Gets me all packages installed on my Fedora 17 system:
yum list installed
Would be nice to list all packages without dependencies like 'bison' or 'ed'. Is it possible?
on 01/03/2013 – Made popular on 01/03/2013
Is there any Python code to get the list of packages installed on Ubuntu along with the version of the package? I have seen Python code at Generating list of manually installed packages and querying individual packages. But that doesn't have the listing of version ID. Can anyone know how to get the version of the installed packages?
Sorry i found how to post in Ubuntu Forum :) , simple "new Thread" button, LOL !!!.
Anyway i can leave this question open here i think.
The following command create a list of installed packages on a machine, and then reinstall the same packages in another machine
it seems that the command work fine on Ubunt 32 Desktop , but on Ubuntu amd64 (Desktop) the
So I'm new with ubuntu and so far I just love it :) I am now thinking how to perform full system backup, so that all my system settings, all my programs and packages and everything I've tweaked so far (desktop environment, window manager, etc.) is recoverable.
I could use deja dup or any other backup origram to backup the /home folder.
I have an Aldi PC with a Q8200 processor and have installed Fedora11 on this system. Regularly I get updates to install, but also updates for i586 packages, which give a conflict with the x86_64 packages already installed.
Sometimes I have missed a i586 package in the update list, resulting in an error next time.