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Which pair of dpkg options are equivalent and what do they do?



A. -C and --configure; they reconfigure an unpackaged package.
B. -C and --clear-avail; they erase existing information about what packages are available.
C. -A and --audit; they update information about what packages are available.
D. -C and --audit; they provide resource consumption information on installed packages.
E. -C and --audit; they search for partially installed packages.

This question is part of Linux Commands Multiple Choice 2
Asked by Mariiikar, Last updated: Oct 10, 2018

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Answered on Oct 12, 2017

-C and --audit; they search for partially installed packages.
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