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apt-cudf.conf() apt-cudf.conf()


apt-cudf.conf - Configuration file for apt-cudf


The configuration file allows one to define default optimization criteria for all solvers known by apt-cudf


solver: <solver list> | '*'

A comma-separated list of solvers. The character will make the optimization criteria as default for all solvers without a more specific definition.

upgrade: <optimization criteria>
dist-upgrade: <optimization criteria>
install: <optimization criteria>
remove: <optimization criteria>

Default optimization criteria associated to apt-get actions. The optimization criteria is solver specific. Specifying a incorrect criteria will result in an error from the underlying cudf solver. Please refere to the solver man page for the correct syntax

trendy: <optimization criteria>
paranoid: <optimization criteria>
<keyword>: <optimization criteria>

Define a shortcut for an optimization criteria. The shortcut can then be used by apt-get to pass a specific optimization criteria for a cudf solver

apt-get install gnome --solver aspcud -o "APT::Solver::aspcud::Preferences=trendy"


solver: mccs-cbc , mccs-lpsolve
upgrade: -lex[-new,-removed,-notuptodate]
dist-upgrade: -lex[-notuptodate,-new]
install: -lex[-removed,-changed]
remove: -lex[-removed,-changed]
trendy: -lex[-removed,-notuptodate,-unsat_recommends,-new]
paranoid: -lex[-removed,-changed]
solver: *
upgrade: -new,-removed,-notuptodate
dist-upgrade: -notuptodate,-new
install: -removed,-changed
remove: -removed,-changed
trendy: -removed,-notuptodate,-unsat_recommends,-new
paranoid: -removed,-changed


apt-cudf(8), apt-get(8), update-cudf-solvers(8), README.cudf-solvers<file:///usr/share/doc/apt-cudf/README.Debian>


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