Install Apt-Get in Fedora

How to Install Apt-Get in Fedora

Fedora uses Yum as its default package manager, but some Fedora users may like apt-get instead. Here’s how to install apt-get to Fedora.

1. Open a terminal window with root access.

2. Type in the following commands:

sudo yum install apt

sudo chmod u+rwx /etc/apt/sources.list

3. Use this command to add the repositories in file sources.list:

nano /etc/apt/sources.list

4. Add these to the end of the line:

rpm http://ayo.freshrpms.net fedora/linux/4/i386 core updates freshrpms
rpm http://ayo.freshrpms.net fedora/linux/4/i386 tupdates
rpm http://ayo.freshrpms.net fedora/linux/1/i386 core updates freshrp

5. Use Ctrl+O to save your changes, then use Ctrl+X to close nano.

Additional Fedora Resources

Fedora Help
Fedora Downloads
Fedora Community
Fedora Site

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Comments

  1. Martin Lunks says

    a hello from Germany und many thanks!

    I had much work to install fedora 20 alongside Windows 8.1 (Uefi – no Comment… packard & Bell Easynote le69 – just if s.o else will have the same trouble)
    then i searched for a posibility to use the well known agt-get (good old times = Debian and bios…)
    i found your script and follow him.

    under fedora 20 chmod is unknown. The packages will be download, but they can’t be oppend or grapped.

    BUT: after five Days hard works to install a linux partion alongside win under Uefi that wont matter me.

    When I find a solution i will send you a notice.
    Have a nice time!
    Martin

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