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{{I18n| [[En:List_Of_Equo_Functions|en]] [[Es:List Of Equo Functions|es]] [[It:List Of Equo Functions|it]]}}
 
  
==Základní volby==
 
===--help===
 
zobrazí popis všech dostupných funkcí Equo se stručným popisem co znamenají
 
 
===--version===
 
zobrazí verzi
 
 
===--nocolor===
 
vypne barevný výstup
 
 
===--info===
 
informace o systému
 
 
==Application Options==
 
===update===
 
update configured repositories
 
 
====--force====
 
force sync regardless repositories status
 
 
===repoinfo===
 
show repositories information
 
 
====make.conf [repos]====
 
show make.conf for the chosen repositories
 
 
====package.mask [repos]====
 
show package.mask for the chosen repositories
 
 
====package.unmask [repos]====
 
show package.unmask for the chosen repositories
 
 
====package.keywords [repos]====
 
show package.keywords for the chosen repositories
 
 
====package.use [repos]====
 
show package.use for the chosen repositories
 
 
====profile.link [repos]====
 
show make.profile link for the chosen repositories
 
 
 
===status===
 
show respositories status
 
 
===search===
 
search packages in repositories
 
 
===match===
 
match a package in repositories
 
 
====--multimatch====
 
return all the possible matches
 
 
====--multirepo====
 
return matches from every repository
 
 
====--showrepo====
 
print repository information (w/--quiet)
 
 
====--showdesc====
 
print description too (w/--quiet)
 
 
===world===
 
(depreciated, please use equo upgrade)
 
update system with the latest available packages
 
 
====--ask====
 
ask before making any changes
 
 
====--fetch====
 
just download packages
 
 
====--pretend====
 
only show what would be done
 
 
====--verbose====
 
show more details about what is going on
 
 
====--replay====
 
reinstall all the packages and their dependencies
 
 
====--empty====
 
same as --replay
 
 
====--resume====
 
resume previously interrupted operations
 
 
====--skipfirst====
 
used with --resume, makes the first package to be skipped
 
 
====--upgrade====
 
upgrade your distribution to the specified release
 
 
====--nochecksum====
 
disable package integrity check
 
 
===security===
 
security infrastructure functions
 
 
====update====
 
download the latest Security Advisories
 
 
====list====
 
list all the available Security Advisories
 
 
*--affected
 
list only affected
 
*--unaffected
 
list only unaffected
 
 
====info====
 
show information about provided advisories identifiers
 
 
====install====
 
automatically install all the available security updates
 
*--ask
 
ask before making any changes
 
 
*--fetch
 
just download packages
 
 
*--pretend
 
just show what would be done
 
 
*--quiet
 
show less details (useful for scripting)
 
 
===install===
 
install atoms or .tbz2 packages
 
 
====--ask====
 
ask before making any changes
 
 
====--pretend====
 
just show what would be done
 
 
====--fetch====
 
just download packages without doing the install
 
 
====--nodeps====
 
do not pull in any dependency
 
 
====--resume====
 
resume previously interrupted operations
 
 
====--skipfirst====
 
used with --resume, makes the first package in queue to be skipped
 
 
====--clean====
 
remove downloaded packages after being used
 
 
====--empty====
 
pull all the dependencies in, regardless their state
 
 
====--deep====
 
makes dependency rules stricter
 
 
====--verbose====
 
show more details about what is going on
 
 
====--configfiles====
 
makes old configuration files to be removed
 
 
====--nochecksum====
 
disable package integrity check
 
 
===remove===
 
remove one or more packages
 
 
====--deep====
 
Also pull unused dependencies where depends list is empty
 
 
====--configfiles====
 
makes configuration files to be removed
 
 
====--resume resume====
 
previously interrupted operations
 
 
===deptest===
 
look for unsatisfied dependencies
 
====--quiet====
 
show less details (useful for scripting)
 
 
====--ask====
 
ask before making any changes
 
 
====--pretend====
 
just show what would be done
 
 
===libtest===
 
Look for missing libraries
 
 
====--listfiles====
 
print broken files to stdout
 
 
====--quiet====
 
show less details (useful for scripting)
 
 
====--ask====
 
ask before making any changes
 
 
====--pretend====
 
just show what would be done
 
 
===conf===
 
configuration files update tool
 
====info====
 
show configuration files to be updated
 
 
====update====
 
run the configuration files update function
 
 
===query===
 
do misc queries on repository and local databases
 
 
====installed====
 
search a package into the local database
 
 
====belongs====
 
search from what package a file belongs
 
 
====depends====
 
search what packages depend on the provided atoms
 
 
====needed====
 
Show runtime libraries needed by the provided atoms
 
 
====required====
 
show atoms needing the provided libraries
 
 
====files====
 
show files owned by the provided atoms
 
 
====removal====
 
show the removal tree for the specified atoms
 
 
====tags====
 
show packages owning the provided tags
 
 
====slot====
 
show packages owning the provided slot
 
 
====license====
 
show packages owning the provided licenses
 
 
====list====
 
list packages based on the chosen parameter below
 
* installed
 
list installed packages
 
 
====orphans====
 
search files that do not belong to any package
 
 
====description====
 
search packages by description
 
 
====--verbose====
 
show more details
 
 
====--quiet====
 
print results in a scriptable way
 
 
==Extended Options==
 
===smart===
 
handles extended functionalities
 
====application====
 
make a smart application for the provided atoms (experimental)
 
====--empty==== pull all the dependencies in, regardless their state
 
====package====
 
make a smart package for the provided atoms (multiple packages into one file)
 
====quickpkg====
 
recreate an Entropy package from your System
 
*--savedir
 
save new packages into the specified directory
 
 
====inflate====
 
convert provided Gentoo .tbz2s into Entropy packages (Portage needed)
 
*--savedir
 
save new packages into the specified directory
 
====deflate====
 
convert provided Entropy packages into Gentoo ones (Portage needed)
 
*--savedir
 
save new packages into the specified directory
 
====extract====
 
extract Entropy metadata from provided .tbz2 packages
 
*--savedir
 
save new metadata into the specified directory
 
----
 
===database===
 
handles installed packages database
 
('''NB''' <tt>database</tt> is deprecated; please use: &lsquo;[[#rescue|equo rescue]]&rsquo;)
 
====check====
 
Check System database for errors
 
====resurrect====
 
generate installed packages database using files on the system [last hope]
 
====depends====
 
regenerate depends caching table
 
====counters====
 
update/generate counters table (Portage <-> Entropy packages table)
 
====gentoosync====
 
makes Entropy aware of your Portage-updated packages
 
----
 
===rescue===
 
contains System rescue tools
 
====check====
 
check installed packages repository for errors
 
====vacuum====
 
remove installed packages repository internal indexes to save disk space
 
====generate====
 
generate installed packages database using Source Package Manager repositories
 
====resurrect====
 
generate installed packages database using files on the system [last hope]
 
====spmuids====
 
regenerate SPM UIDs map (SPM <-> Entropy packages)
 
====spmsync====
 
makes Entropy aware of your Source Package Manager updated packages
 
====backup====
 
backup the current Entropy installed packages database
 
====restore====
 
restore a previously backed up Entropy installed packages database
 
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===packages===
 
Handles packages helper applications
 
====python-updater====
 
Migrate all Python modules to the latest installed version
 
====--ask====
 
ask before making any changes
 
====--pretend====
 
just show what would be done
 
 
===Community===
 
{{main|Equo (Community Functions)}}
 
This section involves commands for running a community repository and is designed for advanced users, as such it has been moved to a seperate page to not confuse the average Equo user with (more) unneeded and commands.
 
 
===cache===
 
handles Entropy cache
 
 
====clean ====
 
clean Entropy cache
 
====generate====
 
Regenerate Entropy cache
 
====--verbose====
 
show more details
 
====--quiet====
 
print results in a scriptable way
 
 
===cleanup===
 
remove downloaded packages and clean temp. directories
 
 
[[Category:Entropy|List Of Equo FunctionsEn]]
 

Latest revision as of 13:08, 2 September 2013