Grench, a tip to make your life easier:
apt-cache search name-of-whatever
... will usually give you the name of the package that contains the command / binary.
Hope that helps.
I addor just "apt search name-of-whatever" the apt command has improved a bit over the years. can install and search from the single command.
apt-file searchto find any file, not just binaries, in any package of the repository,
dpkg -Sapply only on installed packages.
apt-file wasn't installed by default on my distribution, it's especially useful to find a package which contains a missing header file when compiling.