DPKG is the software at the base of the package management system in the free operating system Debian and its derivatives. It is currently used to install, remove, and provide information about Debian packages; eventually, it will be used to manage any kind of binary or source package. It was first released as a separate program (dpkg) alongside the old .deb packaging format to enable it to run on non-Debian systems, but has since become an integral part of .deb processing.
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