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I don't know a way to do this using apt, but you may try searching your bash history:

grep 'apt-get .*remove' ~/.bash_history

grep 'apt-get .*remove' ~/.bash_history

This should output all lines with remove or autoremove.

I don't know a way to do this using apt, but you may try searching your bash history:

grep 'apt-get .*remove' ~/.bash_history

This should output all lines with remove or autoremove.

I don't know a way to do this using apt, but you may try searching your bash history:

grep 'apt-get .*remove' ~/.bash_history

This should output all lines with remove or autoremove.

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I don't know a way to do this using apt, but you may try searching your bash history:

grep 'apt-get .*remove' ~/.bash_history

This should output all lines with remove or autoremove.