I want to have a command on Debian (Sid) that launches aptitude's TUI with a limit pattern defined within the command itself as an argument.
Otherwise I have to write the pattern every time by pressing
l in Aptitude's TUI and then searching for an online manual in order to know how to write these patterns.
The basic command I use to launch Aptitude:
x-terminal-emulator -e sudo aptitude
A limit pattern I want to add as an argument:
In this case I want to launch Aptitude showing me all the Qt applications without having to input this pattern manually every time Aptitude launches.
I looked up Aptitude's man-pages, but I couldn't find the option for such argument.