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2.3.6 Record-keeping for upgrades

dpkg keeps a record of the packages that have been unpacked, configured, removed, and/or purged, but does not (currently) keep a log of terminal activity that occurred while a package was being so manipulated.

The simplest way to work around this is to run your dpkg, dselect, apt-get, etc., sessions within the script(1) program.

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