Firstly, I did a google search and find out on a quite similar question on Ask Ubuntu forum. By the time I am writing this blog post, there are already 12 answers. But to be frank, none of them appeals me. I didn’t wont complicated and sophisticated operations and I certainly don't wont to install an app just to find out if I can install a certain app. It already sounds crazy.
No, I just want something quick, simple and clean. And a terminal command line is the answer. I have found it thanks to a fellow chatter from the Ubuntu & Linux chat.
So, here it is:
Open Terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) and write the following line exactelly as it is:
And then press Enter
The needed result appears instantly.
Here is it how it looks in my Terminal window.
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