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Re: apt and security

actually I thought some sort of log for dpkg/apt would be good, just to
keep a record of when something was installed or upgraded. so you know
what changed.

On Tue, May 29, 2001 at 09:36:37AM -0500, Matthew H. Ray wrote:
> I've got tripwire keeping an eye on my filesystems so I'm notified whenever a
> change is made.  I recently added a couple of packages via apt, and I noticed a
> number of files were modified that I hadn't expected changed.  I don't recall
> the names of the packages I upgraded (there were a bunch), but I was wondering
> if there is a dpkg -l flag of some sort that shows you the timestamps of when a
> package was added, and if I could get the listing of files altered by those
> packages once I know which ones they are?
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