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Operating Systems Linux Red Hat What is star Post 302484040 by druidmatrix on Wednesday 29th of December 2010 11:47:05 AM
Old 12-29-2010
Question What is star

I am looking to take the Redhat Certification exam, and one of the guidelines is:
Quote:
Archive, compress, unpack and uncompress files using tar, star, gzip, and bzip2
Can someone tell me what star is? Thank you.
 

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register-stardata(8)						  stardata-common					      register-stardata(8)

NAME
register-stardata - Install or remove star data catalogues and astronomy programs SYNTAX
register-stardata [option] {install|remove} {all|stardata} {all|program} DESCRIPTION
register-stardata is a program to convert star data catalogues, that conform to the stardata-common policy, to astronomy programs' data formats automatically on package install and removal. stardata-common is a common framework to manage the insertion and removal of star data catalogues in a Debian system. This program liber- ates the user from managing the installation and conversion of star data catalogues to the astronomy programs' data formats, converting them automatically during the installation and removing them at uninstall. OPTIONS
-q --quiet Don't output any messages. --usage Output detailed syntax. --help Output help information and exit. --version Output version information and exit. FILES
/usr/share/doc/stardata-common/policy EXAMPLES
To make the yale stardata catalogue available in formats understood by all astronomy programs available in the system: register-stardata install yale all To remove the starplot format versions of all catalogues installed: register-stardata remove all starplot AUTHORS
Francisco Garcia Claramonte <franciscomanuel.garcia@hispalinux.es> Francisco Garcia <;franciscomanuel.garcia@hispalinux.es> 0.1 register-stardata(8)

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