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Re: Searching in dselect



On Tue, Sep 19, 2000 at 05:31:52AM +0200, Helgi Örn (hehe@post.netlink.se) wrote:
> Hi all Debian's
> 
> How can I search for a package in the dselect program?

'?' brings up a list of keystrokes.

'/' starts a search.

'n' finds next instance of pattern.

You might also want to use apt-cache:

    $ apt-cache search foo

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