I have installed
$ type pulseaudio-module-bluetooth bash: type: pulseaudio-module-bluetooth: not found $ which pulseaudio-module-bluetooth $ whereis pulseaudio-module-bluetooth pulseaudio-module-bluetooth:
Clearly, I'm looking for the wrong thing. The package does not simply install a command that is the same name as the package. Alright, then.
I want to find out what all commands (or executables) this package installed, and their locations.
The answers to "How to get information about deb package archive?" tell me how to find the files installed by the package if I have a
.deb file. I'm not installing directly from a
.deb file, though. I'm using
apt. Where is the
.deb file that that used? Is there a copy on my system somewhere that I can query with the commands in the answers to that question? Where?
If there isn't a local copy on my system, can I get one with
Is there some handy
apt (or similar) command that wraps this up for me, so that I do not have to run
dpkg-deb directly? What is it?
Can I find the package's file list entirely on-line, without explicitly downloading any
.deb files and before installing anything with