apt list --manual-installed=true, it is hard to read.
apt list --manual-installed=true | column -t and it reads pretty good, except I do not see a header for the columns. When I say header for the columns I mean like an html table header. Is there not names for the columns. I read the man apt and no mention; and, I search the internet a long time - igu!
I want to see the names of the columns because I do not understand what the data means in some of those columns:
In the first column there is the name of the package but there is also 'impish' and 'now' subfixed to the name looking like those things are data that should be in separate columns themselves. Those data pieces look like - apport/impish-updates,impish-security,now.
In column three and four it seems maybe understood as column three is archetecture and column four is status but I would like to makes sure. I would like to see the header.
The first question is "does the apt command have headers for the table data? Is there a way to show the headers?
Second question is what is the impish and now data about. what type of data is suppose to be in these columns. Might there be a similar data type with a different name here. I am trying to understand the data type and also do not know what 'impish' is or what that 'now' is for.
Thanks in advance!