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Basic Options

--help

Prints out descriptions of all available Equo functions with a breif description of what they.

--version

print version

--nocolor

disable colorized output

--info

system information


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 database is deprecated; please use: ‘equo rescue’)

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


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

For more information see the Equo (Community Functions) main entry

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