Yes, you can, apt install will install the latest available package (according to its local indexes, so run apt update beforehand), upgrading if a previous version is already installed.
Quoting the man page:
install is followed by one or more packages desired for installation or upgrading.
Basically, apt install package will result in the currently-...
Installing some packages might lead to uninstalling others that conflict with it in some way (they include the same files) or they have dependencies that clash (one needs a newer version of a library than the other, for example). Without digging into it, it is impossible to know what is going on. In any case, such massive changes are probably caused by ...
Using a VM is unfortunately the only way to run 3D Builder under Linux. 3D Builder is a UWP app, so it is unsupported by Wine.
I suggest trying Blender which is free and supports 3D Builder's file formats. If you're insistent on using 3D Builder, I recommend using VMWare, which has relatively good performance and is easy to set up.
yum uses repositories to find packages. You have the default repositories enabled - base, extras and updates. When you run yum install gauge, yum checks these repositories to find a package named 'gauge'. It cannot find such a package, so it reports an error.
For any third party tool such as this one, you should check the vendor's website to see if they have ...
Python2 is deprecated, here is how to correctly install python2 on Kali Linux Rolling Release based on Kali docs: Using EoL Python Versions on Kali
Python 2 is no longer being maintained in the Debian repositories. This means that we must find a way to work around this issue. pyenv solves this problem by allowing us to install multiple versions of Python ...
Honestly, this is a lot of effort, and you normally don't do that. There's simply better ways with dealing with offline systems:
Instead, you normally set up a system with all the packages you want, then take an image of the "clean" system, then you disconnect it from the internet, and only then decrypt your encrypted data partition or ...
Navigate to the directory that contains the file.
Open a terminal in the directory (depending on your DE, you can right-click and select 'Open terminal').
Type tar xjf firefox-*.tar.bz2 (note that you need to substitute the * with the version of firefox you have downloaded; i.e. the filename).
Run the firefox script which is inside the folder ...
The program calls this in its postinst script:
update-ca-certificates -f 2>/dev/null
The -f flag:
Fresh updates. Remove symlinks in /etc/ssl/certs directory.
So the output matches that of a call to update-ca-certificates. Note that there were other triggers, so that the certificates update might have been waiting there, from another ...
The XDG Base Directory Specification Version 0.8 states local executables should be placed in ~/.local/bin:
User-specific executable files may be stored in $HOME/.local/bin. Distributions should ensure this directory shows up in the UNIX $PATH environment variable, at an appropriate place.
If your distro is following the specification you should therefore ...