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I try to search certain package using apt-cache search -n iap cracker, but some list from /var/lib/apt/lists it's not appear.

Example:

Ojek:~ root# apt-cache search -n iap cracker
com.ihacksrepo.iapcracker - Free inapp purchases
com.repocydia.iapcrackerlist - A List for The apps/Games that work with iAp Cracker
com.xsellize.iapcrackerlist - A List for The apps/Games that work with iAp Cracker
com.sinfuliphone.iapcracker - Allows you to get FREE In-App Purchases!

One of the repo list that not appear in search output:

Package: com.duowan.urus.iap
Version: 0.8-1
Architecture: iphoneos-arm
Installed-Size: 132
Maintainer: duowan
Depends: mobilesubstrate
Section: [å¤^Úç^Ω - 软件]
Icon: file:///Applications/Cydia.app/Sections/Utilities.png
Priority: standard
Homepage: http://iphone.duowan.com/
Depiction: http://iphone.duowan.com/1109/179506764380.html
Description: 让你ç^Ú^Ä App å^Å^Íè´¹ä¸^Ëè½½å^Æ^Åç½®ä»^Øè´¹å^Æ^Å容å^Ï^ÊDLCå^Æ^$
Sponsor: Duowan.com <http://iphone.duowan.com/m/>
Name: iAP Cracker
Filename: debs/com.duowan.urus.iap_0.8-1_iphoneos-arm.deb
Size: 56752
MD5sum: 46e4837d42a287e1411a468f22e0489a

How to ensure I able to get output every name im searching? Sorry for my english.

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I see you jailbreak exclusively to pirate from hard working developers. And you want help with that? –  cksum Mar 3 '13 at 22:11
    
Im sorry, i can't get help for this? –  Squall Leonhart Mar 3 '13 at 23:59
    
Actually I just want to learn the code, I'm learning from my phone. This is the best example I can get because I don't have any Linux OS installed on my computer. –  Squall Leonhart Mar 4 '13 at 0:15
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This crosses the piracy line on the FAQ so feel free to ask a question on the Ask Different Meta side of the site or show up in chat once you've gotten some rep to do those actions. –  bmike Mar 4 '13 at 2:57
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