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Old 11-12-2008, 06:49 PM
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Default How to find what 'new' packages have been installed?

On 11/12/2008 09:30 AM, Chris G wrote:
> Is there a way to find out what packages have been installed by the
> user (i.e. me) after the inital installation of an Ubuntu system?
>
> I like to record what I have added (and why) in the way of
> customisation so that the next time I build a system I have some hints
> available.
>

Open Synaptic and use File|History.

You can then copy & paste to a gedit file and add notes & save for your
records.

I'm sure that Synaptic gets the logs from somewhere, so perhaps someone
can adivse & you can then access directly.




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