Andrei Popescu wrote: > You don't even need the > > 'dpkg -l' is fine as well, if used properly ;) > > $ dpkg -l tofrodos > No packages found matching tofrodos. However that doesn't handle packages that had been installed but are now removed but not purged leaving configuration files behind. To find packages installed and then removed but not purged: grep-status -F Status 'deinstall ok config-files' -ns Package Pick any of the ones there on the list for your machine (if any) and then run dpkg -l against it. $ dpkg -l network-manager rc network-manager 0.8.1-3 network management framework daemon $ echo $? 0 Bob P.S. grep-status is provided in the dctrl-tools package.
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