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pkgusage

pkgusage lists all the packages you have installed on your system, along with a number telling you how many days ago you last accessed any of the files in the package. This could be useful for cleaning out your hard drive. Pkgusage works with RPMs and Debian packages, and is written to be easily portable to other package managers as well.

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  •  28 Jun 2003 23:33

    Release Notes: Age checking is now limited to binaries (if available), which gives much saner results. A lot of refactoring has been done. Several Debian-specific bugs have been fixed, and on Debian, the tool is now orders of magnitude faster.

    •  21 Jan 2002 14:23

      Release Notes: A dpkg dependency resolution problem has been fixed.

      •  06 Aug 2001 21:49

        Release Notes: A file listing bug on Debian systems has been fixed, and lots of unnecessary output has been removed.

        •  11 Feb 2001 21:48

          Release Notes: Support for Debian (.deb) packages.

          •  13 Feb 2000 18:13

            Release Notes: pkgusage ignores all RPM version numbers, which hopefully solves the problems some people had with the previous version.

            Recent comments

            19 Oct 2009 05:04 tbonex

            And it still works !!!!!, still use it a lot

            18 Mar 2002 08:19 tbonex

            pkgusage
            Great Tool, a must have for debian sys admins !!!,

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