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I'm using Kubuntu 17.10. Always after login, the notification below pops up. When I click it, it asks for my password and wants to install or remove packages – but without telling me what packages. I already searched the internet but couldn't find a way to identify what packages are needed. The standard apt upgrade is not affecting this popup. What program is causing this popup, and how can I see which packages it wants to install?

Thanks!

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The missing packages can be seen if installing the full language support in Terminal:

sudo apt install $(check-language-support)
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    Awesome! That seem to do the trick. So check-language-support is a bit misleading here, it should be named check-missing-language-package or at least give a short hint that it outputs missing files. Anyway, thanks! – Grimm Feb 1 '18 at 8:32
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    @Grimm you're right about command name, even manpage says at beginning "check-language-support - returns the list of missing packages in order to provide a complete language environment". – Pafnucy Jun 7 '18 at 8:32

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