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A package manager (like apt-get or brew) just gives your system an easy and automated way to install packages or libraries. Different systems use different programs. apt and its derivatives are used on Debian based linux systems. Red Hat-ish Linux systems use rpm (or at least they did many, many, years ago). yum is also a package manager for RedHat based systems.




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apt-get command is only available on Debian or Debian-based Linux distributions (such as Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Kali). It is not accessible on macOS. Alternatively, you can use package managers like Homebrew, MacPorts, and Nix. You can find equivalent commands for each as follows


It is possible to use apt-get on OS X 10.9 like Deb based Linux using a third party software named Fink - How to Install apt-get on Mac OS X. However, unlike Homebrew and OS X Package Managers, Fink does not use /usr/local/ path to install software. It simply means, Fink is for a bit advanced users who can handle the software conflicts (for difference in version).Homebrew, to me is the best package manager...


This book was written using Git version 2.Since Git is quite excellent at preserving backwards compatibility, any recent version should work just fine.Though most of the commands we use should work even in ancient versions of Git, some of them might not or might act slightly differently.


There are several ways to install Git on a Mac.The easiest is probably to install the Xcode Command Line Tools.On Mavericks (10.9) or above you can do this simply by trying to run git from the Terminal the very first time.


There are also a few ways to install Git on Windows.The most official build is available for download on the Git website.Just go to -scm.com/download/win and the download will start automatically.Note that this is a project called Git for Windows, which is separate from Git itself; for more information on it, go to


The Helm project provides two ways to fetch and install Helm. These are theofficial methods to get Helm releases. In addition to that, the Helm communityprovides methods to install Helm through different package managers.Installation through those methods can be found below the official methods.


Note: Helm automated tests are performed for Linux AMD64 only duringCircleCi builds and releases. Testing of other OSes are the responsibility ofthe community requesting Helm for the OS in question.


"Canary" builds are versions of the Helm software that are built from the latestmain branch. They are not official releases, and may not be stable. However,they offer the opportunity to test the cutting edge features.


2023 The Linux Foundation. All rights reserved. The Linux Foundation has registered trademarks and uses trademarks. For a list of trademarks of The Linux Foundation, please see our Trademark Usage page.


This page contains instructions for choosing and maintaining a Google Cloud CLIinstallation. The Google Cloud CLI includes the gcloud, gsutil and bqcommand-line tools. For a list of gcloud CLI features, seeAll features.


These instructions are for installing the Google Cloud CLI. For information aboutinstalling additional components, such as gcloud CLI commands atthe alpha or beta release level, seeManaging gcloud CLI components.


The gcloud CLI is available in package format for installation on Debian and Ubuntu systems. This package contains the gcloud, gcloud alpha, gcloud beta, gsutil, and bq commands only. It doesn't include kubectl or the App Engine extensions required to deploy an application using gcloud commands. If you want these components, you must install them separately.


The gcloud CLI is available in package format for installation on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, Fedora 33, Fedora 34, CentOS 7, and Centos 8 systems. This package contains the gcloud, gcloud alpha, gcloud beta, gsutil, and bq commands only. It doesn't include kubectl or the App Engine extensions required to deploy an application using gcloud commands, which can be installed separately as described later in this section.


  • You can also use dnf/yum options, such as disabling prompts or dry runs, with the provided commands. (Optional) Install any of the following additional components: google-cloud-cli

  • google-cloud-cli-anthos-auth

  • google-cloud-cli-app-engine-go

  • google-cloud-cli-app-engine-grpc

  • google-cloud-cli-app-engine-java

  • google-cloud-cli-app-engine-python

  • google-cloud-cli-app-engine-python-extras

  • google-cloud-cli-bigtable-emulator

  • google-cloud-cli-cbt

  • google-cloud-cli-cloud-build-local

  • google-cloud-cli-cloud-run-proxy

  • google-cloud-cli-config-connector

  • google-cloud-cli-datastore-emulator

  • google-cloud-cli-firestore-emulator

  • google-cloud-cli-gke-gcloud-auth-plugin

  • google-cloud-cli-kpt

  • google-cloud-cli-kubectl-oidc

  • google-cloud-cli-local-extract

  • google-cloud-cli-minikube

  • google-cloud-cli-nomos

  • google-cloud-cli-pubsub-emulator

  • google-cloud-cli-skaffold

  • google-cloud-cli-spanner-emulator

  • google-cloud-cli-terraform-validator

  • google-cloud-cli-tests

  • kubectl

For example, the google-cloud-cli-app-engine-java component can be installed as follows:


Downgrading gcloud CLI versionsIf you'd like to revert to a specific version of the gcloud CLI, where VERSION isof the form 123.0.0, run: sudo dnf downgrade google-cloud-cli-VERSIONThe ten most recent releases will always be available in the repo.NOTE: For releases prior to 371.0.0, the package name is google-cloud-sdk


If you're using a screen reader, check the Turn on screen reader mode checkbox. This option configures gcloud to use status trackers instead of unicode spinners, display progress as a percentage, and flatten tables. For more information, see the Accessibility features guide.


Cloud SDK requires Python; supported versions are Python 3 (3.5 to 3.9). By default, the Windows version of Cloud SDK comes bundled with Python 3. To use Cloud SDK, your operating system must be able to run a supported version of Python.


The installer installs all necessary dependencies, including the needed Python version. While Cloud SDK installs and manages Python 3 by default, you can use an existing Python installation if necessary by unchecking the option to Install Bundled Python. See gcloud topic startup to learn how to use an existing Python installation.


After installation is complete, the installer gives you the option to create Start Menu and Desktop shortcuts, start the Google Cloud CLI shell, and configure the gcloud CLI. Make sure that you leave the options to start the shell and configure your installation selected. The installer starts a terminal window and runs the gcloud init command.


After you have installed the gcloud CLI, you can usecommands in the gcloud components commandgroup to manage your installation. Thisincludes viewing installed components, adding and removing components, andupgrading to a new version or downgrading to a specific version of thegcloud CLI.


If you need a different version of the gcloud CLI, install thecurrent version using the instructions that appear earlier on this pageand then log in. After you are logged in, you candownload earlier releases.To see the versions sorted by date, be sure to enable Sort and filterand click on the Created column.


Except as otherwise noted, the content of this page is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License, and code samples are licensed under the Apache 2.0 License. For details, see the Google Developers Site Policies. Java is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates.


On Mac, each Podman machine is backed by a QEMU basedvirtual machine. Once installed, the podman command can be run directly fromthe Unix shell in Terminal, where it remotely communicates with the podmanservice running in the Machine VM.


On Windows, each Podman machine is backed by a virtualized Windows System forLinux (WSLv2) distribution. Once installed, the podman command can be run directly from your Windows PowerShell (or CMD) prompt, where it remotelycommunicates with the podman service running in the WSL environment.Alternatively, you can access Podman directly from the WSL instance if youprefer a Linux prompt and Linux tooling.


CAUTION: The Kubic repo is NOT recommended for production use. Furthermore, we also highly recommend you use Buildah, Podman, and Skopeo ONLY from EITHER the Kubic repoOR the official Debian repos. Mixing and matching may lead to unpredictable situations including installation conflicts.


The container-tools:rhel8 is the fast application stream, containing most recent rolling versions of the tools. Use the container-tools:2.0 stream for stable versions of Podman 1.6. The command yum module list container-tools shows the available streams.


CAUTION: The Kubic repo is NOT recommended for production use. Furthermore, we highly recommend you use Buildah, Podman, and Skopeo ONLY from EITHER the Kubic repoOR the official Ubuntu repos. Mixing and matching may lead to unpredictable situations including installation conflicts.


Fedora, CentOS, RHEL, and related distributions you should try to runmake package-install which will install dependencies, build the source,produce rpms for the current platform and install them in the end.


If any dependencies cannot be installed or are not sufficiently current, they have to be built from source.This will mainly affect Debian, Ubuntu, and related distributions, or RHEL where no subscription is active (e.g. Cloud VMs).


The latest version of at least one container runtime is expected to be installed on the system. crun or runc are some of the possibilities, and one is picked up as the default runtime by Podman (crun has priority over runc).Supported versions of crun or runc are available for example on Ubuntu 22.04.runc version 1.0.0-rc4 is the minimal requirement, which is available since Ubuntu 18.04. 350c69d7ab


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