flatpak-list man page

flatpak-list ā€” List installed applications and/or runtimes

Synopsis

flatpak list [OPTION...]

Description

Lists the names of the installed applications and runtimes.

By default, both apps and runtimes are shown, but you can change this by using the --app or --runtime options.

By default, both per-user and system-wide installations are shown. Use the --user, --installation or --system options to change this.

The list command can also be used to find installed apps that use a certain runtime, with the --app-runtime option.

Options

The following options are understood:

-h, --help

Show help options and exit.

--user

List per-user installations.

--system

List the default system-wide installations.

--installation=NAME

List a system-wide installation specified by NAME among those defined in /etc/flatpak/installations.d/. Using --installation=default is equivalent to using --system.

--arch=ARCH

List installations for this architecture.

-d, --show-details

Show origin, sizes and other extra information. Equivalent to --columns=all.

--app

List applications.

--runtime

List runtimes.

--all, -a

List all installed runtimes, including locale and debug extensions. These are hidden by default.

--app-runtime=RUNTIME

List applications that use the given runtime.

-v, --verbose

Print debug information during command processing.

--ostree-verbose

Print OSTree debug information during command processing.

--columns=FIELD,...

Specify what information to show about each ref. You can list multiple fields, or use this option multiple times.

Append :s[tart], :m[iddle], :e[nd] or :f[ull] to column names to change ellipsization.

Fields

The following fields are understood by the --columns option:

description

Show the description

application

Show the application or runtime ID

arch

Show the architecture

branch

Show the branch

runtime

Show the used runtime

version

Show the version

ref

Show the ref

origin

Show the origin remote

installation

Show the installation

active

Show the active commit

latest

Show the latest commit

size

Show the installed size

options

Show options

all

Show all columns

help

Show the list of available columns

Note that field names can be abbreviated to a unique prefix.

Examples

$ flatpak --user --columns=app list

Application
org.gnome.Builder
org.freedesktop.glxgears
org.gnome.MyApp
org.gnome.gedit

See Also

flatpak(1), flatpak-install(1), flatpak-update(1)

Referenced By

flatpak(1), flatpak-create-usb(1), flatpak-install(1), flatpak-make-current(1), flatpak-update(1).

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