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SBUILD-UPDATE(1) Debian sbuild SBUILD-UPDATE(1)

NAME

sbuild-update - update, upgrade, and clean an sbuild chroot with apt-get

SYNOPSIS

sbuild-update [-h|--help] [-V|--version] [--arch=architecture] [-u|--update] [-g|--upgrade] [-d|--dist-upgrade] [-c|--clean] [-a|--autoclean] [-r|--autoremove] [--chroot-mode= schroot|sudo|unshare] CHROOT1 [CHROOT2 [CHROOTn...]]
 
(DEPRECATED) sbuild-upgrade [-h|--help] [-V|--version] CHROOT1 [CHROOT2 [CHROOTn...]]
 
(DEPRECATED) sbuild-distupgrade [-h|--help] [-V|--version] CHROOT1 [CHROOT2 [CHROOTn...]]
 
(DEPRECATED) sbuild-clean [-h|--help] [-V|--version] [-c|--clean] [-a|--autoclean] [-r|--autoremove] CHROOT1 [CHROOT2 [CHROOTn...]]

DESCRIPTION

sbuild-update runs apt-get inside the specified chroot performing update, upgrade, dist-upgrade, clean, autoclean, and/or autoremove depending on the options specified on the command line.
sbuild-upgrade, sbuild-distupgrade, and sbuild-clean, are deprecated. They now simply run sbuild-update with the appropriate options ( --upgrade or --dist-upgrade for sbuild-upgrade or sbuild-distupgrade respectively) along with whatever arguments were passed in the scripts.

OPTIONS

Actions

-h, --help
Display this manual.
-V, --version
Print version information.
--arch=architecture
Update chroot for the architecture specified.
-u, --update
Perform an apt-get update.
-g, --upgrade
Perform an apt-get upgrade.
-d, --dist-upgrade
Perform an apt-get dist-upgrade.
-c, --clean
Perform an apt-get clean.
-a, --autoclean
Perform an apt-get autoclean.
-r, --autoremove
Perform an apt-get autoremove.

Chroot selection

--chroot-mode=schroot|sudo|unshare
The sbuild chroot backend of the chroot to update. The autopkgtest backend is not supported by this method because autopkgtest backends are always ephemeral and changes never persist. To update a chroot for schroot and sudo, sbuild-update must be executed with superuser privileges (for example by using sudo). Creating a chroot for the unshare backend can be done by a normal user (without sudo) but it requires Linux user namespaces to be enabled (via "sysctl -w kernel.unprivileged_userns_clone=1"). Defaults to 'schroot'.
CHROOT
The chroot to use. Note that ‘o’, ‘s’, ‘t’, ‘u’ and ‘e’ may be used as abbreviations for ‘oldstable’, ‘stable’, ‘testing’, ‘unstable’ and ‘experimental’, respectively.

EXAMPLES

To update the unstable chroot:
% sbuild-update --update unstable
To upgrade the unstable chroot:
% sbuild-update --upgrade unstable
To clean the unstable chroot:
% sbuild-update --clean unstable
To perform an update, dist-upgrade, clean, autoclean, and autoremove for the unstable chroot:
% sbuild-update -udcar unstable

AUTHORS

Roger Leigh.
Andres Mejia.

COPYRIGHT

Copyright © 2006–2009 Roger Leigh <rleigh@debian.org>.
Copyright © 2010 Andres Mejia <mcitadel@gmail.com>.

SEE ALSO

sbuild(1), sbuild-apt(1),
10 September 2018 Version 0.77.1