DH_SCROLLKEEPER(1) Debhelper DH_SCROLLKEEPER(1)NAME
dh_scrollkeeper - deprecated no-op
dh_scrollkeeper [debhelperoptions] [-n] [directory]
dh_scrollkeeper was a debhelper program that handled registering OMF files for ScrollKeeper. However, it no longer does anything, and is
This program is a part of debhelper.
Ross Burton <email@example.com>
8.9.0ubuntu2.1 2012-06-12 DH_SCROLLKEEPER(1)
Check Out this Related Man Page
DH_GENCONTROL(1) Debhelper DH_GENCONTROL(1)NAME
dh_gencontrol - generate and install control file
dh_gencontrol [debhelperoptions] [--params]
dh_gencontrol is a debhelper program that is responsible for generating control files, and installing them into the DEBIAN directory with
the proper permissions.
This program is merely a wrapper around dpkg-gencontrol(1), which calls it once for each package being acted on (plus related dbgsym
packages), and passes in some additional useful flags.
Note that if you use dh_gencontrol, you must also use dh_builddeb(1) to build the packages. Otherwise, your build may fail to build as
dh_gencontrol (via dpkg-gencontrol(1)) declares which packages are built. As debhelper automatically generates dbgsym packages, it some
times adds additional packages, which will be built by dh_builddeb(1).
OPTIONS -- params
Pass params to dpkg-gencontrol(1).
This is another way to pass params to dpkg-gencontrol(1). It is deprecated; use -- instead.
SEE ALSO debhelper(7)
This program is a part of debhelper.
Joey Hess <firstname.lastname@example.org>
11.1.6ubuntu2 2018-05-10 DH_GENCONTROL(1)
The UNIX and Linux Forums have a number of active members that have published books or papers related to shell programming and scripting. You can check out their publications here:
Please note, as you can imagine, our forum experts can be quite busy! You will get a response... (0 Replies)
Emergency UNIX and Linux Support !! Help Me! Forum (Request Urgent Help)
README FIRST: How to Request Emergency or Urgent Help:
You may post emergency work-related questions in the emergency forum. To post in this forum you will need to use your Bits. All questions answered on a "best... (0 Replies)
On Posting Questions:
Any and all high school and undergraduate homework assignments or textbook style exercises for which you are seeking assistance are to be posted only in our Homework & Coursework Questions area--not in blogs, visitor messages, PMs, or the main technical... (0 Replies)
Dear Forum Members,
The UNIX and Linux Forums are working directly with the Red Cross to provide ad banners on our site to support Earthquake and Tsunami Relief in Japan. Registered users do not see these banners. However, if you wish to contribute directly on behalf of yourself and the... (8 Replies)
How to Use Code Tags in The UNIX and Linux Forums
Developer: This video tutorial was created by scott for forum users. Everyone should use code tags when posting code and command line logic in the forums.
A full list of BB codes is available here. (8 Replies)
RULES OF THE UNIX AND LINUX FORUMS
For the latest version of the community rules (the official community rules page), please visit here.
No flames, shouting (all caps), sarcasm, bullying, profanity or arrogant posts.
No negative comments about others or impolite remarks. Be patient. No... (1 Reply)
I see lot of ad-hoc shell scripts in our servers which don't have a shebang at the beginning .
Does this mean that it will run on any shell ?
Is it a good practice to create scripts (even ad-hoc ones) without shebang ? (16 Replies)
Having spent a lot of time over the past year taking a legacy vBulletin site (this forum) and making the site responsive on mobile; I've happy with the results; but it will soon be time to move on.
Basically, at our core, we are a LAMP (Linux, Apache2, MySQL and PHP) site, and vBulletin was... (6 Replies)
Here are some answers to some of the recent questions I have received about UNIX.COM. So, I thought I would take time to answer them here in this post:
Is it expected that the original poster "thank" everyone who responds to his / her discussion thread?
It is always a good practice in all... (7 Replies)
Here is a quick EOY report for 2019.
2019 has been a year of "downward trend reversal" for UNIX.com. In fact, if we compare total Google search impressions from the peak days in December 2019 to the peak days in mid December 2018, traffic is up 43% percent. That is a very respectable growth... (0 Replies)