This is my first post. I hope, I won't break any rules from now.
I'd like to ask you what exactly "dpkg -S" does. I've been discovering this powerful tool recently and I realised much can be done with it.
Since "dpkg -L" look up the content of a package so it gives us an idea about where and what has been installed, but "dpkg -S"? According to the man, it should look up a filename and tell us what package it is featured with? Am I right?
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