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Linux: Show all installed Packages

I'm looking for a command line command that allows me to show all installed packages under Linux (Ubuntu, Debian) so that I can see which...

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Linux/Ubuntu: List of files of the current terminal directory

Thanks for the tip on how to navigate through the folders in the Linux terminal. The terminal commands "cd FolderName" to open a folder or "cd .." to...

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Error Message: dpkg-deb: error: control directory has bad permissions 777

I would like to create my own Debian package, but I receive the following error when creating the dpkg package: dpkg-deb: error: control directory...

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Linux: Mount Folder using own Name and Rights (not Root)

I would like to include or mount a folder with my own name and accordingly also with my own rights on Linux. So far, I'm using the following...

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Linux: Program is not executed - Permission denied

I got a Linux application from a colleague. I saved it on my desktop and double-clicked the icon to run it. But it happened - unfortunately -...

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Linux: Program file not found although existing (No such file or directory)

I have downloaded an executable binary file from the Internet and I want to run it on my Linux system (Ubuntu). Unfortunately, I always get the error...

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Guest: That is brilliant. I had cancelled an operation just prior so I was sure the lock was stuck in an inconsistent state and spent ages trying to fix...

Question | Linux Error: Could not open lock file - Permission denied

NetGuy: You can use the apt tool for this. Just enter the following command into the terminal: apt list --installed This will give you a list of every...

Question | Linux: Show all installed Packages

Progger99: It is sufficient to just type "ls" (list) for a simple list or "ll" for an extended list. Of course there are also a lot of parameters for ls...

Question | Linux/Ubuntu: List of files of the current terminal directory

Stefan Trost: To make it work, you need to set the rights of the folder that you have created for your Debian package. The rights must be between 755 and 775...

Question | Error Message: dpkg-deb: error: control directory has bad permissions 777

Stefan Trost: You can pass your own user ID (UID) and group ID (GID) as an option to the mount command. Then you will be the owner of the mounted folder: mount -t...

Question | Linux: Mount Folder using own Name and Rights (not Root)

Stefan Trost: The file must be marked as executable. Otherwise, Linux does not know what to do with the file. For this, you go into the folder in which the...

Question | Linux: Program is not executed - Permission denied

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