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I'm trying to do a certain something on my Debian system and I'm not sure if it can be done. Often when updating packages, a package trigger runs and I'd like to have my own script run too every time that happens. Is there a way to edit a package's triggers, or at least detect when it's run so you can have your own scripts run after it, without having to change the package itself?
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