apt virtual environment
apt-venv creates a sort of virtual environment in the user home directory, forcing apt to run under some custom option.
A simple use case is collect information about packages in different Debian and Ubuntu releases without surfing the web, just calling apt-cache through the virtual environment.
Debian: Leo Iannacone <firstname.lastname@example.org>
23 August 2014
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