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The Lounge What is on Your Mind? The Dillo Web Browser Post 302352869 by nigelc on Monday 14th of September 2009 12:55:37 AM
Old 09-14-2009
Dillo is included as part of Fedora and it also included in Puppylinux.
It may have not been part of the distro. I might have downloaded it separately.
 

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adt-virt-xenlvm(1)					     Linux Programmer's Manual						adt-virt-xenlvm(1)

NAME
adt-virt-xenlvm - autopkgtest virtualisation server using Xen and LVM SYNOPSYS
adt-virt-xenlvm [options] -- [adt-xenlvm options] DESCRIPTION
adt-virt-xenlvm provides an autopkgtest virtualisation server using a Xen virtual machine and LVM snapshots. It adapts the raw functional- ity provided by the adt-xenlvm-* tools for use by autopkgtest. Normally adt-virt-xenlvm will be invoked by adt-run. adt-virt-xenlvm uses adt-xenlvm-with-testbed and adt-xenlvm-on-testbed. The testbed must have previously been set up with adt-xenlvm-set- up. Neither adt-virt-xenlvm nor adt-xenlvm-with-testbed do any locking; it is the the caller's responsibility not to attempt concurrent use of any particular testbed. OPTIONS
--distro=distro Specifies a different distro (ie, the use of a different testbed). --nominum=nominum Specifies a different nominum (ie, the use of a different testbed). --userv Specifies that the adt-xenlvm tools should not be run directly, but rather via userv. The calling user must be permitted to use userv root adt-xenlvm-testbed. In the default configuration, this means being a member of the AdtXenUs group. -- --adt-xenlvm-option=adt-xenlvm-value Following the first occurrence of -- on the adt-virt-xenlvm commandline, any of the values in the adt-xenlvm configuration may be set in the usual way. The arguments are simply passed to adt-virt-xenlvm. See /usr/share/doc/autopkgtest-xenlvm/README.gz for full details of adt-xenlvm. -- -Dvarname=value If --userv was specified, options following the first -- on the adt-virt-xenlvm commandline are passed as option arguments to userv. These should normally be user-defined variable settings using -D which are expected by the autopkgtest-xenlvm/userv-target script. Currently only distro and nominum are expected, and these can be set using adt-virt-xenlvm's own options. -d | --debug Enables debugging output. Probably not hugely interesting. INPUT, OUTPUT AND EXIT STATUS The behaviour of adt-virt-xenlvm is as described by the AutomatedTesting virtualisation regime specification. SEE ALSO
adt-run(1), adt-virt-null(1), adt-virt-chroot(1), /usr/share/doc/autopkgtest/, /usr/share/doc/autopkgtest-xenlvm/README.gz. AUTHORS AND COPYRIGHT
This manpage is part of autopkgtest, a tool for testing Debian binary packages. autopkgtest is Copyright (C) 2006-2007 Canonical Ltd and others. See /usr/share/doc/autopkgtest/CREDITS for the list of contributors and full copying conditions. autopkgtest 2007 adt-virt-xenlvm(1)

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