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Zypper: list packages installed from a repository?

Tom Hardy
So far I've got "zypper se -is .* | grep <repository>", e.g.:

zypper se -is .* | grep Hardware
i+ | android-tools                              | package     | 5.1.1_r8-31.28                      
| x86_64 | Hardware-Tumbleweed        
i+ | heimdall                                   | package     | 1.4.2-1.5                            
| x86_64 | Hardware-Tumbleweed        
i+ | heimdall-frontend                          | package     | 1.4.2-1.5                            
| x86_64 | Hardware-Tumbleweed        

It works well if the repository name is unique to the whole list; helpful even
if it's not.  But I'm wondering if I'm missing a way for zypper to do it
directly.

List all sources of a package: "zypper se -s <package> | grep ^[iv]"

Same caveat, but it often won't be a clean list.

Are there any other zypper tricks I should know?

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Re: Zypper: list packages installed from a repository?

Konstantin Voinov
zypper lr
zypper se -i -r <number of repo>

On 2017-12-05 12:39, Tom Hardy wrote:

> So far I've got "zypper se -is .* | grep <repository>", e.g.:
>
> zypper se -is .* | grep Hardware
> i+ | android-tools                              | package     |
> 5.1.1_r8-31.28
> | x86_64 | Hardware-Tumbleweed
> i+ | heimdall                                   | package     |
> 1.4.2-1.5
> | x86_64 | Hardware-Tumbleweed
> i+ | heimdall-frontend                          | package     |
> 1.4.2-1.5
> | x86_64 | Hardware-Tumbleweed
>
> It works well if the repository name is unique to the whole list;
> helpful even
> if it's not.  But I'm wondering if I'm missing a way for zypper to do
> it
> directly.
>
> List all sources of a package: "zypper se -s <package> | grep ^[iv]"
>
> Same caveat, but it often won't be a clean list.
>
> Are there any other zypper tricks I should know?
>
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Re: Zypper: list packages installed from a repository?

Felix Miata-3
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Tom Hardy composed on 2017-12-04 20:39 (UTC-0600):

> So far I've got "zypper se -is .* | grep <repository>", e.g.:

> zypper se -is .* | grep Hardware
> i+ | android-tools                              | package     | 5.1.1_r8-31.28                      
> | x86_64 | Hardware-Tumbleweed        
> i+ | heimdall                                   | package     | 1.4.2-1.5                            
> | x86_64 | Hardware-Tumbleweed        
> i+ | heimdall-frontend                          | package     | 1.4.2-1.5                            
> | x86_64 | Hardware-Tumbleweed        

> It works well if the repository name is unique to the whole list; helpful even
> if it's not.  But I'm wondering if I'm missing a way for zypper to do it
> directly.

> List all sources of a package: "zypper se -s <package> | grep ^[iv]"

> Same caveat, but it often won't be a clean list.

# zypper --no-refresh se -s -i KDE3
Loading repository data...
Reading installed packages...

S  | Name                     | Type    | Version             | Arch   | Repository
---+--------------------------+---------+---------------------+--------+-----------
i+ | kde3-cpuinfo             | package | 0.5.2-5.60          | x86_64 | KDE3
i+ | kde3-digikam             | package | 0.9.6-51.2          | x86_64 | KDE3
i+ | kde3-digikam-lang        | package | 0.9.6-51.2          | noarch | KDE3
i+ | kde3-gtk-qt-engine       | package | 0.8svn20071009-52.1 | x86_64 | KDE3
i+ | kde3-gwenview            | package | 1.4.2-149.50        | x86_64 | KDE3
i+ | kde3-gwenview-lang       | package | 1.4.2-149.50        | noarch | KDE3
i+ | kde3-k3b                 | package | 1.0.5-67.51         | x86_64 | KDE3
i+ | kde3-k3b-lang            | package | 1.0.5-67.51         | noarch | KDE3
i+ | kde3-kio_iso             | package | 1.90.0-17.59        | x86_64 | KDE3
i+ | kde3-kipi-plugins        | package | 0.1.6-40.2          | x86_64 | KDE3
i+ | kde3-kipi-plugins-lang   | package | 0.1.6-40.2          | noarch | KDE3
i  | kde3-koffice             | package | 1.6.3-324.1         | x86_64 | KDE3
i  | kde3-koffice-database    | package | 1.6.3-324.1         | x86_64 | KDE3
i+ | kde3-koffice-spreadsheet | package | 1.6.3-324.1         | x86_64 | KDE3
i+ | kde3-oxygen-icon-theme   | package | 4.0-1.1             | noarch | KDE3

# zypper --no-refresh se -s -r Libdvdcss
Building repository 'Libdvdcss' cache ...........................................................................[done]
Loading repository data...
Reading installed packages...

S  | Name                  | Type       | Version   | Arch   | Repository
---+-----------------------+------------+-----------+--------+-----------
   | libdvdcss             | srcpackage | 1.4.0-1.1 | noarch | Libdvdcss
   | libdvdcss-debugsource | package    | 1.4.0-1.1 | x86_64 | Libdvdcss
   | libdvdcss-devel       | package    | 1.4.0-1.1 | x86_64 | Libdvdcss
i+ | libdvdcss2            | package    | 1.4.0-1.1 | x86_64 | Libdvdcss
   | libdvdcss2-debuginfo  | package    | 1.4.0-1.1 | x86_64 | Libdvdcss

> Are there any other zypper tricks I should know?

I put scripts for my most used combinations in /usr/local/bin, e.g.

zypsei (installed)
zypseo (System Packages)
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Aw: Re: [opensuse-factory] Zypper: list packages installed from a repository?

Axel Braun-2
 
> I put scripts for my most used combinations in /usr/local/bin, e.g.
>
> zypsei (installed)
> zypseo (System Packages)

...or use alias:
alias zapper="zypper -no-allow-vendor-change -l"
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Re: Zypper: list packages installed from a repository?

Felix Miata-3
Axel Braun composed on 2017-12-05 09:55 (UTC+0100):

>> I put scripts for my most used combinations in /usr/local/bin, e.g.

>> zypsei (installed)
>> zypseo (System Packages)

> ...or use alias:
> alias zapper="zypper -no-allow-vendor-change -l"

That was my original idea years ago, but scripting I got to work as intended for
all my common combinations, e.g.:

#!/bin/sh
# zypse
zypper --no-refresh se -s $*  | egrep -v 'debug|devel|srcp|openSUSE-20' | egrep 'x86|noarch'| sort
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Re: Zypper: list packages installed from a repository?

Carlos E. R.-2
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On Monday, 2017-12-04 at 22:31 -0500, Felix Miata wrote:

> Tom Hardy composed on 2017-12-04 20:39 (UTC-0600):
>
>> So far I've got "zypper se -is .* | grep <repository>", e.g.:
>
>> zypper se -is .* | grep Hardware
>> i+ | android-tools                              | package     | 5.1.1_r8-31.28
>> | x86_64 | Hardware-Tumbleweed
>> i+ | heimdall                                   | package     | 1.4.2-1.5
>> | x86_64 | Hardware-Tumbleweed
>> i+ | heimdall-frontend                          | package     | 1.4.2-1.5
>> | x86_64 | Hardware-Tumbleweed
>
>> It works well if the repository name is unique to the whole list; helpful even
>> if it's not.  But I'm wondering if I'm missing a way for zypper to do it
>> directly.
>
>> List all sources of a package: "zypper se -s <package> | grep ^[iv]"
>
>> Same caveat, but it often won't be a clean list.
>
> # zypper --no-refresh se -s -i KDE3
> Loading repository data...
> Reading installed packages...
>
> S  | Name                     | Type    | Version             | Arch   | Repository
> ---+--------------------------+---------+---------------------+--------+-----------
> i+ | kde3-cpuinfo             | package | 0.5.2-5.60          | x86_64 | KDE3
> i+ | kde3-digikam             | package | 0.9.6-51.2          | x86_64 | KDE3
> i+ | kde3-digikam-lang        | package | 0.9.6-51.2          | noarch | KDE3
> i+ | kde3-gtk-qt-engine       | package | 0.8svn20071009-52.1 | x86_64 | KDE3
> i+ | kde3-gwenview            | package | 1.4.2-149.50        | x86_64 | KDE3
> i+ | kde3-gwenview-lang       | package | 1.4.2-149.50        | noarch | KDE3
> i+ | kde3-k3b                 | package | 1.0.5-67.51         | x86_64 | KDE3
> i+ | kde3-k3b-lang            | package | 1.0.5-67.51         | noarch | KDE3
> i+ | kde3-kio_iso             | package | 1.90.0-17.59        | x86_64 | KDE3
> i+ | kde3-kipi-plugins        | package | 0.1.6-40.2          | x86_64 | KDE3
> i+ | kde3-kipi-plugins-lang   | package | 0.1.6-40.2          | noarch | KDE3
> i  | kde3-koffice             | package | 1.6.3-324.1         | x86_64 | KDE3
> i  | kde3-koffice-database    | package | 1.6.3-324.1         | x86_64 | KDE3
> i+ | kde3-koffice-spreadsheet | package | 1.6.3-324.1         | x86_64 | KDE3
> i+ | kde3-oxygen-icon-theme   | package | 4.0-1.1             | noarch | KDE3

Interesting. I see possible to edit the list a bit and import in
LibreOffice calc.

Would it be possible to generate the package list (with version,
repository, etc) but separated with commas, no spaces?


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Re: Zypper: list packages installed from a repository?

Manfred Hollstein
On Tue, 05 Dec 2017, 12:32:41 +0100, Carlos E. R. wrote:

> On Monday, 2017-12-04 at 22:31 -0500, Felix Miata wrote:
> > [...]
> > # zypper --no-refresh se -s -i KDE3
> > Loading repository data...
> > Reading installed packages...
> >
> > S  | Name                     | Type    | Version             | Arch   | Repository
> > ---+--------------------------+---------+---------------------+--------+-----------
> > i+ | kde3-cpuinfo             | package | 0.5.2-5.60          | x86_64 | KDE3
> > i+ | kde3-digikam             | package | 0.9.6-51.2          | x86_64 | KDE3
> > i+ | kde3-digikam-lang        | package | 0.9.6-51.2          | noarch | KDE3
> > i+ | kde3-gtk-qt-engine       | package | 0.8svn20071009-52.1 | x86_64 | KDE3
> > i+ | kde3-gwenview            | package | 1.4.2-149.50        | x86_64 | KDE3
> > i+ | kde3-gwenview-lang       | package | 1.4.2-149.50        | noarch | KDE3
> > i+ | kde3-k3b                 | package | 1.0.5-67.51         | x86_64 | KDE3
> > i+ | kde3-k3b-lang            | package | 1.0.5-67.51         | noarch | KDE3
> > i+ | kde3-kio_iso             | package | 1.90.0-17.59        | x86_64 | KDE3
> > i+ | kde3-kipi-plugins        | package | 0.1.6-40.2          | x86_64 | KDE3
> > i+ | kde3-kipi-plugins-lang   | package | 0.1.6-40.2          | noarch | KDE3
> > i  | kde3-koffice             | package | 1.6.3-324.1         | x86_64 | KDE3
> > i  | kde3-koffice-database    | package | 1.6.3-324.1         | x86_64 | KDE3
> > i+ | kde3-koffice-spreadsheet | package | 1.6.3-324.1         | x86_64 | KDE3
> > i+ | kde3-oxygen-icon-theme   | package | 4.0-1.1             | noarch | KDE3
>
> Interesting. I see possible to edit the list a bit and import in
> LibreOffice calc.
>
> Would it be possible to generate the package list (with version,
> repository, etc) but separated with commas, no spaces?
ever heard about "sed" or "awk"? You define the wanted layout and use
said tools to assemble this output to your wanted layout.

> Cheers,
>         Carlos E. R.

Cheers.

l8er
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Re: Zypper: list packages installed from a repository?

Werner Flamme
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Carlos E. R. [05.12.2017 12:32]:

>
>> # zypper --no-refresh se -s -i KDE3
>> Loading repository data...
>> Reading installed packages...
>
>> S  | Name                     | Type    | Version             | Arch   | Repository
>> ---+--------------------------+---------+---------------------+--------+-----------
>> i+ | kde3-cpuinfo             | package | 0.5.2-5.60          | x86_64 | KDE3
>> i+ | kde3-digikam             | package | 0.9.6-51.2          | x86_64 | KDE3
>> i+ | kde3-digikam-lang        | package | 0.9.6-51.2          | noarch | KDE3
>> i+ | kde3-gtk-qt-engine       | package | 0.8svn20071009-52.1 | x86_64 | KDE3
>> i+ | kde3-gwenview            | package | 1.4.2-149.50        | x86_64 | KDE3
>> i+ | kde3-gwenview-lang       | package | 1.4.2-149.50        | noarch | KDE3
>> i+ | kde3-k3b                 | package | 1.0.5-67.51         | x86_64 | KDE3
>> i+ | kde3-k3b-lang            | package | 1.0.5-67.51         | noarch | KDE3
>> i+ | kde3-kio_iso             | package | 1.90.0-17.59        | x86_64 | KDE3
>> i+ | kde3-kipi-plugins        | package | 0.1.6-40.2          | x86_64 | KDE3
>> i+ | kde3-kipi-plugins-lang   | package | 0.1.6-40.2          | noarch | KDE3
>> i  | kde3-koffice             | package | 1.6.3-324.1         | x86_64 | KDE3
>> i  | kde3-koffice-database    | package | 1.6.3-324.1         | x86_64 | KDE3
>> i+ | kde3-koffice-spreadsheet | package | 1.6.3-324.1         | x86_64 | KDE3
>> i+ | kde3-oxygen-icon-theme   | package | 4.0-1.1             | noarch | KDE3
>
> Interesting. I see possible to edit the list a bit and import in
> LibreOffice calc.
>
> Would it be possible to generate the package list (with version,
> repository, etc) but separated with commas, no spaces?
Maybe some of the global options -x (--xmlout) or -t (--terse) can help
you? The "terse" option is described as "Terse output for machine
consumption.". Well, for my eyes there is no difference using --terse
and not using it.

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Re: Zypper: list packages installed from a repository?

Knurpht-openSUSE
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Op dinsdag 5 december 2017 12:32:41 CET schreef Carlos E. R.:

> On Monday, 2017-12-04 at 22:31 -0500, Felix Miata wrote:
> > Tom Hardy composed on 2017-12-04 20:39 (UTC-0600):
> >> So far I've got "zypper se -is .* | grep <repository>", e.g.:
> >>
> >> zypper se -is .* | grep Hardware
> >> i+ | android-tools                              | package     |
> >> 5.1.1_r8-31.28>>
> >> | x86_64 | Hardware-Tumbleweed
> >>
> >> i+ | heimdall                                   | package     | 1.4.2-1.5
> >>
> >> | x86_64 | Hardware-Tumbleweed
> >>
> >> i+ | heimdall-frontend                          | package     | 1.4.2-1.5
> >>
> >> | x86_64 | Hardware-Tumbleweed
> >>
> >> It works well if the repository name is unique to the whole list; helpful
> >> even if it's not.  But I'm wondering if I'm missing a way for zypper to
> >> do it directly.
> >>
> >> List all sources of a package: "zypper se -s <package> | grep ^[iv]"
> >>
> >> Same caveat, but it often won't be a clean list.
> >
> > # zypper --no-refresh se -s -i KDE3
> > Loading repository data...
> > Reading installed packages...
> >
> > S  | Name                     | Type    | Version             | Arch   |
> > Repository
> > ---+--------------------------+---------+---------------------+--------+-
> > ---------- i+ | kde3-cpuinfo             | package | 0.5.2-5.60          |
> > x86_64 | KDE3 i+ | kde3-digikam             | package | 0.9.6-51.2      
> >   | x86_64 | KDE3 i+ | kde3-digikam-lang        | package | 0.9.6-51.2  
> >       | noarch | KDE3 i+ | kde3-gtk-qt-engine       | package |
> > 0.8svn20071009-52.1 | x86_64 | KDE3 i+ | kde3-gwenview            |
> > package | 1.4.2-149.50        | x86_64 | KDE3 i+ | kde3-gwenview-lang    
> >   | package | 1.4.2-149.50        | noarch | KDE3 i+ | kde3-k3b          
> >       | package | 1.0.5-67.51         | x86_64 | KDE3 i+ | kde3-k3b-lang
> >           | package | 1.0.5-67.51         | noarch | KDE3 i+ |
> > kde3-kio_iso             | package | 1.90.0-17.59        | x86_64 | KDE3
> > i+ | kde3-kipi-plugins        | package | 0.1.6-40.2          | x86_64 |
> > KDE3 i+ | kde3-kipi-plugins-lang   | package | 0.1.6-40.2          |
> > noarch | KDE3 i  | kde3-koffice             | package | 1.6.3-324.1      
> >   | x86_64 | KDE3 i  | kde3-koffice-database    | package | 1.6.3-324.1  
> >       | x86_64 | KDE3 i+ | kde3-koffice-spreadsheet | package |
> > 1.6.3-324.1         | x86_64 | KDE3 i+ | kde3-oxygen-icon-theme   |
> > package | 4.0-1.1             | noarch | KDE3
> Interesting. I see possible to edit the list a bit and import in
> LibreOffice calc.
>
> Would it be possible to generate the package list (with version,
> repository, etc) but separated with commas, no spaces?
>
>
> --
> Cheers,
>         Carlos E. R.
>         (from openSUSE 42.2 x86_64 "Malachite" at Telcontar)
Next to the other options mentioned, why not use the pipe char as the  field
separator in Calc?

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Re: Zypper: list packages installed from a repository?

Carlos E. R.-2
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On Tuesday, 2017-12-05 at 14:15 +0100, Knurpht - Gertjan Lettink wrote:
> Op dinsdag 5 december 2017 12:32:41 CET schreef Carlos E. R.:
>> On Monday, 2017-12-04 at 22:31 -0500, Felix Miata wrote:

>>> # zypper --no-refresh se -s -i KDE3
>>> Loading repository data...
>>> Reading installed packages...

...

>> Interesting. I see possible to edit the list a bit and import in
>> LibreOffice calc.
>>
>> Would it be possible to generate the package list (with version,
>> repository, etc) but separated with commas, no spaces?
>>
> Next to the other options mentioned, why not use the pipe char as the  field
> separator in Calc?

Yes, that's what I do, certainly. But there are spaces.

The --terse global option, as Werner Flamme says, doesn't help:


cer@Telcontar:~> zypper --no-refresh se -s -i KDE3
Loading repository data...
Reading installed packages...

S  | Name              | Type    | Version     | Arch   | Repository
- ---+-------------------+---------+-------------+--------+--------------
i+ | kde3-i18n-es      | package | 3.5.10-66.3 | noarch | OBS: KDE:KDE3
i+ | kde3-i18n-es-base | package | 3.5.10-66.3 | noarch | OBS: KDE:KDE3
cer@Telcontar:~>

cer@Telcontar:~> zypper --terse --no-refresh se -s -i KDE3
Loading repository data...
Reading installed packages...

S  | Name              | Type    | Version     | Arch   | Repository
- ---+-------------------+---------+-------------+--------+--------------
i+ | kde3-i18n-es      | package | 3.5.10-66.3 | noarch | OBS: KDE:KDE3
i+ | kde3-i18n-es-base | package | 3.5.10-66.3 | noarch | OBS: KDE:KDE3
cer@Telcontar:~>


The "--xmlout" does change the output, but it is not for me, I think:

cer@Telcontar:~> zypper --xmlout --no-refresh se -s -i KDE3
<?xml version='1.0'?>
<stream>
<message type="info">Loading repository data...</message>
<message type="info">Reading installed packages...</message>

<search-result version="0.0">
<solvable-list>
<solvable status="installed" name="kde3-i18n-es" kind="package" edition="3.5.10-66.3" arch="noarch" repository="OBS: KDE:KDE3"/>
<solvable status="installed" name="kde3-i18n-es-base" kind="package" edition="3.5.10-66.3" arch="noarch" repository="OBS: KDE:KDE3"/>
</solvable-list>
</search-result>
</stream>
cer@Telcontar:~>


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Re: Zypper: list packages installed from a repository?

Juergen Gross-2
On 05/12/17 15:04, Carlos E. R. wrote:

>
>
> On Tuesday, 2017-12-05 at 14:15 +0100, Knurpht - Gertjan Lettink wrote:
>> Op dinsdag 5 december 2017 12:32:41 CET schreef Carlos E. R.:
>>> On Monday, 2017-12-04 at 22:31 -0500, Felix Miata wrote:
>
>>>> # zypper --no-refresh se -s -i KDE3
>>>> Loading repository data...
>>>> Reading installed packages...
>
> ...
>
>>> Interesting. I see possible to edit the list a bit and import in
>>> LibreOffice calc.
>>>
>>> Would it be possible to generate the package list (with version,
>>> repository, etc) but separated with commas, no spaces?

The needed sed pattern is quite simple:

zypper --no-refresh se -s -i KDE3 | sed 's/ *| */,/g'


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Re: Zypper: list packages installed from a repository?

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On Tuesday, 2017-12-05 at 15:20 +0100, Juergen Gross wrote:
> On 05/12/17 15:04, Carlos E. R. wrote:


>>>>> # zypper --no-refresh se -s -i KDE3
>>>>> Loading repository data...
>>>>> Reading installed packages...
>>
>> ...
>>
>>>> Interesting. I see possible to edit the list a bit and import in
>>>> LibreOffice calc.
>>>>
>>>> Would it be possible to generate the package list (with version,
>>>> repository, etc) but separated with commas, no spaces?
>
> The needed sed pattern is quite simple:
>
> zypper --no-refresh se -s -i KDE3 | sed 's/ *| */,/g'

Wow, thanks! I'm not fluent with sed.

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Re: Zypper: list packages installed from a repository?

Tom Hardy
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Thanks to all.  I had somehow overthought the "sources of a package" option,
convinced myself the -r option would never work for anything.

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