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scl(1)											   scl(1)

NAME
       scl - Setup and run software from Software Collection environment

SYNOPSIS
       scl <action> <collection1> [<collection2> ...] <command>

       scl <action> <collection1> [<collection2> ...] -- <command>

       scl {-l|--list} [<collection1> <collection2> ...]

DESCRIPTION
       This  manual  page documents scl, a program which is an utility for running software pack-
       aged as a Software Collection.

       scl utility allows to execute an application which is not located in the  filesystem  root
       hierarchy  but  is  present in an alternative location. This application can still use and
       benefit from software installed in the root filesystem. In order to let an application  be
       visible to the system one has to use scl utility as an interface.

       <action>  is  a script name to execute in a bash environment before the application itself
       takes in executed. Currently only enable scriptlet is mandatory which is needed to  update
       search paths, etc.

       One can enable more Software Collections if needed and therefore one can use multiple col-
       lections which are enabled by the left-right order as present on scl command-line.

       <command> is an arbitrary command or set of commands to execute within the  Software  Col-
       lection	environment  enabled.  Control	is  returned back to the caller with the original
       environment as soon as the command finishes. If <command> is '-' (dash) then  it  is  read
       from the standard input.

       Note: if you use <command> consisting of multiple arguments, you either need to use quotes
       or the -- command separator. Everything that follows the separator will	be  considered	a
       command or its argument.

       Note:  some  commands  modify user environment in some way. Those commands may potentially
       break SCLs, as their activation also usually depends on env.  modification as well.  Typi-
       cal  examples  of such commands are su and sudo. Every collection modifies the environment
       differently, thus more details may be found in the documentation of the particular collec-
       tion.

OPTIONS
       -l, --list
	      Lists all installed Software Collections on the system.

       -l, --list <collection1> <collection2> ...
	      If  a collection name is specified then list of installed packages belonging to the
	      collection is listed.

EXAMPLES
       scl enable example 'less --version'
	      runs command 'less --version' in the environment with collection 'example' enabled

       scl enable foo bar bash
	      runs bash instance with foo and bar Software Collections enabled

       cat my_command | scl enable baz -
	      run set of commands listed in my_command file in the environment with baz  Software
	      Collection enabled

       scl -l list all installed collections

       scl -l example
	      list all packages within example collection

AUTHOR
       scl was written by Jindrich Novy <jnovy@redhat.com> and Jan Zeleny <jzeleny@redhat.com>

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