On 09/25/2018 06:17 AM, Brian wrote:
odd but that grep doesn't produce anything on my laptop. the file is a
single UTF8 file...
On Tue 25 Sep 2018 at 12:08:54 +0200, Thomas Schmitt wrote:
mick crane wrote:
have a look in /usr/bin ?
Not to forget /bin, /sbin, /usr/sbin :
/bin is specified to hold "essential" programs.
/sbin is its add-on for system administrators.
/usr/bin + /usr/sbin together hold nearly 4000 files on my system.
Thakur Mahashaya wrote:
no trick to be honest
But are you aware that "standard utility" can be the start of a nice
dispute among the regulars of a computer users' mailing list ?
(Let's see what happens. No real persons or animals will be hurt.)
There can be no dispute over the meaning of "standard system
utilities". These are the ones which have a "Priority: standard"
field in the package description.
On my stretch:
grep -B 1 "Priority: standard" /var/lib/dpkg/available