The second command (with $ignorepkg and $ignoregrp) is a more comprehensive version of the one I explained. It goes something like this:- add all unrequired packages to the first list. (pacman -Qqt)- add all packages named in the variable "$ignorepkg" to the second list (echo ...
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
I'm looking for sort of an 'app-store' or Google Play store type functionality for apt-get packages. What I'd really like to do is select a category, like 'Music' or 'Internet' and see the list of available packages in that category with their summaries.
It'd be even better if the packages had ratings or reviews. Does anything like this exist?