apt-file is a command that allows you to find which package includes a specific file. It can also be used to list all files included in a package without installing or downloading it.
Open a terminal window and run:
sudo apt-get install apt-file -y && sudo apt-file update
The last part of the above command will update
apt-file's cache, so it might take a few minutes to complete.
The updated cache can be queried for a list of packages containing a file. The query may be constructed using only the file's name or the file's path:
apt-file search filename apt-file search path/to/filename
The contents of a package can be listed with:
apt-file list packagename