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Some useful notes to help you achieve your goal: You can get a list of installed packages and their versions by running: dpkg-query -W You can create an archive of .deb packages of all currently installed packages by installing dpkg-repack and running something like this: dpkg-query -W | awk '{print $1}' | xargs dpkg-repack This will dpkg-repack all ...


There is a backup feature in Ubuntu, which is not enabled by default. It's located in Settings -> Backup. You may need to configure the folders and where to keep the backup to suit your needs.

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