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Same packages on different machines [Solved]

Postby ddeimeke » Thu Sep 15, 2011 6:28

Hi,

I want to have the same set of packages on different machines (being 64bit and 32bit).

With "equo query list installed" I get a list of installed packages. Do I have to do some awk-magic to get the packages installed or can a command do the job?

Thanks for your support.

Dirk
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Re: Same packages on different machines

Postby joost » Thu Sep 15, 2011 6:38

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equo query installed --quiet

with the list you get, you could use the diff command against the packagelist (found on the mirrors) to get the idea.
^^ needs some voodoo because pkglist contains version numbers.

Another thing to try:
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equo query list installed --by-user --quiet
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Re: Same packages on different machines

Postby ddeimeke » Thu Sep 15, 2011 8:18

joost wrote:with the list you get, you could use the diff command against the packagelist (found on the mirrors) to get the idea.
^^ needs some voodoo because pkglist contains version numbers.


Ok, will do the Voodoo.

Thanks for your support.

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