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May
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comment Why isn't apt-cache policy output piped?
Oh god, there is no +50 bounty option anymore :-(
May
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May
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accepted Why isn't apt-cache policy output piped?
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May
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answered Why isn't apt-cache policy output piped?
May
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comment Why isn't apt-cache policy output piped?
Btw, I also was pointed by someone to the same point in sources just few minutes ago :-) And a potentially better solution script -c "sudo apt-cache policy foo" | grep Unable which requires installing a script though. As advised - I will put +50 here in 2 days (SE does not let to do it earlier)
May
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comment Why isn't apt-cache policy output piped?
Okay. Any way to capture them both?
May
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revised Why isn't apt-cache policy output piped?
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May
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comment Why isn't apt-cache policy output piped?
@MohsenPahlevanzadeh not it's not equal (not even close)
May
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comment Why isn't apt-cache policy output piped?
@MohsenPahlevanzadeh so? I'm sorry, but are you sure you have read the question (and the title)?
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revised Why isn't apt-cache policy output piped?
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comment Why isn't apt-cache policy output piped?
@MohsenPahlevanzadeh that's right, now try the exact call (package name) I provided :-)
May
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revised Why isn't apt-cache policy output piped?
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asked Why isn't apt-cache policy output piped?
Apr
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accepted Is it possible to create a non-empty file without write_close and rename event?
Apr
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comment Is it possible to create a non-empty file without write_close and rename event?
Yep, I also suspected it's a hardlink, thanks.
Apr
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asked Is it possible to create a non-empty file without write_close and rename event?
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accepted Binding to not existing interface
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comment Binding to not existing interface
@Patrick I see now, it is there (I mean, it is assigned to the network interface) :-S May suit as an answer actually :-)