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I think you are searching for SM : screen message Package: sm Priority: optional Section: universe/games Installed-Size: 99 Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <ubuntu-devel-discuss@lists.ubuntu.com> Original-Maintainer: Joachim Breitner <nomeata@debian.org> Architecture: amd64 Source: screen-message Version: 0.22.1-2 Depends: libc6 (>= 2.4), ...


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OP, can you use Excel or Libre Office or another spreadsheet program? It does graphs for you also. Each tab can be a person, each column can be a measurement: one for date of measurement, one for blood pressure, body weight, blood lab result, etc. That's about as simple as it gets.


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apt-get is like an advanced version of dpkg. As BasilOS is based off of Ubuntu, apt-get is a very useful command. What it does is references the canonical software repo and other PPAs (if manually added). apt-get can be used by either running root* and then apt-get install appName or sudo apt-get install appName. You can also use sudo apt-get install ...


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To install a package which you have in the form of a .deb file, use the dpkg command as root: dpkg -i /path/to/file.deb dpkg is a low-level package manager. It doesn't understand dependencies. If the installation command complains of missing dependencies, install them first. If the dependencies are available in your distribution, you can use apt-get ...


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First, type root to gain root accesses. Then, once you are in the same directory the .deb file is, type getdeb packagename.deb to install and setup the package in question. I have only tried this as root, I am not sure it will work if you do not have lower privileges.



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