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  • @ZytaZiouZ
    27 months ago

    With Linux 99% of the time you should use the software repository or “store” or “Discover”. You’ll get the latest supported version on your Linux, it takes care of updating, and in my experience it’s worlds more reliable than Windows store. Also poke around and see what’s available; it’s all free software and should be perfectly safe.

      • @MiddledAgedGuy@beehaw.org
        17 months ago

        sudo is “super user do”. The equivalent of Run as Administrator in Windows for whatever command suffixes it. Ideally you don’t want to use this unless you have to, but it might take some time to learn where that line is.

        What they’re talking about is a gui based software installer. I assume it runs the dnf or apt or whatever commands for you.