sudo: apt :command not found
What does this error mean? The
apt command is not working, and I've lost the Software Center.
Are you trying to run apt-get?
Let me know how that works.
APT is a suite of utilities, including a database of information about what packages are available from where.
APT is not a single command. Rather, it provides several commands.
The most commonly used APT command is
To update information about what packages are available and from where (which you should do before attempting to upgrade or install any packages with
To upgrade packages (i.e., "update your system"), run:
To upgrade packages, including packages that require uninstalled packages to be installed, or installed packages to be removed, run this (but be careful--it's best to pay attention to what will be added or removed):
To install one or more packages, run this, replacing
To remove one or more packages (i.e., to uninstall it), run:
To remove a package and also remove its systemwide configuration files (but not its per-user configuration files, which reside in users' home directories), run:
To remove packages that were installed automatically because other packages needed them, but which now are no longer needed, run:
To do that, and also remove their global configuration files"
To reinstall a package, run:
To reinstall a package and delete its systemwide configuration files while doing so:
To delete cached package installer (
To deleted cached package installer files, but only for packages that are unlikely to be needed again (i.e., those that are so old they've been removed from the servers, as of last time
That was just a brief overview. It does not capture all possible uses of
There is no command just
"apt" is a java command please change to java jdk 6, in java 7 is deprecated. http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/technotes/guides/apt/
apt is an actual command in 14.04 and it relates to apt-get and friends as can be seen here: