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I have a question. That is: in windows the basic apps installer extensions are .EXE and .MSI so what is installer extensions in ubuntu?
file extensions to determine file usage are an abomination. they don't exist on linux.
most "installers" on ubuntu will have the deb extension, but if it's a script that installs something it could be language dependent. examples: bash, sh, py, etc.
.run is also common or binary installers.
.deb files are click and install types. But there is no specific extension on linux which is ready to be run. The architecture of linux OS is some different. Every file stays like a text file, not executable.
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