dwww-quickfind - find quickly which package a program belongs to.
dwww-quickfind --build [dbfile]
dwww-quickfind argument [dbfile]
dwww-quickfind is part of the dwww package, which provides access to on-line documentation on a Debian system via WWW.
dwww-quickfind searches for a package or program named in argument using the database file dbfile. The output consists of names of packages installed in the system, which contain given program, or which name is same as given in argument Each package name is printed in a separate line. Each package name can be optionally followed by a colon and a space-separated list of names of related packages (i.e. built from the same source package).
If used with --build, dwww-quickfind builds programs database and stores it in the dbfile, basing on data passed on standard input. This is used internally by dwww-refresh-cache(8).
1. `id' is a part of `coreutils' package
$ /usr/sbin/dwww-quickfind id
2. `apt-get' can be found in `apt' package, and there are a few other packages built from the same source:
$ /usr/sbin/dwww-quickfind apt-get
apt: apt-transport-https apt-utils libapt-pkg6.0
- Default file used as the database file.
See dwww(7) for copyrights and stuff.
|December 21th, 2020||dwww 1.14|