dpkg --info blah.deb will display which of the preinst, postinst, prerm, postrm scripts the .deb has,
and whether they are shell scripts, perl scripts, etc.
The question I want to ask is: why on earth did gnome-look not strip out all the scripts that
submitted debs contained? There is no need for a package containing a screen saver to contain
such as script; all you have to do is drop an executable somewhere, and a .desktop file in