Is there a list of bullseye default packages?

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Is there a list of bullseye default packages?

Postby Llewen » 2019-11-27 14:51

I'm experiencing an issue with my system locking up almost every time it suspends. I updated from buster to bullseye a while back. I'm wondering if I have some less than optimal packages installed for things like power management, or drivers. Is there a list of the packages that are installed by default that I can look at to see if I have a package, or packages, installed that are less than optimal for whatever reason? Suspend has always been a bit flaky for me, but under buster it did used to work most of the time.
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Re: Is there a list of bullseye default packages?

Postby shep » 2019-11-27 15:26

Until Bullseys is frozen, the package list is a moving target.
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Re: Is there a list of bullseye default packages?

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2019-11-28 16:52

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aptitude search ~prequired ~pimportant ~pstandard

See section 7.7 of the Debian FAQ for an explanation of the three categories: https://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/debi ... cs.en.html

EDIT: for power management & stuff like that you want the laptop task.
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