Originally Posted by knudfl
The command :
list -tl /var/lib/dpkg/info | grep list > last-packages.txt
.. will save a text list with package names and the install time.
With the latest installed packages at the top of the list.
knudfl, when I use the above command in Ubuntu 10.04, I get:
~$ list -tl /var/lib/dpkg/info | grep list > last-packages.txt
No command 'list' found, did you mean:
Command 'dist' from package 'nmh' (universe)
Command 'slist' from package 'ncpfs' (universe)
Command 'klist' from package 'heimdal-clients' (universe)
Command 'klist' from package 'krb5-user' (main)
Command 'listg' from package 'nauty' (multiverse)
Command 'hist' from package 'loki' (universe)
Command 'flist' from package 'nmh' (universe)
Command 'last' from package 'sysvinit-utils' (main)
Command 'gist' from package 'yorick' (universe)
Command 'bist' from package 'bist' (universe)
list: command not found
Am I doing something incorrectly?