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Linux: Show all installed Packages

Question by Guest | 13/09/2019 at 17:36

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 packages I have installed at the moment. Is there a command for that?

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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 installed package.
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