I am trying to use "apt-get" to install a software called "expect" via cmd with ssh:
ssh -t email@example.com 'apt-get install -v -y expect'
However, this is what I get:
apt 1.0.1ubuntu2 for amd64 compiled on Aug 1 2015 19:20:48 Supported modules: *Ver: Standard .deb *Pkg: Debian dpkg interface (Priority 30) Pkg: Debian APT solver interface (Priority -1000) S.L: 'deb' Standard Debian binary tree S.L: 'deb-src' Standard Debian source tree Idx: Debian Source Index Idx: Debian Package Index Idx: Debian Translation Index Idx: Debian dpkg status file Idx: EDSP scenario file
And the software is not installed.
My question is: can or can't we use apt-get via ssh like above?
** By the way, yes, I can normally log in via ssh and install the software via ssh. **