Simo Kauppi wrote:
While in aptitude, "v" will show you all the versions of a package
available as determined by your /etc/apt/sources.list
On Sun, Sep 18, 2005 at 11:27:24AM +0100, Clive Menzies wrote:
On (18/09/05 12:26), Simo Kauppi wrote:
Is there an easy way to search for packages which are installed and have
more than one version available to see which version is currently
The reason for asking is that I just accidentally noticed that
php4-common, libapache2-mod-php4 and php4-mysql had a newer version in
security-updates but they had not been automatically upgraded. Manually
installing the newer versions of those had no problems.
I would like to find out if I have more packages which would have a
newer version available but haven't been upgraded.
I'm using Debian etch AMD64.
dpkg -l | grep ii
will show everything installed on your system
That it does.
apt-cache search <package> [or part name]
will show you available packages
Yes but without the version numbers