Package installation from remote repository

It’s possible to install a deb or rpm package from the remote repository with the key and repository added.

The latest version of the program can be installed, updated or deleted in seconds via package manager if the commands below are executed. The key benefit of using this way of installation is that downloading a package from the website is unneeded.

Basic commands to add the key and repository to the repository list on Debian-based distributions (Linux Mint, Ubuntu etc.):

  • wget --quiet -O - http://repo.code-industry.net/deb/pubmpekey.asc | sudo tee /etc/apt/keyrings/pubmpekey.asc
  • echo "deb [signed-by=/etc/apt/keyrings/pubmpekey.asc arch=$( dpkg --print-architecture )] http://repo.code-industry.net/deb stable main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/master-pdf-editor.list

If you need to update Master PDF Editor to the latest version:

  • sudo apt install --only-upgrade master-pdf-editor-5

Repository source:
http://repo.code-industry.net/deb/

Basic command to add the repository to the repository list on Red Hat-based distributions (Fedora, openSUSE etc.):

  • sudo yum config-manager --add-repo http://repo.code-industry.net/rpm/master-pdf-editor.repo

Update currently installed version:

  • sudo yum upgrade

Repository source:
http://repo.code-industry.net/rpm/

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