I previously installed a package with the
--no-install-recommends and am now missing some functionality due to these packages missing. Is there a way to install these packages with an
apt-get command without completely uninstalling it (as this will remove a plethora of dependent packages as well)?
I know I can use
apt-cache depends *packagename* | grep Recommends to get a list of these packages, which I can then manually install and manually set to autoinstalled. However I would like to know whether you can do this automatically with apt-get.