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Raspberry Pi – Check what packages are installed

December 16, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

To see what packages are intsalled on your Raspberry Pi run the following command

dpkg -l

This command will display a list of packages that installed on your Raspberry Ri or run the following command to search for a package on your Raspberry Pi

apt-cache search (Package)

For example

apt-cache search mysql

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