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Postby animaguy on Wed Aug 08, 2012 1:48 pm

i run centos 6 and linux mint 13 w/xfce

on centos I use the commands

yum grouplist | tee group.txt

and

yum list all | tee packages.txt

as a way to keep accountability of all the current installed and available group packages and individual packages installed

i am not a big fan os synaptic package manager or the default software manager either but if i can figure out an efficient way to do the same on linux mint as i do on centos i am willing to try

question:

are their any equivalent apt-get commands to list packages currently installed?

are there group packages on linux mint as there arr on centos?

and

does any one find it easier to micro manage current installed packages on synaptic or software manager than the command line?
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Re: default packages question

Postby sagirfahmid3 on Wed Aug 08, 2012 4:02 pm

dpkg -l > blah.file
OR you can also use this
dpkg --get-selections > blah.file
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Re: default packages question

Postby animaguy on Wed Aug 08, 2012 7:28 pm

Thanks for your reply, I appreciate this.
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