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what is PPA ?
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A Personal Package Archive (PPA) is a software repository for uploading source packages to be built and published as an APT repository. It is provided by Canonical (the company behind Ubuntu) and allows developers and enthusiasts to offer up-to-date versions of software to all Ubuntu users.
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Personal Package Archive (PPA) is a special software repository for uploading source packages for building and publishing as APT repositories by Launchpad. Simply put, PPA is a collection of software that is not included in Ubuntu by default.
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A Personal Package Archive (PPA) is a special software repository for uploading source packages to be built and published as an APT repository by Launchpad. A PPA , in simple terms , is a collection of software not included in Ubuntu by default.
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PPA in finance : Purchase price allocation (PPA) is the application of goodwill accounting. One company (the acquirer) allocates the purchase price to the various assets and liabilities obtained from the transaction when purchasing the second company (target).

PPA  stand for : Personal Package Archives









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