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AXI-CACHE(1)							   User Commands						      AXI-CACHE(1)

axi-cache - query the Apt Xapian Index SYNOPSIS
axi-cache [options] command [args] DESCRIPTION
Query the Apt Xapian index. Commands: search commands: axi-cache again [query] repeat the last search, possibly adding query terms axi-cache help show a summary of commands axi-cache info print information about the apt-xapian-index environment axi-cache last [count] show the last results again axi-cache more [count] show more terms from the last search axi-cache rdetails pkgname[s] show details of reverse relationships for the given packages axi-cache search [terms] start a new search apt-cache front-ends: axi-cache depends pkgname[s] run apt-cache depends pkgname[s] axi-cache madison pkgname[s] run apt-cache madison pkgname[s] axi-cache policy pkgname[s] run apt-cache policy pkgname[s] axi-cache rdepends pkgname[s] run apt-cache rdepends pkgname[s] axi-cache show pkgname[s] run apt-cache show pkgname[s] axi-cache showpkg pkgname[s] run apt-cache showpkg pkgname[s] axi-cache showsrc pkgname[s] run apt-cache showsrc pkgname[s] OPTIONS
--version show program's version number and exit -h, --help show this help message and exit -s SORT, --sort=SORT sort by the given value, as listed in /var/lib/apt-xapian-index/values. Add a '-' to reverse sort order --tags show matching tags, rather than packages --tabcomplete=TYPE suggest words for tab completion of the current command line (type is 'plain' or 'partial') --last use 'show --last' to limit tab completion to only the packages from the last search results --all disable pagination and always show all results. Note that search results are normally sorted by relevance, so you may find meaning- less results at the end of the output axi-cache 0.45 December 2011 AXI-CACHE(1)

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approx-import - copy local .deb files into the approx cache SYNOPSIS
approx-import [OPTION]... file.deb ... DESCRIPTION
approx-import copies local .deb files, such as those found in /var/cache/apt/archives, into the approx(8) cache. It does so by computing the MD5 checksum of each argument. If it matches a package in one of the Packages files in the approx(8) cache, then the file is copied to the appropriate location in the cache. Note that all Packages files must be scanned, regardless of how many .deb files are being imported, and this process may take several min- utes. The approx-import command must be run by the superuser or the approx(8) user. OPTIONS
-c file, --config file Specify an additional configuration file. May be used multiple times. -s, --simulate Process files but do not actually copy them into the cache. -q, --quiet Don't print the names of files that are imported. -v, --verbose Print the disposition of each file. EXAMPLES
To import packages from the local apt(8) cache: approx-import /var/cache/apt/archives/*.deb To import packages from another proxy's cache: find other-cache -name "*.deb" | xargs approx-import (where other-cache is the pathname of the other proxy's cache directory) FILES
/etc/approx/approx.conf Configuration file for approx and related programs. /var/cache/approx Default cache directory for archive files. SEE ALSO
approx.conf(5), approx(8) AUTHOR
Eric Cooper <> June 2010 APPROX-IMPORT(8)
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