Debian systems have dpkg as their underlying fundamental package management tool. dpkg can be used to install, uninstall, and build packages. One of the important points we need to remember is dpkg cannot download packages and its dependencies. The user has to take care of the dependencies and install them manually. dpkg can install the locally available packages. Let's now see some of the operations that dpkg can perform on an Ubuntu Server machine.
Use the following command to list the software already installed on your server machine:
This command can generate a large output on your command line, depending upon the installed packages in the server machine, as shown in the following screenshot:
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