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Usage: apt-dump-solver

apt-dump-solver is an interface to store an EDSP scenario in
a file and optionally forwards it to another solver.
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Located in cmdline/apt-dump-solver.cc:37
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Waited for %s but it wasn't there
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Located in cmdline/apt-dump-solver.cc:167
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Usage: apt-extracttemplates file1 [file2 ...]

apt-extracttemplates is used to extract config and template files
from debian packages. It is used mainly by debconf(1) to prompt for
configuration questions before installation of packages.
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Located in cmdline/apt-extracttemplates.cc:219
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Cannot get debconf version. Is debconf installed?
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Located in cmdline/apt-extracttemplates.cc:274
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Usage: apt-internal-planner

apt-internal-planner is an interface to use the current internal
installation planner for the APT family like an external one,
for debugging or the like.
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Located in cmdline/apt-internal-planner.cc:46
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Usage: apt-internal-solver

apt-internal-solver is an interface to use the current internal
resolver for the APT family like an external one, for debugging or
the like.
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Located in cmdline/apt-internal-solver.cc:46
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Unknown package record!
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Located in cmdline/apt-sortpkgs.cc:93
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Usage: apt-sortpkgs [options] file1 [file2 ...]

apt-sortpkgs is a simple tool to sort package information files.
By default it sorts by binary package information, but the -s option
can be used to switch to source package ordering instead.
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Located in cmdline/apt-sortpkgs.cc:138
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Package extension list is too long
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Located in ftparchive/apt-ftparchive.cc:208 ftparchive/apt-ftparchive.cc:375
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Error processing directory %s
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Located in ftparchive/apt-ftparchive.cc:210 ftparchive/apt-ftparchive.cc:222 ftparchive/apt-ftparchive.cc:245 ftparchive/apt-ftparchive.cc:294 ftparchive/apt-ftparchive.cc:304 ftparchive/apt-ftparchive.cc:326
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