Provide examples using apt-cache rdepends as suggested by Ozer Sarilar

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<chapt>After installation
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<prgn>oaf</prgn> (the GNOME
activator daemon), <prgn>nessus</prgn> and many others.
<p>To see which packages use tcpwrappers try:
<p>To see which packages use tcpwrappers
<footnote>
<p>On older Debian releases you might need to do this:
<example>
$ apt-cache showpkg libwrap0 | egrep '^[[:space:]]' | sort -u | \
sed 's/,libwrap0$//;s/^[[:space:]]\+//'
</example>
</footnote>
try:
<example>
$ apt-cache rdepends libwrap0
</example>
<p>Take this into account when running <prgn>tcpdchk</prgn>
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<chapt>Before and during the installation
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$ grep-available -s Package,Priority -F Depends perl
</example>
<p>or
<example>
$ apt-cache rdepends perl
</example>
<sect>Read the Debian security mailing lists
<p>It is never wrong to take a look at either the debian-security-announce
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<chapt>Introduction
<p>
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<sect id="changelog">Changelog/History
<sect1>Version 3.10 (November 2006)
<p>Changes by Javier Fernández-Sanguino Peña
<list>
<item>Provide examples using apt-cache's rdepends as suggested by Ozer Sarilar.
</list>
<sect1>Version 3.9 (October 2006)
<p>Changes by Javier Fernández-Sanguino Peña
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