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So, let's say I run sudo apt-get upgrade on my Lucid Lynx and it upgrades a couple of packages I'm interested in. Is there a command to run that will open some kind of info or manual that tells me what changes were made in this new version of the package?

For instance, if I run the apt-get upgrade command and it installs a new version of empathy. Do I have to go over to their site to review the changes made in this version, or is there a quicker command line way?

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apt-listchanges — Show new changelog entries from Debian package archives.

OR(easier way in my opinion) >
aptitude changelog amarok
aptitude changelog amarok=

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Perfect. Thanks. – Malabarba May 5 '10 at 14:31

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