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Pamac is a command line tool that is used in various Linux distributions, such as Manjaro and Arch Linux, to manage software packages. It serves as a package manager and provides a convenient way to install, update, and remove software from the system. Pamac uses the Arch Linux package manager, pacman, underneath but adds a user-friendly interface to it. It allows users to search for available packages, view detailed package information, and perform operations like installing, updating, or removing packages from a command line interface. Pamac also supports managing third-party software sources, like AUR (Arch User Repository), which greatly expands the range of software available for installation. With its rich features and intuitive interface, Pamac simplifies the software management process on Linux systems and is a popular choice among users.

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