apt-file is a command in the Advanced Packaging Tool family that allows you to find which package includes a specific file.
Additionally apt-file can be used to list all files included in a package without installing or downloading it.
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... Once installed, apt-file needs to have its database created with the command (as root) apt-file update This command attempts to fetch the Contents-.gz ... can be queried for a list of packages that contain a file, with or without the path specified $ apt-file search filename $ apt-file search path/to/filename To list the contents of an uninstalled ...