Re: How to list all files that are going to be installed when doing "apt-get upgrade"?
A bit late but I still wanted to thank you for your response Paul. I did not have time to reply earlier.
I am quite happy with the command we ended with last time. To find the differences of the output from this command and from the output from "aide -C" I redirect the output from these commands to two files and compare those files.
On 10/4/05, Paul E Condon <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Mon, Oct 03, 2005 at 09:49:35PM +0200, Sonixxfx wrote:
> Basicly I just need to know how I can use the "aide -C" command as a
> parameter in diff.
> When I try it I get "No such file or directory"and such.
> How can I achieve this?
It seems that you do not have aide installed.
What do you get in response to
? If nothing but a new command prompt, do
apt-get install aide
But I don't know aide, and can't say what the output of
aide -C looks like.
Paul E Condon
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