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Debian (and Raspbian) have a very minimalistic installation package called debootstrap. It contains everything to run a very small Debian/Raspbian system only with essential needed programs. Every Debian installer starts with it. It contains also apt-get so you can build your Debian system from scratch step by step. debootstrap only needs a running linux ...


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The apt command is the Debian solution to download packages from a repository, including their dependencies. If you want to use apt, you have to create a system that is based on these packages. If you create a system with Buildroot, you can't use apt, even if you compile an apt program for that system. Whatever you want to install later with apt would most ...


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