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06/17 EasyNAS 1.0.0-alpha2

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06/20 Manjaro 18.1.0-rc2

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06/19 Alpine 3.10.0

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06/20 Tails 3.14.1

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06/16 Porteus 5.0-rc1

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06/16 Kwort 4.3.4

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06/16 PCLinuxOS 2019.06

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06/16 OpenMandriva 4.0

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06/15 Volumio 2.587

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06/15 Bluestar 5.1.9

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06/14 Elastix 9.9.0

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06/14 Q4OS 3.7-Testing

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06/13 Bicom 5.3.2

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Linux Package Managers Compared – AppImage vs Snap vs Flatpak

Package managers provide a way of packaging, distributing, installing, and maintaining apps in an operating system. With modern desktop, server and IoT applications of the Linux operating system and the hundreds of different distros that exist, it becomes necessary to move away from platform specific packaging methods to platform agnostic ones. This post explores 3 such tools, namely AppImage, Snap and Flatpak, that each aim to be the future of software deployment and management in Linux. At the end we summarize a few key findings. Read more