Removed a file by accident

Stephen S. Disbrow info at disbrows.us
Sat Oct 9 04:29:48 UTC 2010


Hello,
    I used apt-get --reinstall install upstart and it seemed to fix the problem, However I'd still like to know how to find out what package contains what files if there a way.

Thanks,

Steve
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Stephen S. Disbrow 
  To: Ubuntu user technical support,not for general discussions 
  Sent: Friday, October 08, 2010 10:58 PM
  Subject: Removed a file by accident


      Hello,
      I'm running ubuntu 10.04 with the latest updates. I accidentally removed the  /sbin/restart file. Where can I get this file  from?Can I use apt-get or something like that, or do I have to download it from somewhere? I do everything from the command line so that method might be best for me. Also how can I find out what package that file belonged to?

  Thanks for any help,
  Steve



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