Packages and Binaries:
This package will install a handler for command_not_found that looks up programs not currently installed but available from the repositories.
How to install:
sudo apt install command-not-found
[email protected]:~# command-not-found -h Usage: command-not-found [options] <command-name> Options: --version show program's version number and exit -h, --help show this help message and exit -d DATA_DIR, --data-dir=DATA_DIR use this path to locate data fields --ignore-installed, --ignore-installed ignore local binaries and display the available packages --no-failure-msg don't print '<command-name>: command not found'
Update the command-not-found cache
[email protected]:~# man update-command-not-found update-command-not-found(8)Command not found helperupdate-command-not-found(8) NAME update-command-not-found - update the command-not-found cache SYNOPSIS update-command-not-found [-h|--help|-n|--no-apt-file] DESCRIPTION update-command-not-found updates the cache (databases) for command-not- found using the files in /var/cache/apt/apt-file, which are fetched by apt-file. OPTIONS -h or --help Print the help message -n or --no-apt-file Do not run apt-file update before updating the cache. AUTHOR command-not-found was written by Zygmunt Krynicki, update-command-not- found was written by Julian Andres Klode <[email protected]> This manual page was written by Julian Andres Klode <[email protected]> for the Debian project, but may be used by others. 0.2.26-1 2008-10-24 update-command-not-found(8)
Updated on: 2023-May-25