Is there a way to determine the date a package was installed or updated? What's the proper syntax for both rpm and dpkg?
With rpm -qV openssh-server I will get a list of files that have changed compared to default. ~$ rpm -qV openssh-server S.?....T. c /etc/ssh/sshd_config ~$ Can dpkg on Ubuntu do the same?
I've been using RPM for a long time - built my own packages and installed Linux with nothing but the RPMs to do it with. However, now that I'm using Ubuntu and Linux Mint regularly, I want to learn ...