Linux, like most other operating systems, supports various types of software. Managing that software is a basic skill all Linux users should have. Doing it via a graphical user interface is usually pretty self-explanatory, as you just have to follow the instructions on the screen. Performing the same task by using a command line interface on the other hand is a whole different matter and could scare some Linux newcomers. To help crumble that fear a bit, this Rangerforce lab will provide some of the few basic instructions about software management on a Linux-based operating system and the Apt tool.