Cleaning up after your sudo apt-src install will involve removing any build-dependency you don’t need. Look at the Build-Depends line in the output from apt showsrc above, and remove any package you don’t think you need — one good approach is to mark them as automatically installed, then autoremove:

Cleaning up after your sudo apt-src install will involve removing any build-dependency you don’t need. Look at the Build-Depends line in the output from apt showsrc above, and remove any package you don’t think you need — one good approach is to mark them as automatically installed, then autoremove: apt-get source code? - LinuxQuestions.org Apr 13, 2007 generating web services client codes in .apt_sr| JBoss Apr 26, 2012

Prebuilt Packages for Linux and BSD¶. Most Linux distributions and BSD variants have NGINX in the usual package repositories and they can be installed via whatever method is normally used to install software (apt-get on Debian, emerge on Gentoo, ports on FreeBSD, etc).

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Raspberry Pi Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for users and developers of hardware and software for Raspberry Pi. It only takes a minute to sign up. irclogs.ubuntu.com Feb 22, 2006 Debian apt-get jessie sources.list - LinuxConfig.org