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Jan
12
revised How to find manually installed packages?
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Jan
11
awarded  Cleanup
Jan
11
revised How to find manually installed packages?
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Apr
14
revised How to find manually installed packages?
fixed awk script that gets installed packages
Apr
14
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Apr
14
comment How to find manually installed packages?
You can use zgrep instead of gunzip or zcat piped to grep. It's a wrapper script that ships with gzip i believe. It also accepts uncompressed files, so you could simplify your script to zgrep -E '(\[INSTALLIEREN\]|\[INSTALL\])' /var/log/aptitude* | awk '{ print $2 }'
Apr
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Apr
14
revised How to find manually installed packages?
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Apr
14
answered How to find manually installed packages?
Apr
14
comment How to list all installed packages?
The .1 there implies the log was rotated, if that's the case then maybe it's better to grep /var/log/dpkg.log* to get all rotated logs.
Apr
14
comment How to list all installed packages?
@drevicko you are correct, it does not list packages that are installed with dpkg
Apr
13
comment Install bison 2.7 in Ubuntu 14.04
@Greg it's convenient for mac users that want a simple script to make their linux and mac homes feel the same
Feb
25
comment Is there a web based terminal/ssh client?
This answer doesn't address the issues mentioned in the question, however +1 because it absolutely answers the question title.
Aug
25
answered Is it possible to use onboard graphics for Ubuntu and dedicated card for Windows?
Jan
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Dec
29
comment Ext3 partition seems to disappear after reboot
Try rebuilding your MBR.
Dec
29
awarded  Teacher
Dec
29
answered can apt do everthing dpkg can?
Dec
29
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