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    Lightbulb repository list

    Quick one...

    How can i list the software i have installed and from what repositories they are?

    TIA

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    Re: repository list

    Synaptic tells you what is installed and, I think, what repository it came from.
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    Re: repository list

    synaptic is the non-jumbled name.


    It can be found from the Computer->system configuration menu.

    Reload the list once every few days to get the latest list of packages.
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    Re: repository list

    Quote Originally Posted by jdong
    synaptic is the non-jumbled name.
    What, I don't see a jumbled name? hehe
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    Red face Re: repository list

    Quote Originally Posted by Rancoras
    Synaptic tells you what is installed and, I think, what repository it came from.

    Ahh thanks.

    Anyone also happens to know how to view this via the commandline?


    TIA

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    Re: repository list

    type..

    $ dpkg -l

    ..then go cross eyed!!

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    Unhappy Re: repository list

    Quote Originally Posted by Karlos
    type..

    $ dpkg -l

    ..then go cross eyed!!

    That will only show what packages i have installed, not from what repository it
    was installed....

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