How to install a deb file?

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I have download a deb file from the internet and I want to install it. I don’t know what is the command for that. Please help
Apr 1 in Linux Administration by Robin
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You can install a .deb file with the following command:

$ dpkg -I <name of the .deb file>
answered Apr 1 by Shaan

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