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#26 2015-03-28 16:30:09

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Re: Show your packg number

dpkg -l | grep ^ii | wc -l # count
854

A very basic install. No multimedia stuff in it yet. I have noticed that pulling in accessibility and locales seemed to nearly double my memory useage, however.

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#27 2015-03-28 18:28:27

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Re: Show your packg number

Nili wrote:

We're on the same boat S11, [1181wink

That was - and still is for the moment - on wally-jr (Debian-8).

I did some "autumn" cleaning on Waldorf - started with: 1399 and I'm now down to: 1307.  Not to bad and Waldorf is still running.

Have some doubt about some other stuff want to delete ... new thread.  big_smile


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#28 2015-03-28 18:35:28

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Re: Show your packg number

One digit away from sequential perfection.

1235

Ubu 15.04 minimal with OB.

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#29 2015-03-28 18:48:51

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Re: Show your packg number

I only have 3 OS-partitions on my Thinkpad X1 laptop (Triple-Core) ...

1.  an Original - #!Crunchbang-11 Waldorf  (Debian stable+backports)
Kernel:  3.16.4
DE/WM:  Openbox/Fluxbox

2. HandyLinux (debian-testing)  ** that's the one I use most often
Kernel:  3.19.7
DE:  Xfce-4.12

3.  LMDE with Debian-Sid
Kernel:  3.40.0-1
DE:  Xfce-4.12.1
Kernel:  3.40.0


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#30 2015-03-28 18:49:05

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Re: Show your packg number

schwim wrote:

One digit away from sequential perfection.

1235

Ubu 15.04 minimal with OB.

This may be true but do you really want 12345?


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#31 2015-03-28 19:02:45

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Re: Show your packg number

vrkalak wrote:

I only have 3 OS-partitions on my Thinkpad X1 laptop (Triple-Core) ...

But whats the count for each?

dpkg -l | grep ^ii | wc -l # count

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#32 2015-03-28 19:47:17

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Re: Show your packg number

$ dpkg -l | grep ^ii | wc -l # count
652

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#33 2015-03-28 20:07:40

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Re: Show your packg number

My Debian sid system:

2299

Nothing to see here, move along please...

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#34 2015-03-28 20:31:38

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Re: Show your packg number

You got me wondering....my sid install is fairly old. In fact, it started life some years back as an Ubuntu install. That doesn't affect it's package count, that is huge due to experimentation. It does affect the cruft sitting around in my home directory though. At any rate:

dpkg -l | grep ^ii | wc -l # count
2751

It's on the list of things to-do to bring up a netinstall or my iso and set it to track sid and clean stuff up someday.

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#35 2015-03-28 21:09:03

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Re: Show your packg number

CrunchBang tracking Wheezy:

dpkg -l | grep ^ii | wc -l # count
1209

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#36 2015-03-29 02:04:16

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Re: Show your packg number

empty@Arch ~ % pacman -Q|wc -l 
1587

I really do need to sort this one out...

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#37 2015-03-29 05:43:18

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Re: Show your packg number

rebornmechanics wrote:

679
I'm on my everyday notebook now. Basic openbox setup very similar to what my siduction and #! installs used to be, but on Arch. All  functionality is there.
dwb, qutebrowser and chromium.
Thunderbird and claws as mail clients (still migrating so I can kick thunderbird soon).
Smplayer, VLC, audacious and moc for media.
Inkscape and Gimp.
The entire libre office suite just because.
It even has virtualbox...

That's impressive, given what you've installed.

rebornmechanics wrote:

What do you guys install to get over a thousand packages and more? I feel like I must be missing out on some awesome software.

A fresh install of CrunchBang 11 comes with 1175 packages.  I just checked the package list I generated from a fresh install.

tknomanzr wrote:

You got me wondering....my sid install is fairly old. In fact, it started life some years back as an Ubuntu install.

Impressive;  you've piqued my desire for a rolling release based on a NetInstall or BunsenLabs.  I'm currently running antiX13-2 using the Debian Testing repo.  I want to see what the BunsenLabs distro is like before I wipe antiX from my ASUS AIO.

I'm also considering trying Siduction again.  I've ran into an issue currently under Debian Jessie where libjpeg8 was pulled in January, so I can't run Rainlendar under Debian Jessie.  Wine also doesn't work quite the way it does under Debian Wheezy without the libjpeg8 package for some reason.

tknomanzr wrote:

That doesn't affect it's package count, that is huge due to experimentation. It does affect the cruft sitting around in my home directory though. At any rate:

dpkg -l | grep ^ii | wc -l # count
2751

Wow, that's a lot of packages!  yikes

vrkalak wrote:

3.  LMDE with Debian-Sid
Kernel:  3.40.0-1
DE:  Xfce-4.12.1
Kernel:  3.40.0

Kernel 3.40.0?  Are you sure about that?

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#38 2015-03-29 06:57:15

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Re: Show your packg number

I have made a lot of progress since some month ago.
Currently:  1175

I will try systematically removing some other unwanted/unused things, hoping not breaking any glasses  big_smile

Last edited by Nili (2015-03-29 07:00:09)


# Debian GNU/Linux 8:8.2 (netinst/stable)
# Packages Installed: 541
# Linux debian 3.16.0-4-686-pae #1 SMP Debian 3.16.7-ckt11-1+deb8u4 (2015-09-19) i686 GNU/Linux
# Startup finished in 2.850s (kernel) + 6.473s (userspace) = 9.324s

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#39 2015-03-29 07:56:26

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Re: Show your packg number

Speaking of Sid, is anyone running VSIDO? I had that installed for a hot minute after @corenominal announced The End. Before BunsenLabs and Wally...obviously ]:D It seemed pretty...CrunchBang-y...

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#40 2015-03-29 08:15:25

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Re: Show your packg number

damo wrote:

... krita is a superb digital painting program but it drags in half of kde! I have 3 different sound/video editing apps, a bunch of cli image utilities etc.

Krita looks really impressive and the KDE dependencies sure explain a lot. However for my notebook there's little point in using it as the resolution is only 1280x800.
I'll post the package number of my main PC when I get home. It has openshot, blender and the like.

I also wonder if Debian packages programs differently. Could it be that certain applications are split into multiple packages to allow more granular control?

Just to supply more numbers, here's my Arch VM tracking the testing repos:
488
It has xfce4 installed even with the gtk3 stuff from the most recent version of xfce. Other than that it's pretty naked. Most of the superfluous packages are themes and stuff I just don't want on my actual machine (like flash).

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#41 2015-03-29 08:38:42

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Re: Show your packg number

smacz wrote:

Speaking of Sid, is anyone running VSIDO? I had that installed for a hot minute after @corenominal announced The End. Before BunsenLabs and Wally...obviously ]:D

I played around with it a little a few months ago.  No offense to VastOne, but if I'm going to run Sid/Unstable, I prefer using Siduction.

smacz wrote:

It seemed pretty...CrunchBang-y...

No surprise there since he spent so much time with CrunchBang.  He knows a good thing when he sees it. big_smile


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#42 2015-03-29 09:45:39

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Re: Show your packg number

I haven't researched this yet, but does the package count only include those installed by apt/dpkg? Does stuff which has been manually compiled get included, if eg LD_LIBRARY_PATH is set?

...in which case I may have more I think!


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#43 2015-03-29 13:36:50

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Re: Show your packg number

On Gentoo:

boisei0@irwin ~ $ equery l '*' | wc -l
1124

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#44 2015-03-29 14:07:25

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Re: Show your packg number

damo wrote:

I haven't researched this yet, but does the package count only include those installed by apt/dpkg? Does stuff which has been manually compiled get included, if eg LD_LIBRARY_PATH is set?

The Debian command queries `dpkg` so will include any package installed using APT.

Manually compiled & installed packages will not be included.

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#45 2015-03-29 14:27:24

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Re: Show your packg number

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:
damo wrote:

I haven't researched this yet, but does the package count only include those installed by apt/dpkg? Does stuff which has been manually compiled get included, if eg LD_LIBRARY_PATH is set?

The Debian command queries `dpkg` so will include any package installed using APT.

Manually compiled & installed packages will not be included.

If you mean packages installed with gdebi - that's not true - from my list.

ii  conky-all                             1.9.0-2                            amd64        highly configurable system monitor (all features enabled)
ii  conkyemail                            2.13                               all          Email inbox count script with ssl capabilities, for use in Conky
ii  conkymisc                             1.06                               all          Misc python scripts for use in Conky

conkyemail and conkymisc are two .deb packaged that I installed manually with gdebi


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#46 2015-03-29 14:38:45

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Re: Show your packg number

Sector11 wrote:

conkyemail and conkymisc are two .deb packaged that I installed manually with gdebi

gdebi is a GUI front-end for dpkg with added dependency handling so is part of APT.
wink

EDIT: From my second Arch system:

empty@Archey ~ % pacman -Q|wc -l
647

EDIT again: From my Debian jessie system (started out as a wheezy netinstall):

empty@jessie:~$ dpkg -l|grep ^ii|wc -l
1020

I think that's all my systems; now I just have to find a way to do this in Windows 10...

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#47 2015-03-29 15:48:47

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Re: Show your packg number

647 on Arch, awesome!!!

Wonder what the hell are installed on my system over 1000? lol i am trying hard removing some things but most of them are depends on other packages, so i can hardly remove anything more than what i did. Used to have 1700, current have 1175.


# Debian GNU/Linux 8:8.2 (netinst/stable)
# Packages Installed: 541
# Linux debian 3.16.0-4-686-pae #1 SMP Debian 3.16.7-ckt11-1+deb8u4 (2015-09-19) i686 GNU/Linux
# Startup finished in 2.850s (kernel) + 6.473s (userspace) = 9.324s

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#48 2015-03-29 17:04:12

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Re: Show your packg number

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:
Sector11 wrote:

conkyemail and conkymisc are two .deb packaged that I installed manually with gdebi

gdebi is a GUI front-end for dpkg with added dependency handling so is part of APT.
wink

I stand correctly corrected.  cool


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#49 2015-03-29 20:01:40

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Re: Show your packg number

[woodape@archbox ~]$ pacman -Q | wc -l # count
627

Hmmm. Much less than my Sid machine, makes me wonder if I should convert to Arch with BL on top...

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#50 2015-03-29 20:15:16

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Re: Show your packg number

$ pacman -Q|wc -l
1069

Arch multilib development laptop with two KDE applications: okular and kbibtex. Arch sucks at KDE since the default dependencies seem to be a catch-all: On Debian, I can run all of this without useless crap like upower and udisks. On Arch, you would have to recompile in order to get that kind of granularity.

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