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CAKE(1) 						      General Commands Manual							   CAKE(1)

cake - CakePHP application shell. SYNOPSIS
cake <shell> DESCRIPTION
The cake utility encapsulates a number of operations that can be performed on CakePHP applications, including generating controllers, views and models, as well as managing access control lists (ACLs), viewing API documentation and application-specific console tasks. The available commands (or `shells') can be seen by running cake without any arguments. AUTHOR
cake was written by Larry E. Masters <>. This manual page was written by Chris Lamb <>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). September 15, 2007 CAKE(1)

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smoltSendProfie - Submit Smolt hardware profile to server SYNOPSIS
smoltSendProfile [options] DESCRIPTION
smoltSendProfile program submits the hardware profile of the current machine to the Smoon server. Smolt is a cross-desktop hardware report- ing tool for GNU/Linux based systems. OPTIONS -p, --printOnly Display information only; do not send -a, --autoSend Don't prompt to send; just send -r, --retry Continue to send until success -c, --checkin Automated check-in, suitable for cron-jobs -S, --scanOnly Only scan this machine for known hardware errata; do not send profile --submitOnly Do not scan this machine for known hardware errata; only submit profile -b, --bodhi Submit this profile to Bodhi as well, for Fedora Developmnent -n, --newPublicUUID Request a new public UUID -s SMOON_URL, --server=SMOON_URL Specify the URL of the server -u USERAGENT, --useragent=USERAGENT, --user_agent=USERAGENT Specify HTTP user agent (default "smolt/0.97") -t TIMEOUT, --timeout=TIMEOUT Specify HTTP timeout in seconds (default 60.0 seconds) --uuidFile=UUIDFILE Specify which UUID to use; useful for debugging and testing --username=USERNAME Fedora Account System registration username --password=PASSWORD Fedora Account System registration password (will prompt if not specified) -d, --debug Enable debug information --version Show program's version number and exit -h, --help Show this help message and exit SEE ALSO
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