In the past, I have had to use Centos systems a lot at work and there was something I really liked from rpm, it is “yum provides” that tells you which package you need to install based on the command you need.
I always struggle to do that in Debian. I hope I remember it for the next time. Based on this link:
# aptitude install apt-file # apt-file update # apt-file search snmpwalk libnet-snmp-perl: /usr/share/doc/libnet-snmp-perl/examples/snmpwalk.pl libsnmp-session-perl: /usr/share/doc/libsnmp-session-perl/examples/snmpwalkh.pl python3-pysnmp4-apps: /usr/bin/pysnmpwalk python3-pysnmp4-apps: /usr/share/man/man1/pysnmpwalk.1.gz snmp: /usr/bin/snmpwalk <=== THIS IS WHAT I WANT !!!! snmp: /usr/share/man/man1/snmpwalk.1.gz snmpsim: /usr/share/doc/snmpsim/examples/data/foreignformats/linux.snmpwalk.gz snmpsim: /usr/share/doc/snmpsim/examples/data/foreignformats/winxp1.snmpwalk.gz # aptitude install snmp