A.4. Ubuntu package manager
Your Linux distribution already has a full-featured package manager installed. And you may not even need it if you use Anaconda’s package manager conda, as suggested in the NLPIA installation instructions (http://github.com/totalgood/nlpia). The package manager for Ubuntu is called apt. We’ve suggested some packages to install in A.3. You almost certainly won’t need all these packages, but this exhaustive list of tools is here in case you install something with Anaconda and it complains about a missing binary. You can start at the top and work your way down, until conda is able to install your Python packages. See the following listing.
Listing A.3. Install developer tools with apt
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