I'm doing some work on a really, really minimalistic Debian dist and noticed that there is no package manager on it.
Can anyone tell me how I can fix this? There is no GUI but I have a Internet connection.
Not sure if you want to use it in a graphic environment, but you could try this:
Aptitude works in a terminal, either trough commands or with an ncurses environment. Synaptic is my favourite GUI for installing and updating packages.
If what you mean is that you even lack off apt-get, which is weird... You'll need to download the corresponding .deb packages from the web for your architecture and install em with dpkg or gdebi. The syntax is always:
The difference is that gdebi looks for the dependencies and download them from the networdk, while dpkg would just complain and stop if there's any missing dependency.