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Package Management

Install a package dpkg -i
Reconfigure an unpacked package dpkg --configure
Remove a package (does not delete configuration files dpkg -r (--remove)
Completely uninstall a package, including config files dpkg -P (--purge)
List information about a currently installed Debian package dpkg -p (--print-avail)
Show installed files for a package dpkg -l (lower L)
List info about packages NOT installed dpkg -I (upper i) (--info)
Find a package associated with a file dpkg -S (--search)
Show packages only partially installed dpkg -C
Disable packages that have dependencies on the package that is being removed dpkg -B
Prevent package being installed if NEWER version Already exists (don't install older) dpkg -G
Do not install if same VERSION package already exists dpkg -E
Ignore dependency checking dpkg --ignore-depends
Prevent changes from being written dpkg -no-act
Unpack package but do not install dpkg --unpack package_file
Reconfigure an already installed package Return initial configuration scripts and allow you to revert to the default configuration dpkg -reconfigure
Created by: johnadream