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ON_AC_POWER(1)							  [FIXME: manual]						    ON_AC_POWER(1)

NAME
on_ac_power - test whether the computer is running on line power SYNOPSIS
on_ac_power DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the on_ac_power command. on_ac_power is a command line program to test whether the computer is running on line power EXIT CODES
The command succeeds (status 0) if the system is using line power and fails (status other than 0) otherwise. It is designed to be easy to use in shell scripts. 0 (true) System is on line power. 1 (false) System is not on line power. SEE ALSO
pm-suspend(8) AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Richard Hughes richard@hughsie.com. AUTHOR
Richard Hughes Author. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2006 Richard Hughes [FIXME: source] 05 June, 2006 ON_AC_POWER(1)

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PK-DEBUGINFO-INSTA(1)						  [FIXME: manual]					     PK-DEBUGINFO-INSTA(1)

NAME
pk-debuginfo-install - Debugging Packages Installer SYNOPSIS
pk-debuginfo-install [--help] [--verbose] [--simulate] [--no-depends] DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the pk-debuginfo-install command. pk-debuginfo-install is the command line client for installing debuginfo packages. WHY DO I NEED DEBUGINFO PACKAGES
? When a program crashes, it's often useful to send the developer a backtrace which contains symbol names and variable contents, rather than memory addresses. To make this possible, extra packages called debug packages can be installed. OPTIONS
This program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below. --help Show summary of options. --noninteractive Do not be interactive and skip the confirmation before the packages are installed. --verbose Show extra debugging information. --simulate Don't actually install any packages, only simulate what would be installed. --no-depends Do not scan for, or install dependencies of the core packages. --quiet Do not display information or progress to the terminal. RETURN VALUES
0 Success, at least one package was installed 1 Failed with miscellaneous internal error. 3 Failed to get software sources list. 4 Failed to enable software sources. 5 Failed as nothing to do. 6 Failed to find dependant packages. 7 Failed to install. 8 Failed to disable software sources. SEE ALSO
pkmon (1). pkcon(1). AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Richard Hughes richard@hughsie.com. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2009 Richard Hughes [FIXME: source] 29 July,2009 PK-DEBUGINFO-INSTA(1)
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