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[SOLVED] Puppy linux how to do apt-key

PrinceTexasLoaf

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Hello, I have another computer and it's using puppy linux bionic pup 8.0 64bit and I'm following a tutorial on how to get Wine and
one of the commands are "sudo apt-key add Release.key"
and it says that apt-key is an invalid command or something like that do you know what'd be a command that would do the same thing here is the website tutorial
https:/www.wikihow.com/Use-Wine_on_Linux so you get an idea what I'm doing the tutorial was working up until that command
 

kanewolf

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Puppy does not use the apt update manager. It only has the puppy package manager. The "apt-key" command is used to add the key for a specific package. Personally, I would recommend a different flavor of Linux. The puppylinux.org website seems compromised which isn't a good sign for support.
There are articles on using WINE on Puppy -- https://forum.winehq.org/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=28678
 
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kanewolf

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Puppy does not use the apt update manager. It only has the puppy package manager. The "apt-key" command is used to add the key for a specific package. Personally, I would recommend a different flavor of Linux. The puppylinux.org website seems compromised which isn't a good sign for support.
There are articles on using WINE on Puppy -- https://forum.winehq.org/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=28678
 
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PrinceTexasLoaf

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Puppy does not use the apt update manager. It only has the puppy package manager. The "apt-key" command is used to add the key for a specific package. Personally, I would recommend a different flavor of Linux. The puppylinux.org website seems compromised which isn't a good sign for support.
There are articles on using WINE on Puppy -- https://forum.winehq.org/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=28678
do you know any good linux that can run on a sempron 3400+ with 3gb of ram that supports it?
 

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