//PHPパッケージを検索 $ sudo aptitude search php
//PHPパッケージの情報を表示 $ aptitude show cakephp Package: cakephp State: installed Automatically installed: no Version: 1.3.15-1 Priority: optional Section: universe/web Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <email@example.com> Architecture: all Uncompressed Size: 7,018 k Depends: php5 Recommends: cakephp-scripts Suggests: cakephp-instaweb, php5-mysql Conflicts: cakephp1.2 Replaces: cakephp1.2 Description: MVC rapid application development framework for PHP CakePHP is a flexible model-view-controller rapid application development framework for PHP inspired by Ruby on Rails. CakePHP makes developing applications swiftly and with the least amount of hassle: * compatibility with PHP4 and PHP5 * integrated CRUD for database interaction and simplified queries including scaffolding * request dispatcher with good looking, custom URLs * fast and flexible templating (PHP syntax, with helpers) * useful core features (access control lists, AJAX integration, etc.) * works from any website subdirectory Homepage: http://www.cakephp.org/
$ aptitude help install - Install/upgrade packages. remove - Remove packages. purge - Remove packages and their configuration files. hold - Place packages on hold. unhold - Cancel a hold command for a package. markauto - Mark packages as having been automatically installed. unmarkauto - Mark packages as having been manually installed. forbid-version - Forbid aptitude from upgrading to a specific package version. update - Download lists of new/upgradable packages. safe-upgrade - Perform a safe upgrade. full-upgrade - Perform an upgrade, possibly installing and removing packages. build-dep - Install the build-dependencies of packages. forget-new - Forget what packages are "new". search - Search for a package by name and/or expression. show - Display detailed information about a package. versions - Displays the versions of specified packages. clean - Erase downloaded package files. autoclean - Erase old downloaded package files. changelog - View a package's changelog. download - Download the .deb file for a package. reinstall - Download and (possibly) reinstall a currently installed package. why - Show the manually installed packages that require a package, or why one or more packages would require the given package. why-not - Show the manually installed packages that lead to a conflict with the given package, or why one or more packages would lead to a conflict with the given package if installed.