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"pkg" is a command line tool used primarily in Unix-like operating systems to manage software packages. It serves as a package manager that handles installation, updating, and removal of software packages. It supports different package formats, such as .deb (used in Debian-based systems) and .rpm (used in Red Hat-based systems). The "pkg" command can be used to search for packages, display package information, and verify package integrity. It also provides dependency resolution, ensuring that all required packages are installed before installing a specific package. In addition, "pkg" allows users to configure package repositories, enabling the management of packages from different sources. It offers a convenient and efficient way to handle software installation and maintenance tasks in the command line interface.

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