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ND-CONFIGUREREPO(1) User Commands ND-CONFIGUREREPO(1)

NAME

nd-configurerepo - configure APT to use NeuroDebian repository

SYNOPSIS

nd-configurerepo [options]

DESCRIPTION

Enables NeuroDebian repository for the current Debian or Ubuntu release.

OPTIONS

-r, --release=RELEASE

Name of the Debian/Ubuntu release to be used. If not specified, it is deduced from the 'apt-cache policy' output, by taking repository of Debian or Ubuntu origin with highest priority.

--print-releases

Print a list of releases present in NeuroDebian repository.

--print-release

Print the release deduced from the output of apt-cache policy.

-f, --flavor=full|libre

Which flavor of the repository should be enabled:
Only 'main' component, containing only DFSG-compliant content.
Includes 'main', 'contrib', and 'non-free'.
If not specified -- deduced from the output of apt-cache policy.

--print-flavor

Print the flavor deduced from the output of apt-cache policy.

-c, --components=c1,c2,c3

Comma separated list of components to enable among:
primary software repository
data packages
"overlay" of development versions (like Debians' "experimental"). Not sufficient on its own and available only from the main site
If not specified -- "software,data"

-m, --mirror=NAME|URL

Which mirror to use. Could be a mirror code-name (as specified in /etc/neurodebian/neurodebian.cfg), or a URL.

--print-mirrors

Return a list (with abbreviation) of known NeuroDebian mirrors.

--overwrite,

If apt file already present, it would not be overridden (by default). Use this option to overwrite.

--suffix=SUFFIX

Which suffix to add to the apt file, in case you are trying to enable multiple repositories

--sources, --no-sources

Either to enable deb-src lines. If none specified -- would be enabled if sources for a core package (apt) are available.

-n, --dry-run

Do not perform any changes -- generated configurations and commands will simply be printed to stdout

--install

If found absent, all necessary tools (wget, netselect) if available will be apt-get installed

-v, --verbose

Enable additional progress messages. Could be used multiple times

-q, --quiet

Make operation quiet -- only error messages would be output

-h, --help

Print short description, usage summary and option list.

--version

Print version information and exit.

Exit status:

non-0 exit status in case of error. Error exit code would depend on which command has failed.

EXAMPLES

nd-configurerepo
Enable software and data components from the optimal (according to netselect) mirror. Some information about progress will be printed
nd-configurerepo -q --suffix=-devel -c devel
Quietly enable -devel repository for the current release, and place apt configuration into /etc/apt/sources.list.d/neurodebian.sources-devel.list
nd-configurerepo -q --suffix=-de-sid-full -c software,data,devel -m jp
Force sid distribution, all the components, from the Japan mirror

AUTHOR

Written by Yaroslav Halchenko for the NeuroDebian project.

COPYRIGHT

Copyright © 2014 Yaroslav Halchenko <debian@onerussian.com>

Licensed under GNU Public License version 3 or later.
This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

October 2022 nd-configurerepo 0.1