This lists packages added after Ubuntu was installed.
When I upgrade from one version of Ubuntu to another, I do a fresh install. I have a procedure on my personal wiki with all of the steps to move in. Part of that is restoring data from backup, Part is restoring or recreating configuration files.
Debian’s aptitude command is, according to their documentation, the preferred program for package management. I use Ubuntu for my work machine and servers and have found aptitude to be easy to understand and use, as well as reliable.
see also: Aptitude vs Apt-get Comparison
Unlike apt-get, aptitude offers a full-screen (or full-window more likely) [...]
see also: Interactive, Full Screen Aptitude
One of the many attractive features of Ubuntu and Debian Linux is the package management system. Coming from other operating systems and other distributions makes the discovery of the Advanced Packaging Tool, APT, a source of pleasure and delight. Here is a system that solves dependency hell, makes [...]