Debian :: List Packages From Specific Repository?

Apr 11, 2010

how can I list all the .deb packages installed from a specific repository?

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Fedora :: Yum List Installed Packages From Repository

Feb 19, 2010

how to get yum to list all of the packages currently installed from a specific repository?

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Ubuntu :: List Of Installed Packages By Repository Through Commandline?

Feb 11, 2011

I know dpgk --get-selections will list all installed packages, but is there a way to also get the repository each belongs to as well.

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Debian :: LMDE-- Ubuntu Packages In The Repository?

Jan 21, 2011

What the hey??? I was looking to install Virtualbox via Synaptic the other day and I found a package with "~Ubuntu~lucid" next to the latest version. I have all confidence in the Mint team and I'm sure they scrutinized these packages for compatibility, but a little disclaimer would have been nice. I do not want any Ubuntu packages on my system. The least they could do was package the source code into a pure .deb.

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Debian Multimedia :: Finding Repository For ALSA-1.0.23 Packages?

May 17, 2010

Is there any repository providing latest ALSA packages for Debian?

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Debian :: List Only Non-automatic Installed Packages?

Apr 20, 2016

How do you list only installed packages that were not installed automatically? I see in aptitude that it will list whether they were installed automatically or not, but it is hard to find them because the are a lot more installed automatically than non-automatically.

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Debian :: List Packages Installed From A Branch?

May 3, 2010

I can't remember if branch is the correct term but I am talking stable, testing or unstable.

i have looked through the dpkg and aptitude man pages but can't seem to find if there is a way to search which packages on the system are installed from a specific branch. Is there a way to do this?

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Debian :: Cannot Locate List Of Essential Packages?

Oct 20, 2010

I fruitlessly tried to understand the mechanism of package clean in Debian. There are two types of packages: the one that are essential for user and dependencies of these packages. How could I found where the list of essential packages is kept in Debian? (in Gentoo it is called world-file)
dkpg -l shows me the list of all packages installed.

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Debian :: Search Installed Packages And List Available Docs

Jan 11, 2016

I have realized that in not installing suggested packages I've missed out on a ton of doc files, which would really come in handy while I'm away from internet access.

Is there a way take a list of currently installed packages and find out which of them have doc packages available? Possibly install them in a single step? I have been playing around with aptitude and apt-rdepends, but I'm not quite sure how to go about this. Somehow take a list of installed packages, run it through an apt-cache search, and end up with a list of -doc packages to install? My bash-fu isn't the greatest, and I suppose this could be a bad idea to begin with.

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Debian :: Unable To Fetch Some Packages / Source List

Mar 6, 2016

I'm a fresh user of Debian 6 64 Bit. I'm trying to install wine on it to run bluestacks. URL... but when I use the following command, it can't seem to fetch some files/packages. I have these as my sources list at the moment.

sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list
deb stable main contrib non-free
deb-src stable main contrib non-free
deb wheezy-updates main contrib non-free
deb-src wheezy-updates main contrib non-free


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Debian Configuration :: Removing List Of Unwanted Packages

May 5, 2011

I have a fresh Debian install, since this install was on a desktop, I had an internet connection and didn't notice (it was late, I was half asleep) I opted to download a whole load of packages I didn't really need. I thought all was doomed until I remembered that I have done another Debian install but a week ago on a laptop, which has a nice clean install without all the bloat.

So I ran dpkg --get-selections > selections
and had it sent to my new desktop installation.

Now if I run dpkg --set-selections < selections followed by dselect-upgrade nothing happens. I assume this is because the smaller list contains all the packages 'to be installed' which already are, and all the missing packages are not being purged. Do I need to explicitly add all the packages I want to purge to the 'selection' list or is there a better way of doing it?

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General :: List Installed Packages In Debian From A File?

Jun 25, 2010

I have a system that will not boot as /usr has been destroyed and I would like to get a list of installed packages before re-installing. I know that it's possible to get this using dpkg or apt, but I cannot run those.

Where in the filesystem is this information stored and what's the best way to get a list of installed apps from the files?

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Debian :: Getting List Of Installed Packages From A Dead System?

May 31, 2010

I have a dead system that was running Debian Linux (lenny). I can boot into emergency mode, but nothing else. I will likely have to reinstall Debian. I've read lots of things online about how to get a list of currently installed packages. Which is fine and dandy if the system is working and I can log into it. I'm basically wanting to extract such a list from a hard drive containing an installation I can't log into normally. I can access the filesystem just fine, and nothing related to aptitude has been damaged.

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Fedora :: Repository List And List Of Installed Applications?

Feb 17, 2010

I understand there is a file that stores the repositories' information, but I can't find it!Is there a way I can create a list of what applications have been installed?The idea is that if I am running a backup, finding a way to save the repository list and applications installed so if I am upgrading, or fixing a borked system by re-installing Fedora, I could copy the repo list back, and run the applications list like ode:yum install <cat apps.txt?> and get all of the applications I've installed via Yum without having to remember them all?Is there anything else, outside of /home, I should look at backing up? SELinux settings?

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Debian :: Export A List Of All Installed Packages In Aptitude Or Synaptic?

Feb 23, 2011

Can I keep the old 32bit_testing /home with all the hidden directories there when moving to 64bit_testing?

Is there a way to export a list of all installed packages in aptitude or synaptic, so that when reinstalling, it can be easily imported? (reinstalling the same system)

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General :: View List Of Updated Packages After Apt-upgrade On Debian-based Systems?

May 15, 2010

I just did an update on my Debian system and it was very long. I'd like to know now, after the upgrades have already been applied, which packages were upgraded and which were not.

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Ubuntu :: How To Make APT Install Package From Specific Repository

Jul 19, 2010

If a software package I want to install is available in more than one repository, how can I choose which repository to install the package? And is there a way to do this with Synaptic?

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General :: How To Add Specific Software Repository In Opensuse 11.2 Without Installation Dvd

Feb 16, 2010

How to add a specific software such as wine repository in opensuse 11.2 without using installaion dvd...i tried several times..but each time it asked for installation dvd..can i manage to do the same without installaiton dvd...if yes ..kindly let me know the process in details.

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Fedora :: Save "list Of Installed Packages" In A List And Restore?

Mar 28, 2010

how do I save installed packages in a list and restore ...

rpm -qa > installed-software.log
yum install $(cat installed-software.log)
sorting rpm packages by size
rpm -qa --qf '%{SIZE} %{NAME}
' | sort -n

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OpenSUSE :: Choose Repository From The List?

May 28, 2011

I am confused by the repositories list from the community as following:

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OpenSUSE Install :: Adding DVD's To Repository List?

Feb 7, 2010

I just purchased openSUSE 11.2 x64 on DVD from, as well as the 5 x64 repository DVD's. The base install went fine, but when I try to add thos's to my software repositories using yast they all have the same listed name, "repository" - I can change that to show "repository disk 1" etc, but when I go to install stuff and the software installer asks for "repository disk 1" I put that in the dvd drive, and it cannot recognise it, spits it out and asks for the same disk again...hmmmm. Should I not change the default name that comes up when each DVD is added to the list? If I leave them unchanged will I be told which is the correct disk to insert, remembering that in the list they all have the same name

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Ubuntu :: Repository List Like Multiverse Or Universe?

Aug 12, 2011

i have the following repositories in my Other Software list.CanonicalIndependentme if there should be any others, like multiverse or universe.

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General :: List Of All Nested Subfolders With A Specific Name?

Jun 3, 2010

How to get a list of all the subfolders with a specific name
e.g. all the folders which their name contains 'NAME' code...

but this won't give me a unique list (if the folder has subfolders it gets listed multiple times)

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Fedora :: Packages Installation From Repository DVD

Nov 8, 2009

I'm a new user of fedora 11 n an off line user too. I want to install the packages from a dvd which contains all the repositories and suitable key files for it. I dono how to configure that.

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General :: Install All Packages From An APT Repository?

Jun 11, 2010

Is it possible to install all packages from an APT repository?

I know it is possible to do it manually, but then you would need to know all the package names, and I don't.

I want to install all the packages from BackTrack into my Ubuntu installation. I really don't like the idea of having it in a VM and having a separate partition for it is even more out of the question. I know that the folks at BackTrack doesn't like it when people leech their repositories, but that's what you get for releasing open source software. Stupid? maybe.. A valid reason? probably not.. Do I still want it? Yes.

Another edit: I have now given up on this as it seems impossible to get it to work even by manually installing packages.

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Ubuntu :: Creating Own Repository For Packages.

Feb 26, 2011

using 10.04 . I am trying to create my own repository for packages.So that updates can be done offline. 1.I copied all packages which i usually use from

and put it in folder local_repository
2.took backup for of sources.list


So how to create Packages.gz and how to create repository?

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General :: Put Modify Packages In YUM Repository?

Apr 20, 2011

I have set up a local YUM repository to install own modify packages om my clients.

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Fedora :: Getting The Specific Packages And Applications?

Dec 24, 2009

If I am correct there is an official list(probably by Fedora itself) of packages/software included in each Fedora version, but I can't find it. I also have a couple of queries below.

1. There are always new applications, packages, games etc. being released for Fedora by open source developers and companies. Is there a good website where I can get a list of all these new packages etc, if possible an official one? I visit some sites such as, but based on your own experience, I think you can guide me better.

2. In order to know which packages are installed on the Fedora machine one can type the following command, is that right?


rpm -qa

And this one gives the exact number of installed packages.


rpm -qa | wc -l

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Programming :: List Specific Files And Delete Results?

Jul 8, 2011

I ran the command:


ls -ltr | head -n40

I'd like to delete all the files listed...

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Fedora Installation :: 7 Packages Repository Missing

May 14, 2009

why the Fedora 7 Repository is missing? We run a number of Fedora 7 machines in the office and when I went to configure a local repository sync of Fedora 7, i noticed that [URL] no longer has any Fedora 7 packages? After looking at a few other mirror repositories, it seems this has synced down to the mirrors as well. Would like to know if anyone knows why this is the case and if the packages will be restored?

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