PDEBUILD-CROSS-UPDATE(1) User Contributed Perl Documentation PDEBUILD-CROSS-UPDATE(1)Name
pdebuild-cross-update - pbuilder wrapper to update a crossbuild chroot
Simply wraps "pbuilder update" to use the pdebuild-cross tarball.
"pdebuild-cross-update" supports no options. Edit the /etc/pdebuild/pdebuild-cross.rc configuration file to change the tarball to update.
perl v5.14.2 2012-09-26 PDEBUILD-CROSS-UPDATE(1)
Check Out this Related Man Page
pdebuild-user-mode-linux(1) pbuilder pdebuild-user-mode-linux(1)NAME
pdebuild-user-mode-linux - pbuilder-user-mode-linux way of doing debuild
pdebuild-user-mode-linux [pdebuild-user-mode-linux options] -- [pbuilder-user-mode-linux options]
A convenience program for pbuilder-user-mode-linux which invokes pbuilder after obtaining appropriate root privilege in a Debian source
directory. One must be inside the source tree containing the debian directory, in order to make it work.
PDEBUILD OPTIONS --buildsourceroot [fakeroot]
The command used to gain root privilege for invoking dpkg-buildpackage
Invoke debsign at the end of pdebuild process.
Pass -k option to debsign to specify which keyid to sign.
--buildresult [Directory for build results]
The place which build result is stored.
--configfile [Extra config file to use]
The configuration file is used, but not passed on to pbuilder-user-mode-linux.
--debbuildopts [options to pass to dpkg-buildpackage]
The space-delimited list of options are passed to dpkg-buildpackage. This option appends to pbuilder option --debbuildopts and may
also be used to reset the list of options by passing the empty string.
Uses a different implementation of pdebuild, which calls clean and build inside the chroot, using bind-mounts.
pdebuild-internal tries to run debian/rules clean inside the chroot. To achieve the goal, the working directory is passed on inside
the chroot, in the form of bind-mounting and debuild is run.
This option will not protect the working directory and its parent directories from the build scripts.
-- [pbuilder options]
After the -- symbol, an arbitrary number of pbuilder options can be specified. See pbuilder-user-mode-linux.1 for full list of
There is an exception that --buildresult needs to be specified as pdebuild option before the -- to be effective.
The configuration file for pbuilder-user-mode-linux, used in pdebuild-user-mode-linux.
The default configuration file for pbuilder-user-mode-linux, used in pdebuild-user-mode-linux.
Configuration file for pbuilder-user-mode-linux, used in pdebuild-user-mode-linux, overrides what is written in /etc/pbuilderrc
Initial coding, and main maintenance is done by Junichi Uekawa <email@example.com>.
The homepage is available at http://pbuilder.alioth.debian.org
/usr/share/doc/pbuilder/pbuilder-doc.html, pbuilder-user-mode-linux(1), pbuilderrc(5), pbuilder-uml.conf(5)Debian 2006 May 24 pdebuild-user-mode-linux(1)
I have a huge matrix file containing some 1.5 million rows and 6000 columns. The matrix looks something like this:
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9
3 4 5
I want to add all the numbers in the columns of this matrix and display the result to my stdout. This means that the numbers in the first column are:
... (2 Replies)
Just trying to get to grips with sed and awk for some reporting for work and I need some assistance:
I have a file that lists policy names on the first line and then on the second line whether the policy is active or not.
Policy Name: Policy1
Policy... (8 Replies)
version info :
vi availabe with RHEL 5.4
I have a text file with 10,000 lines. I want to copy lines from 5000th line to 7000th and redirect to a file. Any idea how I can do this?
The above scenario is just an example. In my actual requirement, the file has 14 million lines and I want... (9 Replies)
I know the following questions are noobish questions but I am asking them because I am confused about the basics of history behind UNIX and LINUX.
Ok onto business, my questions are-:
Was/Is UNIX ever an open source operating system ?
If UNIX was... (21 Replies)
I couldn't find an actual introduction thread, so I decided to just put this here.
I go by d0wngrade online. I have been programming in multiple languages for about 15+ years. I started with standard web design languages like HTML and CSS, but I then advanced from design to development... (2 Replies)
The first active code line in AudioScope.sh is set -u .
This causes a complete exit if a variable is used/found but has not been allocated at the start of the program.
However, apart from writing code to do the task, is there a switch to to check which variables have been... (17 Replies)
In thread https://www.unix.com/shell-programming-and-scripting/267833-grouping-counting.html rovf and I had a mini-discussion on grep and awk.
Here is a demo script that compares the awk and grep approaches for this single problem:
# @(#) s2 Demonstrate group... (1 Reply)
I have to fish out some specific columns from a file based on the header value. I have the list of columns I need in a different file. I thought I could read in the list of headers I need,
# file with header names of required columns in required order
# read contents... (11 Replies)
For those interested in installing dash shell on OSX Lion to help test POSIX compliancy of shell scripts, it is quite easy. I did it like this:
If you don't have gcc on your system:
0. Download and install the Command Line Tools for Xcode package from Sign In - Apple *
1. Download the dash... (2 Replies)
Hello and thanks in advance for any help anyone can offer me
I'm trying to learn the find command and thought I was understanding it... Apparently I was wrong. I was doing compound searches and I started getting weird results with the -size test. I was trying to do a search on a 1G file owned by... (14 Replies)
I have data of an excel files as given below,
org1_1 1 1 2.5 100
org1_2 1 2 5.5 98
org1_3 1 3 7.2 88
org2_1 1 1 2.5 100
org2_2 1 2 5.5 56
org2_3 1 3 7.2 70
I have multiple excel files as above shown.
I have to copy column 1, column 4 and paste into a new excel file as... (26 Replies)
Taking a break from Vue.js coding for the site, SEO and YT videos; and hopefully addressing some well deserved criticism from some here that I have been too focused on the visual aspects of the forums versus the substance and the community....
While the "current generation... (9 Replies)
Well guys and gals, I jumped in at the deep end and found things that PERL cannot do by default.
Many tricky terminal escape codes are not catered for so I had to create workarounds.
One thing I searched for was this:
Passing perl variable to shell command
AND, @Neo this was... (15 Replies)