I would like to know that if you once type
sudo apt-get install it checks whether the requested package is available.
If the package is available it will automatically download him.
If the package is not available it will tell you that the requested package doesnot exist
If you misspell so for example instead of writing
sudo apt-get install program (imagine that 'program' is package which exists) you will type
sudo apt-get install progran (hence the 'n' , consider 'progran' package to not exist) then is the command added to some kind of stack container which regulary checks whether the package that didnot exist was created and if it was created then it will auto-download him ? So if package with name progran will be created for example 2 weeks after typing it , will it be automatically installed ?
- Does this function exists?
- If yes how do i stop it from happenning ?
short form of the entire question : simply the question is if i type sudo apt-get install package , while the package doesnot exist at the moment , will it be downloaded automaticly later if it will be created ?