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- n. The tool used by an operating system (OS) to administrate addition, removal and upgrade of software applications. Examples of package management systems on different OSes are: Linux: RPM; Solaris: pkgadd; HP-UX: SD-UX; Debian: apt-get; Win32: Windows Installer.
From package + management + system (Wiktionary)
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