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Linux Deploy CLI

Copyright (C) 2015-2019 Anton Skshidlevsky, GPLv3

A command line application for installing and running GNU/Linux distributions in the chroot environment.



Main help:


   -p NAME - configuration profile
   -d - enable debug mode
   -t - enable trace mode

   config [...] [PARAMETERS] [NAME ...] - configuration management
      - without parameters displays a list of configurations
      -r - remove the current configuration
      -i FILE - import the configuration
      -x - dump of the current configuration
      -l - list of dependencies for the specified or are connected components
      -a - list of all components without check compatibility
   deploy [...] [PARAMETERS] [-n NAME] [NAME ...] - install the distribution and included components
      -m - mount the container before deployment
      -i - install without configure
      -c - configure without install
      -n NAME - skip installation of this component
   import FILE|URL - import a rootfs into the current container from archive (tgz, tbz2 or txz)
   export FILE - export the current container as a rootfs archive (tgz, tbz2 or txz)
   shell [-u USER] [COMMAND] - execute the specified command in the container, by default /bin/bash
      -u USER - switch to the specified user
   mount - mount the container
   umount - unmount the container
   start [-m] [NAME ...] - start all included or only specified components
      -m - mount the container before start
   stop [-u] [NAME ...] - stop all included or only specified components
      -u - unmount the container after stop
   sync URL - synchronize with the operating environment with server
   status [NAME ...] - display the status of the container and components
   help [NAME ...] - show this help or help of components

Help for the parameters of the main components:

     The code name of Linux distribution, which will be installed. Supported "debian", "ubuntu", "kali", "fedora", "centos", "archlinux", "slackware", "apline".

     The container deployment type, can specify "file", "directory", "partition", "ram" or "custom".

     Installation path depends on the type of deployment.

     Image file size when selected type of deployment "file". Zero means the automatic selection of the image size.

     File system that will be created inside a image file or on a partition. Supported "ext2", "ext3" or "ext4"

     Architecture of Linux distribution, supported "armel", "armhf", "arm64", "i386" and "amd64".

     Version of Linux distribution, supported versions "jessie", "stretch" and "buster" (also can be used "stable", "testing", "unstable" or "oldstable").

     Installation source, can specify address of the repository or path to the rootfs archive.

     List of optional installation packages, separated by spaces.

     Containerization method "chroot" or "proot".

     Mount directory of the container for containerization method "chroot".

     Specify which to use the emulator, by default QEMU.

     Mounts resources to the container as "SOURCE:TARGET" separated by a space.

     IP-address of DNS server, can specify multiple addresses separated by a space.

     Path to a script inside the container to process changes the network.

     Localization, e.g. "en_US.UTF-8".

     Username that will be created in the container.

     Password will be assigned to the specified user.

   --privileged-users="android messagebus"
     A list of users separated by a space to be added to Android groups.


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