[Cialug] Debian ?
gray at cs.uni.edu
Mon Jun 13 17:00:32 CDT 2005
On Mon, Jun 13, 2005 at 04:30:13PM -0500, Mark Hesseltine wrote:
> dpkg --get-selections | cut -f 1 > installed_packages
> This would create a file of all the packages installed. You could edit
> this file to remove the packages you don't want to remove (i.e.
> firefox, X, etc.) Save the file as remove_packages
> You could then do an:
> apt-get remove --purge `cat remove_packages`
If you're doing the --get-selections approach, then why not just dump the
dpkg --get-selections > packages
EDIT the packages file, changing the packages that you don't want from
"install" to "deinstall"
Then, reverse the process:
dpkg --set-selectsion < packages
apt-get dselect upgrade.
Same approach with a different twist is all.
Paul Gray -o)
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