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    Linuxbrew Alternatives

    Linuxbrew is described as 'The Homebrew package manager for Linux' and is a Package Manager in the OS & Utilities category. There are eight alternatives to Linuxbrew for a variety of platforms, including Linux, Mac, Windows, Online / Web-based and BSD. The best alternative is Chocolatey, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like Linuxbrew are Homebrew (Free, Open Source), npm (Free, Open Source), Just Install (Free, Open Source) and pkgsrc (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Jan 11, 2021
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    The Homebrew package manager for Linux.
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    1. Chocolatey NuGet is a Machine Package Manager, somewhat like apt-get, but built with Windows in mind. It is built on top of NuGet command line and the NuGet infrastructure.
    2. Homebrew is the easiest and most flexible way to install the UNIX tools Apple didn’t include with macOS. Also available for Linux.


    3. npm is a package manager for Node.js that is run through the command line and manages dependencies for an application. It is the predominant package manager for Node.js.
    4. just-install - The stupid package installer for Windows.
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      pkgsrc is a framework for building over 17,000 open source software packages. It is the native package manager on SmartOS, NetBSD, and Minix, and is portable across 23 different operating systems. Use one package manager across all of your systems!
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      Linux Installer for ARchives a.k.a liar is an easy to use command to install software packaged as an archive on Linux systems.
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    5. Verdaccio is a lightweight private npm proxy registry built in Node.js.
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      toast is a simple, self-contained tool for downloading, building, installing, cleanly uninstalling, and managing software packages. Unprivileged users can use it to install software in their home directories.
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