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`which` in which package
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  1. #1

    `which` in which package

    Which package does the command `which` come in? by any chance ?

  2. #2

    Re:`which` in which package


  3. #3

    Re:`which` in which package

    Debian packages can be searched at http://packages.debian.org/

    In this case, it seems /usr/bin/which can be found in the "debianutils" package.

  4. #4

    Re:`which` in which package

    Thanks guys! I really appreciate it. I was looking for the source, actually. Once again! Thanks and karma++ to all in this thread!

  5. #5

    Re:`which` in which package

    I know it may be a little late for this, but to any future readers who happen to google this page, the source of a debian package can be obtained by typing "apt-get source packagename" (this assumes that packagename is provided by a deb-src repository that is listed in your /etc/apt/sources.list file).

    I don't know why but I keep thinking you're using Debian

  6. #6

    Re:`which` in which package

    [quote author=Tyr_7BE link=board=2;threadid=10102;start=0#msg91683 date=1104977266]
    I know it may be a little late for this, but to any future readers who happen to google this page, the source of a debian package can be obtained by typing "apt-get source packagename" (this assumes that packagename is provided by a deb-src repository that is listed in your /etc/apt/sources.list file).

    I don't know why but I keep thinking you're using Debian
    [/quote]

    Thanks Tyr! I really appreciate it.

    I wish I could use debian. But XFree86 couldn't work with my card, more like, it didn't start X. So I was like, when something works for me, why trouble myself. So next time, when I try debian, I'll get it working hopefully. ubuntu was fine actually.

  7. #7

    Re:`which` in which package

    Couldn't you install debian, and then install xorg?
    And you know that "when something works for me" bit is bull :P

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