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If its under Fedora (yum systems) you can do:

 

yum list installed | more

 

You can also do this with RPM (suse, mandrake, etc) with:

rpm -qa | more

 

To scroll through the "more" lists hit enter or space bar.

 

Not sure about slackware .. but I believe you can search and it will tell you if its installed or not.

swaret --search package

 

For debian systems:

dpkg --list | grep '^ii'

 

That should do it too.

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gentoo : emerge -ae world

 

Gives a listing of all files emerged, some maybe missed because they were installed using -1 (--one-shot) which means they aren't added to the world list. Im not sure how you would find these, but there shouldn't be very many.

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gentoo : emerge -ae world

 

Under gentoo you could list like this:

ls -d /var/db/pkg/*/*

 

I believe that will list all the packages installed.

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