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I installed libguava-lib-doc from the Ubuntu store. But I can't figure out where it installed. Where are the docs, and how can I figure this out in general in the future?

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The documentation you are looking for is in /usr/share/doc/libguava-java/api/.

Most (all?) packages install documentation into /usr/share/doc/packages-name. If you're ever unsure what was installed by a package, you can run dpkg -L package-name to get a list of files that were included.

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You can find the files under: /usr/share/doc/libguava-java/api/.

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