On Sun, Nov 11, 2018 at 06:25:20AM -0000, Anatoli Babenia wrote:
Where can I see the list of packages installed by default in Fedora?
The key word is "comps". There is a separate database which stores
this information and is used by (some) installer software:
I am writing a script for automation, which uses REST API + JSON,
and I wonder if jq is installed by default to use in bash scripts?
It not, then why and what is the process to get it there. The
rationale is that nowadays most services on the net operate through
API and shipping OS with those instruments included will enable less
friction when developing these.
It seems like it is not. Why not install jq if you need it? I'm not
very clear on the problem, or what you're trying to do. Is this
question related to Ansible?
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