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how to view installation information for package to be installed by apt [duplicate]

For ubuntu or debian, for installed package, I can use dpkg -L package to view where files were installed by the package. For a package is going to be installed but yet installed, how can I foresee ...
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An upgrade from 'zesty' to 'bionic' is not supported with this tool. Tried official links, no success

I tried following https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades/Feisty link, but without success. I need to upgrade my system to 17.10(EOL) from 17.04. When running following command I am getting an ...
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apt-get install wants remove everything

First thing is, when I try to install teamviewer (https://download.teamviewer.com/download/teamviewer_i386.deb) it wasnt install fully so i use apt-get install -f but -f delete all packages, after ...
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How to “autoremove” packages with aptitude package manager?

Is it possible to perform an equivalent of apt-get autoremove with aptitude? If yes, how? The Debian Administrator's Handbook says that aptitude "autoremoves" packages automatically, but this is not ...
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Ubuntu software updates with apt-get

I had a basic question regarding Ubuntu's "apt-get update/dist-upgrade" behavior. I was unsure of which software packages were updated when "apt-get update/dist-upgrade" were run. I read on other SO ...
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search for only installed packages using apt

Using aptitude I can make a search like: aptitude search '~i bash' This seems to be an aptitude specific regex. Is it possible to do the same thing using apt or apt-cache without additional commands?...
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Aptitude deleted a buttload of modules when I tried to install Imagemagick, how do I undo this?

Yesterday I tried to install Imagemagick, I used apt-get at first, which returned an error. I was already trying to install ImageMagick for hours, so I got impatient. A post on stackoverflow said that ...
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How to access local repository mirror?

I am trying to access a local apt mirror which is on a usb drive. The file tree on the drive is /apt-mirror /mirror /archive.ubuntu.com /dists /pool /skel ...
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How to install all with aptitude

How to install all packages whitch aptitude found? For example: sudo aptitude search eclipse ... found approximately 66 packages. How I can install all found packages without write separately?
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Two different lists of installed packages

I'm trying to get an authoritative list of installed packages in order to find the explicitly installed ones as is done here. This command gives me one list aptitude search '~i !~M' -F '%p' --...
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How can I “reset” aptitude?

I've inherited an Ubuntu 12.04 server where package management is completely messed up. Any aptitude command fails with errors like this one (for every installed package, as far as I can tell): dpkg: ...
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Is there a command that outputs ONLY the packages explicitly installed by the user? (ubuntu/debian)

I have tried searching for this but there seems to be no command that can output a list of packages (ideally in Ubuntu) that I have installed, not including any dependencies.
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How to de-select packages of a certain architecture in aptitude

I'm upgrading some Debian machines from i386 arch to amd64. The process is fairly straitforward: Boot a amd64 kernel For libraries which are multiarch-capable, install their amd64 companion libraries ...
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Why does aptitude refrain from upgrading [UNAVAILABLE] packages?

Why does aptitude refrain from upgrading in the example below? Is it solely because existing package metadata is not in cache anymore? If package is marked as [UNAVAILABLE], does it mean the only ...
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How can I first download KDE files and then install them offline on Ubuntu?

How can I first download KDE files and then install them offline on Ubuntu?
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What does apt need to be healed of a bad setup?

I made a couple of earlier posts regarding a libssl-dev that, it seemed, was not removable. Some of the replies touched on that there was a problem with apt, and now that someone posted the command to ...
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How do I update my Debian kernel?

Essentially I have an Ubuntu laptop and a board running Debian. I have installed the same kernel module and a utility for managing it on each, using aptitude. Unfortunately, the versions of the ...
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How can I get an Ubuntu 12.04 box to do an aptitude update; aptitude upgrade?

I did an aptitude apt-get and then aptitude upgrade, on an Ubuntu 12.04 box, and got: root@li393-189:~# aptitude upgrade Resolving dependencies... The following packages will be ...
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Weird issue with unmet dependencies when cloning package states from earlier installation on same machine [closed]

I've been doing the usual routine of saving the package selections and also marking the packages as auto or manual as outlined in the question and answer here: Restoring all data from backup of dpkg --...
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Ubuntu Could not purge package

I've tried to install oracle-java7-installer package from custom repository onto Ubuntu 12. It was failed during executing some post-installation script. So. I want just to rollback it and proceed ...
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Can I use `apt-get` to upgrade to the latest version of Nagios?

At the time of this writing the latest version of Nagios is 3.3.1. I am running Ubuntu 10.04 and have used apt-get update; apt-get install nagios3 to end up with version 3.2.0. I know there are a lot ...
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How can I regenerate the default '/etc/' config files?

I've removed nagios3 with apt-get remove nagios3 and then removed the files in by using the command sudo rm -R /etc/nagios* Now when I run apt-get install nagios3 the config files (/etc/nagios3/*) ...