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comment How to add bookmark that connects to local server?
If you able to ssh in, you could try entering sftp:////myuser@myserver.de instead of network:// - also I'm not sure which bookmarks you refer to, but have you tried Ctrl+D?
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answered Find out what packages were installed after os install
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comment Find out what packages were installed after os install
@karel the answer by bci, using the history.log, will not give you a full list if the logs do not go as far back as the original install
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comment Find out what packages were installed after os install
Thanks. I have found a more accurate duplicate at unix.stackexchange.com/questions/3595/… - and the answer unix.stackexchange.com/a/80520/9132 is the closest so far, the manifest method seemed to give me everything on one machine (as if comm wasn't working), plus aptitude was not installed on another machine.
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revised Find out what packages were installed after os install
clarify what question is, and what it is not asking
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comment Find out what packages were installed after os install
I don't want to list 'all' installed packages, only those installed after the OS was installed. For example, the dpkg --get-selections | grep -v deinstall command outputs packages like xorg and wget - which would have been part of the initial install. I will edit the question.
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revised Find out what packages were installed after os install
improved formatting, make actual question more obvious.
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comment Where does gnome-power-statistics get its data from?
Gnome-power-statistics has graphs going back a week, which in my case includes reboots, so it must be getting non-realtime data elsewhere.