Ubuntu :: Adding Installed Packages Using Customization Kit

Nov 25, 2010

I've started using uck. I have around 100 packages installed on my system right now and when I use uck package manager and click on the required package to install. It starts downloading it. I already have all the packages downloaded and installed on my system. How can I add them to the live cd using the ubuntu customization kit?

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Ubuntu :: Adding Packages From CD?

Oct 29, 2010

Barebone install. No connection. How do I add packages from the Ubuntu desktop CD?

sudo apt-cdrom add
sudo update

/etc/apt/source.list confirms that the CD repo has been added. Tried to "sudo xserver-xorg-video-sis" but got a "E: Unable to locate package."

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Nov 23, 2008

What I'm looking for: A way to change the linux iso once I download it so that it contains some packages that are not typically with it (basically the ones I download and install after the fact). This would include things like OOo 3, my wireless card (it would be really cool if I could use that on a live distro that I run from my flash), and a few others things that I think I could manage if those other two could be explained to me.

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Jan 7, 2011

I have a 500Gb HDD which currently has only Ubuntu 10.04LTS installed on it. I also have another 80Gb drive with a fresh copy of XP on it (which isn't currently connected to the motherboard).Both drives will connect via sata leads (currently I have only one sata lead and that is being used exclusively by Ubuntu), I'm buying another sata lead tomorrow for the XP drive.

When I finally connect both drives up to the motherboard, and boot, will the grub menu automatically see the XP drive (as well as Ubuntu) and ask which OS I wish to boot to? Or, will I have to somehow inform grub that XP is also an option now?

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Jul 22, 2010

I have just installed Debian Lenny and was trying to upgrade the installed packages from the packages.debian.org site. when i asked synaptic to add the downloaded packages the would not appear, but when i checked the .xsessions file there are entries saying that the packages were being ingnored because they were either different versions, the MD5 did not match or even "can't find pkg". i have to use the local library to download the packages because i dont have an internet connection at home.


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Apr 3, 2010

I recently installed Windows 7 on Virtual Box (running within Ubuntu Karmic 9.10), and it runs great. However I want to also add Windows 7 to the Grub Menu, so I can choose at the start between the Ever-Glorious Ubuntu and the Depressingly-Drab Windows 7.

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May 17, 2011

Currently I'm running a smaba on slackware 13.1 with a 1TB Hard drive for dumpng files rather than sharing. My partition table is as follows:

/dev/sdb2 swap swap defaults 0 0
/dev/sdb1 / ext4 defaults 1 1
/dev/sdb3 /home ext4 defaults 1 2


Now that i need to add 2 more 1TB hard drives and I want to stripe these two drives to make one partition for large space.

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Ubuntu :: See The Packages That Recently Installed?

Feb 2, 2010

Is there a way to see the packages that I have recently installed? I'm trying to remove a program and I'm not sure what the names of the packages that came with it are.

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Ubuntu :: All Packages Not Installed After Upgrade

Dec 13, 2010

I have been running Ubuntu on my laptop since 9.10 by itself (not dualbooting Windows). I had no problems with it back then but I did notice that when I upgraded, not all the packages installed and I would get an error message saying so. I never thought much of it. The problem became apparent when upgrading from 9.10 to 10.4, I would get an error message everytime and the upgrade would be cancelled. This forced me to reinstall Ubuntu for both 10.04 and 10.10. As soon as I downloaded 10.10 I downloaded docky and chromium. Heres where my current problems arise:

- Docky (which worked in 10.04) wont work even after I download compiz.
- Every time I update the system, if i try to update chromium or anything else from google it cancels the upgrade.
- I tried using "sudo apt-get upgrade" in the terminal but I get
"Reading package lists... Error!
E: Encountered a section with no Package: header
E: Problem with MergeList /var/lib/dpkg/status
E: The package lists or status file could not be parsed or opened."

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Mar 3, 2010

How can I list what i have installed for current packages, excluding what normally comes with a fresh install of 9.10?

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Ubuntu Installation :: Upgrades Are Available For All Installed Packages?

Apr 2, 2010

I searched. I poured over the man pages. No joy. How can one, with a command-line utility, determine: What, if any, upgrades are available for a specific package? What, if any, upgrades are available for all installed packages?

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Ubuntu :: Identify All Packages Installed From PPA's On The System?

Apr 22, 2010

I'm currently running 9.10 and am anticipating upgrading to 10.04 when it is released next week. I am however, running several packages from PPA's that were simply not working well at the versions included with 9.10 (I know specifically the 64-bit version of Flash and Wine are setup this way).

Since these installs are out of the scope of the official Ubuntu sources, how are these handled when I upgrade? More importantly, since some of these packages were just installed as a temporary fix until 10.04 came out, for some of them I'd like to remove the PPA version and reinstall the default version (since for several of them the 10.04 version has caught up to where it needs to be). Is there any way to identify all packages installed from PPA's on the system?

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May 27, 2010

I was wondering if there's a package that can report on the frequency with which a program (e.g. gnuplot) has been run over, say, the past week, or month.

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Nov 25, 2010

I know I can do a dpkg --get-selections to get a list of installed packages. Is there a way to get the version of the package listed as well?

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Dec 16, 2010

I'm planing a completly new install of my machine to get rid of things from version 8.04 and older.But, is there a way to figure out which packages I've installed in addition to the CD?

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Dec 16, 2010

I am experiencing some strange behaviour with sound, and I have been messing around with installing some ALSA drivers. I suspect that I might have corrupted some part of the installed Ubuntu packages. Is there a way to check all the packages on the system for integrity using apt-get or similar?

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Feb 23, 2011

In MacPorts, the ports I would be looking for are the requested ports. They have a system so that when you install a port, that port is marked as requested. Also if you want to keep a port that was installed as a dependency, you can set it to be requested manually. Does the Debian system have the same functionality? It seems that there are some utilities that get that done..

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Ubuntu Installation :: Get A List Of Pre-installed Packages?

Jun 10, 2011

I'm working on a script that keeps track of user explicitly installed packages (no deps, no default packages), where can I found a list of ubuntu natty preinstalled packages ? Is there some file in the filesystem or in installation disc ?

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Mar 30, 2011

I have three servers, one of which was installed with Nagios, now I want to check memory usage, cpu load, disk usage on the Nagios server and another server.what packages should be installed on the Nagios server? what packages should be installed on another server. nagios has been installed on ubuntu 10.04 server.

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Jan 15, 2010

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Feb 3, 2010

I am beginner in ubuntu. I wish to run the programs that will display a picture which use the ffmpeg, sdl and lame. When I type gcc -o exercise exercise1.c 'sdl-config --cflags --libs' to compile the program it give this such of error :gcc: sdl-config --cflags --libs: No such file or directory. I have installed the gcc packages, SDL, FFMPEG, LAME but still cannot display the output. What should I do with the gcc packages?

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Feb 15, 2010

Can you tell me where do packages installed with apt-get or synaptic package manager get stored in? I use Ubuntu9.10

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Feb 19, 2010

I wounder how I should do to find out what packages I have explicitly installed on the system, NOT including the dependencies. The purpose is to get a figure of what packages I need to install when I reinstall my system.In Gentoo one can look at the world-file (/var/lib/portage/world) which is a list of my explicitly installed packages, not including system packages (located in /var/lib/portage/system)

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Ubuntu Installation :: Clone Using Installed And Deinstalled Packages

Apr 2, 2010

I was curious if there is any way to clone my system by simply writing into a file which packages are installed AND deinstalled on the source system.

The reason is that I configured a system which fits me just right (I installed some additional packages and removed some standard packages like OpenOffice...) and was wanting to back it up - even for a newer Ubuntu-Version.

Most of the changes are already gone in /var/log/dpkg.log... so this option does not exist...Does anyone know where Synaptic stores the information which package is installed and which is not? It is possible to view those packages by applying a filter.

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Apr 8, 2010

I'm reinstalling an ubuntu machine that does not boot anymore. I have a complete backup of all the files that were on the harddrive.

I would like to make a list of all the programs that were installed, so I can re-install them on the fresh install.

I've found the following procedure, but this method requires that the machine still boots. (and my machine does not boot anymore) code...

Is it possible to get a list of installed packages from the backup of an ubuntu machine?
PS, My appologies for my English, I'm dutch

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May 25, 2010

Since I had problems with Openoffice since the upgrade to 9.10, I've tried to uninstall all openoffice. I've searched for 'openoffice' in synaptic and uninstalled all thet I've found. It has uninstalled many other things, thunderbird, firefox and god only knows what other. Now, there is a way to know what are the packages installed by default? Or, to install all the dafault packages? Or, there is a log of what I've uninstalled?

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May 30, 2010

Using Ubuntu Lucid with Gnome desktop.I was just playing around trying to find a media player I liked and installed Bangarang via the Software Centre. This took an absolute age and now I realise why - it has basically installed the entire KDE environment and associated lib packages as well.I have found /var/ log/ dpkg.log shows what has been installed and of course I can wade through that to make a list of all the packages and uninstall them all via Synaptic. But that will take a long time to do.

Is there anyway to somehow automate rolling back any package changes since a certain time?I've checked the man for dpkg and I can't see any mention of anything like this.

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Jun 23, 2010

I'm migrating to a new Lucid Lynx machine, and I'd like to install all of the packages that I currently have installed on my old machine.Is there a way to query a list of all packages that are currently installed on a particular system, such that I could simply throw this list at apt-get on a new system

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Jul 7, 2010

I recently installed a few packages from source using checkinstall (notably x264). Today, when my normal synaptic/apt-get upgrade ran, it wanted to to overwrite the (newer) version I installed with the (older) version in the repos.Is there any way to have synaptic/apt ignore packages installed via checkinstall so that they aren't overwritten?

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Sep 17, 2010

I'd like to list all packages I installed since the installation. The tricky part is that I don't care for dependencies - only clean list of what I ordered to install. I went through man pages and I did not find anything relevant. Also /var/log/apt/history* doesn't say what I requested and what came as a dependency.

For gentoo-aware folks, I am looking for something like "world" file.

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