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When you install software on Ubuntu, the package manager automatically downloads the required software packages from a <emphasis>software repository</emphasis>, a location on the Internet which stores collections of packages ready to be downloaded.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:441(para)
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There are thousands of programs available to install on Ubuntu. These programs are stored in software repositories and are made freely available for all Ubuntu users. This makes it very easy to install new programs, and it is also very secure because each program you install is built specially for Ubuntu and checked before it is allowed into the repositories.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:447(para)
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Software repositories
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:456(title)
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To organize the software, Ubuntu repositories are categorized into four groups: <emphasis>Main</emphasis>, <emphasis>Restricted</emphasis>, <emphasis>Universe</emphasis>, and <emphasis>Multiverse</emphasis>. The rationale used to determine which software goes into which category is based on the level of support that software development teams provide for a program and the level of compliance the program has to the <ulink url="http://www.ubuntu.com/project/about-ubuntu/our-philosophy">Free Software Philosophy</ulink>.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:470(para)
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The standard Ubuntu Install CD contains some software from the <emphasis>Main</emphasis> and <emphasis>Restricted</emphasis> categories.
უბუნტუს სტანდარტული საინსტალაციო დისკი შეიცავს რამოდენიმე პროგრამას <emphasis>Main</emphasis> და <emphasis>Restricted</emphasis> კატეგორიებიდან.
Translated and reviewed by Lasha Gvaramia
Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:466(para)
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If your system is connected to the Internet, many more software programs are made available for installation. For example, the <quote>Universe</quote> and <quote>Multiverse</quote> repositories are only available over the Internet.
თუ თქვენი სისტემა შეერთებულია ინტერნეტთან, უფრო მეტი პროგრამები არის ხელმისაწვდომი ინსტალაციისთვის. მაგალითად, <quote>Universe</quote> და <quote>Multiverse</quote> რეპოზიტორები არის ხელმისაწვდომი მხოლოდ ინტერნეტის მეშვეობით.
Translated and reviewed by Lasha Gvaramia
Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:470(para)
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The <emphasis>Multiverse</emphasis> repository contains software which has been classified as <emphasis>non-free</emphasis>. This software may not be permitted in some jurisdictions. When installing each package from this repository, you should verify that the laws of your country permit you to use it. Also, this software may not include security updates.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:477(para)
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Update repositories
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:489(title)
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The Update Manager automatically finds software updates for your computer when they are available. It regularly gathers information on potential updates from a number of online update sources.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:490(para)
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If you click <menuchoice><guimenu>System</guimenu><guimenuitem>Administration</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Software Sources</guimenuitem></menuchoice> and select the <guilabel>Updates</guilabel> tab, you will notice that four update sources are available. An explanation for each of these is provided below:
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:495(para)
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Contributors to this translation: Lasha Gvaramia, Vladimer Sichinava.