation process.
Translated and reviewed by Tomasz Chabowski
Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:25(para)
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On Ubuntu, you simply open a <emphasis>package manager</emphasis>, search for the application that you want and click a button to install it. Removing an application is just as simple.
On Ubuntu, you simply open a <emphasis>package manager</emphasis>, search for the application that you want and click a button to install it. Removing an application is just as simple.
Translated and reviewed by Tomasz Chabowski
Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:31(para)
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The package manager downloads applications from a <emphasis>software repository</emphasis>, which is a location on the Internet which stores a collection of applications. These applications come bundled in <emphasis>packages</emphasis>, which contain all of the information needed for installation. You can download packages yourself, using your web browser, if you like, but it is generally much more convenient to let the package manager handle this for you.
The package manager downloads applications from a <emphasis>software repository</emphasis>, which is a location on the Internet which stores a collection of applications. These applications come bundled in <emphasis>packages</emphasis>, which contain all of the information needed for installation. You can download packages yourself, using your web browser, if you like, but it is generally much more convenient to let the package manager handle this for you.
Translated and reviewed by Tomasz Chabowski
Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:36(para)
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Contributors to this translation: Alex Denvir, Bruce Cowan, Chris Woollard, DavidGN, Edmund Johnson, Giles Weaver, Iain Lane, Jen Ockwell, Jonathan Prior, Jonathon Hodges, Malcolm Parsons, Matthew Gall, Nick Russell, Robert Readman, Tom, Tomasz Chabowski.