Argh! User deleted packages from their machine, now sound is broken

PEDRO MACANAS VALVERDE macanas_ped at gva.es
Tue Mar 18 08:52:34 GMT 2008


You could make a list of installed packages for all your machines http://wiki.debian.org/Packaging/Listing_Installed_Packages 
 
Later, is easy to recovery.
 
Regards.
 
P.S.: I would prefer an Ubuntu visual tool for this (i.e. updated Synaptic), but for now you must use command line interface (terminal).
 

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De: ubuntu-users-bounces at lists.ubuntu.com en nombre de Michael S. Peek
Enviado el: lun 17/03/2008 19:34
Para: User Mail List-Ubuntu
Asunto: Argh! User deleted packages from their machine, now sound is broken



Hello Ubuntu gurus,

Long story short, I have a power-user with root access on his own
machine, who has decided to remove some "unnecessary" packages.  Now
sound doesn't work on his machine.  Is there anyone who can tell me how
to find a list of just the packages are related to system sound, so that
I can check, reconfigure, and reinstall any missing packages?

Or, does anyone know an easier way to fix a problem like this?

Michael

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