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Re: listing installation minimal packages in lenny

On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 6:16 AM, Israel Garcia <igalvarez@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 9/13/09, green <greenfreedom10@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Israel Garcia wrote at 2009-09-12 22:16 -0500:
>>> When you install lenny without check in group packages like (Desktop
>>> environmet, Web server, Print server, DNS server, File server, mail
>>> server, SQL server, Laptop), where can I find this list of  minimal
>>> packages lenny install by default?
>> I am not sure that the following (generated) list is the same as what
>> debian-installer uses, but it might be... including tasksel's 'standard'
>> task.
> Hi, Green
> Do you know if debian brings some kind of groups pakages like redhat's
> "yum groupinstall"?
Maybe tasksel package, or aptitute "task" section in its first menu.

> Another question, dpkg -l gives me the complete (whole) list of pkages
> installed on my server. I mean main packages and dependencies. How can
> I list only the main installed packages (without dependencies) in
> debian?
More or less like green said,
aptitude -F "%?p" search "?essential"


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