So I noticed that dpkg is an installable package. My question is, what’s the point of it? Isn’t dpkg Debian’s package manager?
Context is important: where did you see that?
As a matter of fact:
dpkg-files are installable packages (in general) - it’s just that arch based distros (as manjaro) do not use those.
Maybe this will help:
You can search for it on Pamac, to be completely honest a friend of mine found it out somehow and I was wondering what its purpose was.
Ah, thanks for the link. Explains everything
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