You can also use the apt list command to access a list of the packages that are currently available from your configured repository. Open a command line, assume superuser privileges, and enter:
The edb-as12-server-dev package contains the header files and libraries needed to compile C or C++ applications that directly interact with an Advanced Server server and the ecpg or ecpgPlus C preprocessor. Installs the PL/Python procedural language for Advanced Server. Please note that the edb-as12-server-plpython package is dependent on the platform-supplied version of Python. By default, the edb-as12-server-plpython3 package is not installed; you need to explicitly install the package using apt. To install edb-as12-server-plpython3 package, you must first uninstall the plpython platform-supplied version of Python. Installs the PL/Tcl procedural language for Advanced Server. Please note that the edb-as12-pltcl package is dependent on the platform-supplied version of TCL. The edb-edbplus package contains the files required to install the EDB*Plus command line client. EDB*Plus commands are compatible with Oracle's SQL*Plus. This package contains the pgPool-II installer. The pgpool-II utility package acts as a middleman between client applications and Server database servers. pgpool-II functionality is transparent to client applications; client applications connect to pgpool-II instead of directly to Advanced Server, and pgpool-II manages the connection. EnterpriseDB supports the following pgpool-II features: The edb-jdbc package includes the .jar files needed for Java programs to access an Advanced Server database. The edb-migrationtoolkit package installs Migration Toolkit, facilitating migration to an Advanced Server database from Oracle, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Sybase and SQL Server.