pull from the autoremove.
Amedee Van Gasse (ubuntu)
amedee-ubuntu at amedee.be
Mon Apr 13 23:56:59 UTC 2009
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>> You could also install debfoster.
>> >From Debian Package Of The Day:
>> "Debfoster exists to tell you which packages are installed on your machine
>> merely as dependencies for other packages. It then gives you the option of
>> removing the package and its dependencies. It also remembers your previous
>> responses so that it does not ask you about the same packages each time."
>> HTH, HAND.
> Another nice one is deborphan
> sudo apt-get install deborphan
> When using debfoster and deborphan, one needs to be a little
> knowledgeable, else one can create havoc at times ;)
I have used both in the past, and I find debfoster better suited for
this particular case. That's why I didn't bother to mention deborphan.
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