I'm building a package from source in Debian Wheezy, which has a few build-deps that cannot be satisfied by stable. Therefore, I use a few packages from unstable, testing and wheezy-backports. The ...
I am trying to install git. I run the following command: sudo apt-get install git-core git-gui git-doc But receive the following error: sudo: apt-get: command not found What should I do?
I installed Emacs using sudo apt-get install emacs. The problem is that when I launch Emacs from the command line (e.g. emacs main.c) it opens Emacs with a GUI. I prefer the command line version which ...