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baudrate(3), erasechar(3), erasewchar(3), has_ic(3), has_il(3), killchar(3), killwchar(3), longname(3), term_attrs(3), termattrs(3), termname(3)
curses environment query routines
bectl(8)
Utility to manage boot environments on ZFS
beinstall.sh(8)
install a boot environment using the current FreeBSD source tree
crunchgen(1)
generates build environment for a crunched binary
efivar(8)
UEFI environment variable interaction
elftc_timestamp(3)
return the current or environment-provided timestamp
env(1)
set environment and execute command, or print environment
environ(7)
user environment
feclearexcept(3), fegetexceptflag(3), feraiseexcept(3), fesetexceptflag(3), fetestexcept(3), fegetround(3), fesetround(3), fegetenv(3), feholdexcept(3), fesetenv(3), feupdateenv(3), feenableexcept(3), fedisableexcept(3), fegetexcept(3)
floating-point environment control
fegetenv(3), feholdexcept(3), fesetenv(3), feupdateenv(3)
floating-point environment save and restore
freeenv(9), kern_getenv(9), getenv_int(9), getenv_long(9), getenv_string(9), getenv_quad(9), getenv_uint(9), getenv_ulong(9), getenv_bool(9), getenv_is_true(9), getenv_is_false(9), kern_setenv(9), testenv(9), kern_unsetenv(9)
kernel environment variable functions
getenv(3), putenv(3), setenv(3), unsetenv(3)
environment variable functions
kenv(1)
dump or modify the kernel environment
kenv(2)
kernel environment
libbe(3)
library for creating, destroying and modifying ZFS boot environments
localedef(1)
define locale environment
openpam_free_envlist(3)
free an environment list
pam_getenv(3)
retrieve the value of a PAM environment variable
pam_getenvlist(3)
returns a list of all the PAM environment variables
pam_putenv(3)
set the value of an environment variable
printenv(1)
print out the environment
pxeboot(8)
Preboot Execution Environment (PXE) bootloader
ses(4)
SCSI Environmental Services driver
setclasscontext(3), setclasscpumask(3), setclassenvironment(3), setclassresources(3), setusercontext(3)
functions for using the login class capabilities database
"glGetTexEnvfv(3), glGetTexEnviv(3)
return texture environment parameters
"glTexEnvf(3), glTexEnvi(3), glTexEnvfv(3), glTexEnviv(3)
set texture environment parameters
Dpkg::Build::Env(3perl)
track build environment
MPI_Abort(3)
Terminates MPI execution environment
MPI_Finalize(3)
Terminates MPI execution environment
MPI_Init(3)
Initialize the MPI execution environment
MPI_Init_thread(3)
Initialize the MPI execution environment
MPI_T_init_thread(3)
Initialize the MPI_T execution environment
Tcl_CreateEncoding.tcl85(3), Tcl_GetEncoding(3), Tcl_FreeEncoding(3), Tcl_GetEncodingFromObj(3), Tcl_ExternalToUtfDString(3), Tcl_ExternalToUtf(3), Tcl_UtfToExternalDString(3), Tcl_UtfToExternal(3), Tcl_WinTCharToUtf(3), Tcl_WinUtfToTChar(3), Tcl_GetEncodingName(3), Tcl_SetSystemEncoding(3), Tcl_GetEncodingNameFromEnvironment(3), Tcl_GetEncodingNames(3), Tcl_CreateEncoding(3), Tcl_GetEncodingSearchPath(3), Tcl_SetEncodingSearchPath(3), Tcl_GetDefaultEncodingDir(3), Tcl_SetDefaultEncodingDir(3)
procedures for creating and using encodings
Tcl_CreateEncoding.tcl86(3), Tcl_GetEncoding(3), Tcl_FreeEncoding(3), Tcl_GetEncodingFromObj(3), Tcl_ExternalToUtfDString(3), Tcl_ExternalToUtf(3), Tcl_UtfToExternalDString(3), Tcl_UtfToExternal(3), Tcl_WinTCharToUtf(3), Tcl_WinUtfToTChar(3), Tcl_GetEncodingName(3), Tcl_SetSystemEncoding(3), Tcl_GetEncodingNameFromEnvironment(3), Tcl_GetEncodingNames(3), Tcl_CreateEncoding(3), Tcl_GetEncodingSearchPath(3), Tcl_SetEncodingSearchPath(3), Tcl_GetDefaultEncodingDir(3), Tcl_SetDefaultEncodingDir(3)
procedures for creating and using encodings
Tcl_CreateEncoding.tcl87(3), Tcl_GetEncoding(3), Tcl_FreeEncoding(3), Tcl_GetEncodingFromObj(3), Tcl_ExternalToUtfDString(3), Tcl_ExternalToUtf(3), Tcl_UtfToExternalDString(3), Tcl_UtfToExternal(3), Tcl_GetEncodingName(3), Tcl_SetSystemEncoding(3), Tcl_GetEncodingNameFromEnvironment(3), Tcl_GetEncodingNames(3), Tcl_CreateEncoding(3), Tcl_GetEncodingSearchPath(3), Tcl_SetEncodingSearchPath(3), Tcl_GetDefaultEncodingDir(3), Tcl_SetDefaultEncodingDir(3)
procedures for creating and using encodings
Tcl_PutEnv.tcl85(3), Tcl_PutEnv(3)
procedures to manipulate the environment
Tcl_PutEnv.tcl86(3), Tcl_PutEnv(3)
procedures to manipulate the environment
Tcl_PutEnv.tcl87(3), Tcl_PutEnv(3)
procedures to manipulate the environment
Thunar(1)
File Manager for the Xfce Desktop Environment
WordDBInfo(3)
inverted index usage environment
XbaeCaption(3)
The Bellcore Application Environment (BAE) XbaeCaption widget class
XbaeMatrix(3)
The Bellcore Application Environment (BAE) XbaeMatrix widget class
XmStringCreateSimple(3)
A compound string function that creates a compound string in the language environment of a widget "XmStringCreateSimple" "compound string functions" "XmStringCreateSimple"
aide(1)
Advanced Intrusion Detection Environment
aide.conf(5)
The configuration file for Advanced Intrusion Detection Environment
anjuta(1)
GNOME Integrated Development Environment
anjuta-launcher(1)
GNOME Integrated Development Environment anjuta-launcher normally is not called directly by the user but invoked by anjuta
baudrate(3x), erasechar(3x), erasewchar(3x), has_ic(3x), has_il(3x), killchar(3x), killwchar(3x), longname(3x), term_attrs(3x), termattrs(3x), termname(3x)
curses environment query routines
beadm(1)
Utility to manage Boot Environments with ZFS
beadm(8)
manage boot environments with ZFS
biosig2gdf(1)
converts different biomedical signal file formats into a simplified version of GDF, and can stream the result to stdout. This is useful for reading the data by an unnamed pipe into different programming environment, while a simplified parser can be used to decode the data. The conversion performs a conversion to GDFv3 format, where all channels have the same data type and the same sampling rate
bst-shell(1)
Shell into an element's sandbox environment
byobu-janitor(1)
script for cleaning and upgrading environment after upgrades
byobu-reconnect-sockets(1)
Sourcable script that updates GPG_AGENT_INFO and DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS in the environment
cgi-wrapper(1)
run CGI programs in a secured environment
cgi_init(3), cgi_init (3)
Initialize ClearSilver CGI environment
chrootuid(1)
run command in restricted environment
cinnamon-session(1)
Start the GNOME desktop environment
clion(1)
launch JetBrains CLion Integrated Development Environment
cmake-env-variables(7)
CMake Environment Variables Reference This page lists environment variables that have special meaning to CMake. For general information on environment variables, see the Environment Variables section in the cmake-language manual
crashme(1)
test operating environment software robustness
curl_getenv(3)
return value for environment name
darktable-cltest(1)
check if there is a usable OpenCL environment for darktable to use
dbus-update-activation-environment(1)
update environment used for D-Bus session services
drracket(1)
the Racket programming environment
dune-exec(1), duneN'45'exec(1)
N'45' Execute a command in a similar environment as if installation was performedN'46'
dune-printenv(1), duneN'45'printenv(1)
N'45' Print the environment of a directory
env_parallel(1)
export environment to GNU parallel
envdir(8)
runs another program with environment modified according to files in a specified directory
envsubst(1)
substitutes environment variables in shell format strings
envuidgid(8)
runs another program with environment variables indicating a specified account's uid and gid
evince(1)
GNOME document viewer The Evince Document Viewer application for the GNOME desktop environment
explain_putenv_or_die(3)
change or add an environment variable and report errors require_index { "change or add an environment variable and report errors" }
explain_setenv_or_die(3)
change or add an environment variable and report errors require_index { "change or add an environment variable and report errors" }
explain_unsetenv_or_die(3)
remove an environment variable and report errors require_index { "remove an environment variable and report errors" }
ezjail-admin(8)
Administrate ezjail environment
fakeroot(1)
run a command in an environment faking root privileges for file manipulation
fi_provider(3), fi_prov_ini(3)
External provider entry point fi_param_define / fi_param_get Register and retrieve environment variables with the libfabric core fi_log_enabled / fi_log_ready / fi_log Control and output debug logging information. fi_open / fi_close Open a named library object fi_export_fid / fi_import_fid Share a fabric object between different providers or resources
font-manager(1)
Simple font management for GTK+ desktop environments
fp(1)
Free Pascal Compiler (FPC) integrated development environment
genv(1), env(1)
run a program in a modified environment
getdp(1), GetDP(1)
a General environment for the treatment of Discrete Problems
gie(1)
The Geospatial Integrity Investigation Environment rst2man-indent-level 0 1 rstReportMargin \$1
git-lfs-env(1)
Display the Git LFS environment
gnome-session(1)
Start the GNOME desktop environment
goland(1)
launch JetBrains GoLand Integrated Development Environment
gprintenv(1), printenv(1)
print all or part of environment
grub-editenv(1)
edit GRUB environment block
htdb_load(1)
displays statistics for Berkeley DB environments
htdb_stat(1)
displays statistics for Berkeley DB environments
hugo-env(1)
Print Hugo version and environment info
icedtea-web(1)
provides a Free Software web browser plugin running applets written in the Java programming language and an implementation of Java Web Start, originally based on the NetX project. NetX allows Java applets and applications to be downloaded over the network, cached, and (by default) run in a secure sandbox environment. Subsequent runs of the applet download the latest version automatically. Update and security settings, among others, can be set using the itw-settings command. icedtea-web also includes a plugin to enable Java applets (http://www.java.com/en/download/testjava.jsp) within web browsers. Names and email addresses of contributors to this project can be found in the file AUTHORS in the IcedTea-Web root directory. The full GPLv2 license of this project can be found in the file COPYING in the IcedTea-Web root directory. News about releases of this project can be found in the file NEWS in the IcedTea-Web root directory
icewm-env(5), icewm-env(5)
icewm environment configuration file
idea(1)
launch IntelliJ IDEA Java Integrated Development Environment
install-mh(1)
initialize the nmh environment
install-mh(8)
initialize the MH environment
koi8rxterm(1)
X terminal emulator for KOI8-R environments
labwc-environment(5), labwc(5)
environment
lazarus-ide(1), Lazarus(1)
is a Rapid Application Development (RAD) for the Free Pascal Compiler (FPC) including an Integrated Development Environment (IDE)
ldap.conf(5), .ldaprc(5)
LDAP configuration file/environment variables
libcurl-env(3)
environment variables libcurl understands
libssh2_channel_setenv_ex(3)
set an environment variable on the channel
lis_finalize(3)
finalize the execution environment
lis_finalize(3f)
finalize the execution environment
lis_initialize(3)
initialize the execution environment
lis_initialize(3f)
initialize the execution environment
lisp(1)
CMU Common Lisp programming environment
mate-calc(1) - (mate-calculator)
The MATE Desktop Environment Calculator
mate-calc-cmd(1)
A console calculator for the MATE Desktop Environment
mate-panel(1)
The Panel for the MATE Desktop Environment
mate-session(1)
Start the MATE Desktop Environment
mbkgetenv(3)
get an environment variable man1/alc_origin.1
mdb_copy(1)
LMDB environment copy tool
mdb_dump(1)
LMDB environment export tool
mdb_load(1)
LMDB environment import tool
mdb_stat(1)
LMDB environment status tool
mdbx_copy(1)
MDBX environment copy tool
mdbx_dump(1)
MDBX environment export tool
mdbx_load(1)
MDBX environment import tool
mdbx_stat(1)
MDBX environment status tool
mkc_which(1), locate(1)
a program file in the users $PATH environment variable
mmh(1)
initialize the mmh environment
msktutil(1)
fetches and manages kerberos keytabs in an Active Directory environment
mtext_getenv(3m17n)
Get an environment variable
mtext_putenv(3m17n)
Change or add an environment variable
multiwatch(1)
forks and watches multiple instances of a program in the same environment
nn_env(7)
nanomsg environment variables
notcurses-info(1)
Display information about the terminal environment
ocf_heartbeat_ManageVE(7)
Manages an OpenVZ Virtual Environment (VE)
ocf_heartbeat_tomcat(7)
Manages a Tomcat servlet environment instance
opam-exec(1), opamN'45'exec(1)
N'45' Executes a command in the proper opam environment
openscad(1)
script file based graphical CAD environment
openssl-env(7ossl)
OpenSSL environment variables
page_env(3), page_envHx509 environment functions(3)
See the library functions here: hx509 environment functions
pfe(1), PFE(1)
manual page for Portable Forth Environment 0.33.71
phpstorm(1)
launch JetBrains PhpStorm Integrated Development Environment
portsreinstall-chroot(8)
Support utility for portsreinstall(8) to build packages in a virtual environment
portsreinstall-chroot-mount(8)
Support utility for portsreinstall(8) to mount and unmount a builder environment at the grand host environment
portsreinstall-upgrade(8)
Support utility for portsreinstall(8) to update a target environment using packages built in a builder environment
procenv(1)
display process environment details Vb " Begin verbatim text CW \$1 . Ve " End verbatim text R
pvm_export(3), pvm_unexport(3)
Mark environment variables to export through spawn
pxe-pdhcp(8)
An implementation of Preboot Execution Environment (PXE) server
qchroot(8)
Utility for deployment of chroot environments
qjail(8)
Utility for deployment of jail environments
rabbitmq-env.conf(5)
environment variables used by RabbitMQ server
rancid.conf(5)
rancid environment configuration file
rarun2(1)
radare2 utility to run programs in exotic environments
resize(1)
set environment and terminal settings to current xterm window size
rubymine(1)
launch RubyMine Integrated Development Environment
runenv(8)
run a program with a modified environment
runtool(8)
run a program in a configured process environment
sc-config(1)
The sc-config program is used to obtain information about MPQC's compile time environment
sc_DistSCMatrixKit(3), sc::DistSCMatrixKit(3)
The DistSCMatrixKit produces matrices that work in a many processor environment
sc_LocalSCMatrixKit(3), sc::LocalSCMatrixKit(3)
The LocalSCMatrixKit produces matrices that work in a single processor environment
sc_ProcThreadGrp(3), sc::ProcThreadGrp(3)
The ProcThreadGrp class privides a concrete thread group appropriate for an environment where there is only one thread
sc_PthreadThreadGrp(3), sc::PthreadThreadGrp(3)
The PthreadThreadGrp class privides a concrete thread group appropriate for an environment where pthreads is available
sc_ReplSCMatrixKit(3), sc::ReplSCMatrixKit(3)
The ReplSCMatrixKit produces matrices that work in a many processor environment
scheme(1), MIT/GNU Scheme(1)
Scheme development environment
shtk_process_run(3)
Executes a command in a controlled environment
skkinput(1)
Japanese Input Method on X environment (Ver 2.06.4)
slogencrypt(1)
Encrypt existing plain text log files using the syslog-ng secure logging environment
spot-x(7)
Common fine-tuning options and environment variables
startlxde(1)
X session script to prepare environment and run lxsession
theide(1)
(hy A good integrated development environment, designed for developing large C++ applications
uxterm(1)
X terminal emulator for Unicode (UTF-8) environments
webstorm(1)
launch JetBrains WebStorm Integrated Development Environment
window(1)
window environment
winetricks(1)
manage virtual Windows environments using Wine
xdg-settings(1)
get various settings from the desktop environment
xfce4-session(1)
Starts up the Xfce Desktop Environment
xfdesktop(1)
The Xfce 4 Desktop Environment's desktop manager
xtexcad(1)
drawing utility that produces LaTeX \picture environments
xwpe(1), xwe(1), wpe(1), we(1)
X-Window Programming Environment
xymonclient.cfg(5)
Xymon client environment variables
xymoncmd(1)
Run a Xymon command with environment set
xymonserver.cfg(5)
Xymon environment variables
AnyEvent(3)
the DBI of event loop programming EV, Event, Glib, Tk, UV, Perl, Event::Lib, Irssi, rxvt-unicode, IO::Async, Qt, FLTK and POE are various supported event loops/environments
App::Options(3)
Combine command line options, environment vars, and option file values (for program configuration)
App::Yath::Command::spawn(3)
Launch a perl script from the preloaded environment
Bio::Glite(3)
G-language Genome Analysis Environment REST service interface module
CPAN::Testers::Fact::TestEnvironment(3)
Environment vars and other local context during a CPAN Testers report
CPANPLUS::Config::HomeEnv(3)
Set the environment for the CPANPLUS base dir
Carton::Doc::Check(3)
Check if your cpanfile and local environment are in sync
Carton::Doc::Exec(3)
execute your script in a carton local environment
Catalyst::Plugin::ConfigLoader::Environment(3)
Configure your application with environment variables
Catalyst::Plugin::Setenv(3)
Allows you to set up the environment from Catalyst's config file
Cisco::UCS::Common::EnvironmentalStats(3)
Class for operations with Cisco UCS environmental stati
Config::Wrest(3)
Read and write Configuration data With References, Environment variables, Sections, and Templating
DBIx::Class::Schema::Loader::Optional::Dependencies(3), $class(3)
Optional module dependency specifications (for module authors) EOC #@@ #@@ SYNOPSIS HEADING #@@ push @chunks, <<"EOC"; =head1 SYNOPSIS Somewhere in your build-file (e.g. ExtUtils::MakeMaker's Makefile.PL): ... e$EUMM_ARGS{CONFIGURE_REQUIRES} = { e%{ e$EUMM_ARGS{CONFIGURE_REQUIRES} || {} }, DBIx::Class::Schema::Loader => $distver, }; ... my %DBIC_CONFIG_AND_ORACLE_DEPS = %{ eval { require $class; $class->req_list_for([qw( dbicdump_config rdbms_oracle )]); } || {} }; e$EUMM_ARGS{PREREQ_PM} = { e%DBIC_CONFIG_AND_ORACLE_DEPS, e%{ e$EUMM_ARGS{PREREQ_PM} || {} }, }; ... ExtUtils::MakeMaker::WriteMakefile(e%EUMM_ARGS); Note: The eval protection within the example is due to support for requirements during the configure build phase not being available on a sufficient portion of production installations of Perl. Robust support for such dependency requirements is available in the CPAN installer only since version 1.94_56 first made available for production with perl version 5.12. It is the belief of the current maintainer that support for requirements during the configure build phase will not be sufficiently ubiquitous until the year 2020 at the earliest, hence the extra care demonstrated above. It should also be noted that some 3rd party installers (e.g. cpanminus) do the right thing with configure requirements independent from the versions of perl and CPAN available. EOC #@@ #@@ DESCRIPTION HEADING #@@ push @chunks, <<'EOC'; =head1 DESCRIPTION Some of the less-frequently used features of DBIx::Class::Schema::Loader have external module dependencies on their own. In order not to burden the average user with modules they will never use, these optional dependencies are not included in the base Makefile.PL. Instead an exception with a descriptive message is thrown when a specific feature can't find one or several modules required for its operation. This module is the central holding place for the current list of such dependencies, for DBIx::Class::Schema::Loader core authors, and DBIx::Class::Schema::Loader extension authors alike. Dependencies are organized in groups where each group can list one or more required modules, with an optional minimum version (or 0 for any version). In addition groups prefixed with test_ can specify a set of environment variables, some (or all) of which are marked as required for the group to be considered by req_list_for Each group name (or a combination thereof) can be used in the public methods as described below. EOC #@@ #@@ REQUIREMENT GROUPLIST HEADING #@@ push @chunks, '=head1 CURRENT REQUIREMENT GROUPS'; my $standalone_info; for my $group (sort keys %$dbic_reqs) { my $info = $standalone_info->{$group} ||= $class->_groups_to_reqs($group); next unless ( $info->{modreqs_fully_documented} and ( $info->{augments} or $info->{modreqs} ) ); my $p = $dbic_reqs->{$group}{pod}; push @chunks, ( "=head2 $p->{title}", "=head3 $group", $p->{desc}, =over, ); if ( keys %{ $info->{modreqs}||{} } ) { push @chunks, map { "=item * $_" . ($info->{modreqs}{$_} ? " >= $info->{modreqs}{$_}" : ) } ( sort keys %{ $info->{modreqs} } ) ; } else { push @chunks, =item * No standalone requirements, } push @chunks, =back; for my $ag ( sort keys %{ $info->{augments} || {} } ) { my $ag_info = $standalone_info->{$ag} ||= $class->_groups_to_reqs($ag); my $newreqs = $class->modreq_list_for([ $group, $ag ]); for (keys %$newreqs) { delete $newreqs->{$_} if ( ( defined $info->{modreqs}{$_} and $info->{modreqs}{$_} == $newreqs->{$_} ) or ( defined $ag_info->{modreqs}{$_} and $ag_info->{modreqs}{$_} == $newreqs->{$_} ) ); } if (keys %$newreqs) { push @chunks, ( "Combined with L</$ag> additionally requires:", =over, ( map { "=item * $_" . ($newreqs->{$_} ? " >= $newreqs->{$_}" : ) } ( sort keys %$newreqs ) ), =back, ); } } } #@@ #@@ API DOCUMENTATION HEADING #@@ push @chunks, <<'EOC';
DBIx::Class::StartupCheck(3)
Run environment checks on startup
DBIx::DBHResolver(3)
Resolve database connection on the environment has many database servers
Devel::REPL::Plugin::CompletionDriver::LexEnv(3)
Complete variable names in the REPL's lexical environment
Devel::REPL::Plugin::LexEnv(3)
Provide a lexical environment for the REPL
Dir::Project(3)
Project Environment determination
Env(3)
perl module that imports environment variables as scalars or arrays
Eval::TypeTiny(3)
utility to evaluate a string of Perl code in a clean environment
File::SearchPath(3)
Search for a file in an environment variable path
Gantry::Conf::FAQ(3)
Frequently Asked Questions regarding Gantry::Conf "Why should I use Gantry::Conf at all?" 4 Item "Why should I use Gantry::Conf at all?" There are many reasons why we feel Gantry::Conf is helpful both during development and after deployment. The next two entries should hopefully answer this question for you as they outline a few common scenarios programmers and system administrators often face. "How is Gantry::Conf helpful during development?" 4 Item "How is Gantry::Conf helpful during development?" "Easy separation of development configs from production configs" 4 Item "Easy separation of development configs from production configs" Often programmers have a separate development environment from their production environment. By using <shared> blocks and dev instances you can avoid spending any serious time setting up your application in the development environment. Take this configuration example: <shared dev> dbuser nobody dbpass secret dbconn "dbi:Pg:dbname=dev" </shared> <shared production> dbuser apache dbpass secret2 dbconn "dbi:Pg:dbname=production" </shared> <instance app1> ConfigureVia FlatFile Config::General /etc/apps/app1.conf use production </instance> <instance app1-dev> ConfigureVia FlatFile Config::General /etc/apps/app1.conf use dev </instance> By separating out our production and dev database information into shared blocks we can essentially switch between our production and dev environments by simply changing the instance we are using. If you were working on a script this would be a simple matter of running: $ script.pl --instance=app1-dev instead of: $ script.pl --instance=app1 "How is Gatnry::Conf helpful in production?" 4 Item "How is Gatnry::Conf helpful in production?" Gantry::Conf has several advantages in a production environment. First, it provides a single place for all config information, if you commit to it. Even if you don't commit to it for all apps, it still provides control to the installing admin over how and where conf information is stored. For instance, the admin could put the config information directly into /etc/gantry.conf, or into a separate file in /etc/gantry.d. She could even set up a secure web server where all boxes would go to get their conf. The short answer is, Gantry::Conf is flexible and production environments benefit from flexibility. "How do I pass my instance information into my application?" 4 Item "How do I pass my instance information into my application?" There are many possible ways to do this a few of which are: "Command line arguments" 4 Item "Command line arguments" If your application accepts arguments on the command line we suggest adding an --instance option to pass in the instance's name. "PerlSetVar" 4 Item "PerlSetVar" In a mod_perl environment you could use a PerlSetVar, possibly named GantryConfInstance, to pull in this value for your application. "ModPerl::ParamBuilder" 4 Item "ModPerl::ParamBuilder" Again in a mod_perl environment, another option would be to use ModPerl::ParamBuilder to pass the instance name. "Hard coded" 4 Item "Hard coded" We include this for the sake of completeness, but advise against it. You could always simply hard code your instance information into your application, but this will greatly reduce the flexibility you have. "How do I add a different provider for an existing ConfigVia method?" 4 Item "How do I add a different provider for an existing ConfigVia method?" Place your provider module in the Gantry::Conf::Provider::Method::* namespace. Make sure your public API matches the existing providers which use the same method. For instance the flat file providers all implement a config method which is called as a class method and receives a file name. "How do I add to the ConfigVia methods?" 4 Item "How do I add to the ConfigVia methods?" If none of the existing provider methods will do, you need to work in Gantry::Conf. In particular, you need to augment the dispatch hash with the name of your provisioning method and a sub name which will handle it. Then you need to implement the method you put in %dispatch
Get_Environment(4)
get a tool's environment
Goo::Environment(3)
Provide details about the environment The Goo is running in
Goo::Thing(3)
A "Thing" in your working environment that you can do actions to
HTML::Mason::CGIHandler(3)
Use Mason in a CGI environment
HTML::Perlinfo::Loaded(3)
Post-execution HTML dump of loaded modules and environment variables
HTTP::Request::AsCGI(3)
Set up a CGI environment from an HTTP::Request
HTTP::Server::Simple::CGI::Environment(3)
a HTTP::Server::Simple mixin to provide the CGI protocol
IPC::ShellCmd(3)
Run a command with a given environment and capture output
Jifty::Script::Env(3)
access the Jifty environment
LWP::UserAgent::POE(3)
Drop-in LWP::UserAgent replacement in POE environments
MPI_Abort(3)
Terminates MPI execution environment
MPI_Finalize(3), MPI_Finalize (3)
Terminates MPI execution environment
MPI_Init(3)
Initializes the MPI execution environment
MPI_Init_thread(3)
Initializes the MPI execution environment
Module::Install::With(3)
find environnement for Module::Install
Net::Amazon::EC2(3)
Perl interface to the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) environment
Net::Packet::Env(3)
environment object used for frame capture/injection
PAR::Environment(3)
Index and reference of PAR environment variables
POE::API::Peek(3)
Peek into the internals of a running POE environment
Paws::ElasticBeanstalk::AbortEnvironmentUpdate(3)
Arguments for method AbortEnvironmentUpdate on Paws::ElasticBeanstalk
Paws::ElasticBeanstalk::CreateEnvironment(3)
Arguments for method CreateEnvironment on Paws::ElasticBeanstalk
Paws::ElasticBeanstalk::DeleteEnvironmentConfiguration(3)
Arguments for method DeleteEnvironmentConfiguration on Paws::ElasticBeanstalk
Paws::ElasticBeanstalk::DescribeEnvironmentResources(3)
Arguments for method DescribeEnvironmentResources on Paws::ElasticBeanstalk
Paws::ElasticBeanstalk::DescribeEnvironments(3)
Arguments for method DescribeEnvironments on Paws::ElasticBeanstalk
Paws::ElasticBeanstalk::RebuildEnvironment(3)
Arguments for method RebuildEnvironment on Paws::ElasticBeanstalk
Paws::ElasticBeanstalk::RequestEnvironmentInfo(3)
Arguments for method RequestEnvironmentInfo on Paws::ElasticBeanstalk
Paws::ElasticBeanstalk::RetrieveEnvironmentInfo(3)
Arguments for method RetrieveEnvironmentInfo on Paws::ElasticBeanstalk
Paws::ElasticBeanstalk::SwapEnvironmentCNAMEs(3)
Arguments for method SwapEnvironmentCNAMEs on Paws::ElasticBeanstalk
Paws::ElasticBeanstalk::TerminateEnvironment(3)
Arguments for method TerminateEnvironment on Paws::ElasticBeanstalk
Paws::ElasticBeanstalk::UpdateEnvironment(3)
Arguments for method UpdateEnvironment on Paws::ElasticBeanstalk
Plack::Middleware::Debug::Environment(3)
Debug panel to inspect the environment
Plack::Middleware::ForceEnv(3)
Force set environment variables for testing
Plack::Session::Cleanup(3)
Run code when the environment is destroyed
SVK::Help::Environment(3)
A list of svk's environment variables
Set_Environment(4)
set a tool's environment
Shell::EnvImporter(3)
Perl extension for importing environment variable changes from external commands or shell scripts
Shell::GetEnv(3)
extract the environment from a shell after executing commands
Shell::GetEnv::Dumper(3)
store and retrieve environment
Shell::Source(3)
run programs and inherit environment changes
TAP::Harness::Env(3)
Parsing harness related environmental variables where appropriate
Task::Tiny(3)
install a lightweight development environment
Template::Magic::HTML(3)
HTML handlers for Template::Magic used in a HTML environment
Term::ShellUI(3)
A fully-featured shell-like command line environment
Test2::Plugin::SRand(3)
Control the random seed for more controlled test environments
Test2::Require::AuthorTesting(3)
Only run a test when the AUTHOR_TESTING environment variable is set
Test2::Require::EnvVar(3)
Only run a test when a specific environment variable is set
Test::InDistDir(3)
test environment setup for development with IDE
WWW::Scripter::WindowGroup(3)
Multiple-window browsing environment
Workflow::Condition(3)
Evaluate a condition depending on the workflow state and environment
certbot(1)
certbot script documentation 0.0 3.5 C usage: certbot [SUBCOMMAND] [options] [-d DOMAIN] [-d DOMAIN] ... Certbot can obtain and install HTTPS/TLS/SSL certificates. By default, it will attempt to use a webserver both for obtaining and installing the certificate. The most common SUBCOMMANDS and flags are: obtain, install, and renew certificates: (default) run Obtain & install a certificate in your current webserver certonly Obtain or renew a certificate, but do not install it renew Renew all previously obtained certificates that are near expiry enhance Add security enhancements to your existing configuration -d DOMAINS Comma-separated list of domains to obtain a certificate for --apache Use the Apache plugin for authentication & installation --standalone Run a standalone webserver for authentication --nginx Use the Nginx plugin for authentication & installation --webroot Place files in a server(aqs webroot folder for authentication --manual Obtain certificates interactively, or using shell script hooks -n Run non-interactively --test-cert Obtain a test certificate from a staging server --dry-run Test "renew" or "certonly" without saving any certificates to disk manage certificates: certificates Display information about certificates you have from Certbot revoke Revoke a certificate (supply --cert-name or --cert-path) delete Delete a certificate (supply --cert-name) manage your account: register Create an ACME account unregister Deactivate an ACME account update_account Update an ACME account --agree-tos Agree to the ACME server(aqs Subscriber Agreement -m EMAIL Email address for important account notifications optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -c CONFIG_FILE, --config CONFIG_FILE path to config file (default: /etc/letsencrypt/cli.ini and ~/.config/letsencrypt/cli.ini) -v, --verbose This flag can be used multiple times to incrementally increase the verbosity of output, e.g. -vvv. (default: 0) --max-log-backups MAX_LOG_BACKUPS Specifies the maximum number of backup logs that should be kept by Certbot(aqs built in log rotation. Setting this flag to 0 disables log rotation entirely, causing Certbot to always append to the same log file. (default: 1000) -n, --non-interactive, --noninteractive Run without ever asking for user input. This may require additional command line flags; the client will try to explain which ones are required if it finds one missing (default: False) --force-interactive Force Certbot to be interactive even if it detects it(aqs not being run in a terminal. This flag cannot be used with the renew subcommand. (default: False) -d DOMAIN, --domains DOMAIN, --domain DOMAIN Domain names to apply. For multiple domains you can use multiple -d flags or enter a comma separated list of domains as a parameter. The first domain provided will be the subject CN of the certificate, and all domains will be Subject Alternative Names on the certificate. The first domain will also be used in some software user interfaces and as the file paths for the certificate and related material unless otherwise specified or you already have a certificate with the same name. In the case of a name collision it will append a number like 0001 to the file path name. (default: Ask) --eab-kid EAB_KID Key Identifier for External Account Binding (default: None) --eab-hmac-key EAB_HMAC_KEY HMAC key for External Account Binding (default: None) --cert-name CERTNAME Certificate name to apply. This name is used by Certbot for housekeeping and in file paths; it doesn(aqt affect the content of the certificate itself. To see certificate names, run (aqcertbot certificates(aq. When creating a new certificate, specifies the new certificate(aqs name. (default: the first provided domain or the name of an existing certificate on your system for the same domains) --dry-run Perform a test run of the client, obtaining test (invalid) certificates but not saving them to disk. This can currently only be used with the (aqcertonly(aq and (aqrenew(aq subcommands. Note: Although --dry-run tries to avoid making any persistent changes on a system, it is not completely side-effect free: if used with webserver authenticator plugins like apache and nginx, it makes and then reverts temporary config changes in order to obtain test certificates, and reloads webservers to deploy and then roll back those changes. It also calls --pre-hook and --post-hook commands if they are defined because they may be necessary to accurately simulate renewal. --deploy- hook commands are not called. (default: False) --debug-challenges After setting up challenges, wait for user input before submitting to CA (default: False) --preferred-chain PREFERRED_CHAIN If the CA offers multiple certificate chains, prefer the chain whose topmost certificate was issued from this Subject Common Name. If no match, the default offered chain will be used. (default: None) --preferred-challenges PREF_CHALLS A sorted, comma delimited list of the preferred challenge to use during authorization with the most preferred challenge listed first (Eg, "dns" or "http,dns"). Not all plugins support all challenges. See https://certbot.eff.org/docs/using.html#plugins for details. ACME Challenges are versioned, but if you pick "http" rather than "http-01", Certbot will select the latest version automatically. (default: []) --user-agent USER_AGENT Set a custom user agent string for the client. User agent strings allow the CA to collect high level statistics about success rates by OS, plugin and use case, and to know when to deprecate support for past Python versions and flags. If you wish to hide this information from the Let(aqs Encrypt server, set this to "". (default: CertbotACMEClient/1.17.0 (certbot; OS_NAME OS_VERSION) Authenticator/XXX Installer/YYY (SUBCOMMAND; flags: FLAGS) Py/major.minor.patchlevel). The flags encoded in the user agent are: --duplicate, --force-renew, --allow-subset-of-names, -n, and whether any hooks are set. --user-agent-comment USER_AGENT_COMMENT Add a comment to the default user agent string. May be used when repackaging Certbot or calling it from another tool to allow additional statistical data to be collected. Ignored if --user-agent is set. (Example: Foo-Wrapper/1.0) (default: None) automation: Flags for automating execution & other tweaks --keep-until-expiring, --keep, --reinstall If the requested certificate matches an existing certificate, always keep the existing one until it is due for renewal (for the (aqrun(aq subcommand this means reinstall the existing certificate). (default: Ask) --expand If an existing certificate is a strict subset of the requested names, always expand and replace it with the additional names. (default: Ask) --version show program(aqs version number and exit --force-renewal, --renew-by-default If a certificate already exists for the requested domains, renew it now, regardless of whether it is near expiry. (Often --keep-until-expiring is more appropriate). Also implies --expand. (default: False) --renew-with-new-domains If a certificate already exists for the requested certificate name but does not match the requested domains, renew it now, regardless of whether it is near expiry. (default: False) --reuse-key When renewing, use the same private key as the existing certificate. (default: False) --allow-subset-of-names When performing domain validation, do not consider it a failure if authorizations can not be obtained for a strict subset of the requested domains. This may be useful for allowing renewals for multiple domains to succeed even if some domains no longer point at this system. This option cannot be used with --csr. (default: False) --agree-tos Agree to the ACME Subscriber Agreement (default: Ask) --duplicate Allow making a certificate lineage that duplicates an existing one (both can be renewed in parallel) (default: False) -q, --quiet Silence all output except errors. Useful for automation via cron. Implies --non-interactive. (default: False) security: Security parameters & server settings --rsa-key-size N Size of the RSA key. (default: 2048) --key-type {rsa,ecdsa} Type of generated private key(Only *ONE* per invocation can be provided at this time) (default: rsa) --elliptic-curve N The SECG elliptic curve name to use. Please see RFC 8446 for supported values. (default: secp256r1) --must-staple Adds the OCSP Must Staple extension to the certificate. Autoconfigures OCSP Stapling for supported setups (Apache version >= 2.3.3 ). (default: False) --redirect Automatically redirect all HTTP traffic to HTTPS for the newly authenticated vhost. (default: redirect enabled for install and run, disabled for enhance) --no-redirect Do not automatically redirect all HTTP traffic to HTTPS for the newly authenticated vhost. (default: redirect enabled for install and run, disabled for enhance) --hsts Add the Strict-Transport-Security header to every HTTP response. Forcing browser to always use SSL for the domain. Defends against SSL Stripping. (default: None) --uir Add the "Content-Security-Policy: upgrade-insecure- requests" header to every HTTP response. Forcing the browser to use https:// for every http:// resource. (default: None) --staple-ocsp Enables OCSP Stapling. A valid OCSP response is stapled to the certificate that the server offers during TLS. (default: None) --strict-permissions Require that all configuration files are owned by the current user; only needed if your config is somewhere unsafe like /tmp/ (default: False) --auto-hsts Gradually increasing max-age value for HTTP Strict Transport Security security header (default: False) testing: The following flags are meant for testing and integration purposes only. --test-cert, --staging Use the staging server to obtain or revoke test (invalid) certificates; equivalent to --server https://acme-staging-v02.api.letsencrypt.org/directory (default: False) --debug Show tracebacks in case of errors (default: False) --no-verify-ssl Disable verification of the ACME server(aqs certificate. (default: False) --http-01-port HTTP01_PORT Port used in the http-01 challenge. This only affects the port Certbot listens on. A conforming ACME server will still attempt to connect on port 80. (default: 80) --http-01-address HTTP01_ADDRESS The address the server listens to during http-01 challenge. (default: ) --https-port HTTPS_PORT Port used to serve HTTPS. This affects which port Nginx will listen on after a LE certificate is installed. (default: 443) --break-my-certs Be willing to replace or renew valid certificates with invalid (testing/staging) certificates (default: False) paths: Flags for changing execution paths & servers --cert-path CERT_PATH Path to where certificate is saved (with certonly --csr), installed from, or revoked (default: None) --key-path KEY_PATH Path to private key for certificate installation or revocation (if account key is missing) (default: None) --fullchain-path FULLCHAIN_PATH Accompanying path to a full certificate chain (certificate plus chain). (default: None) --chain-path CHAIN_PATH Accompanying path to a certificate chain. (default: None) --config-dir CONFIG_DIR Configuration directory. (default: /etc/letsencrypt) --work-dir WORK_DIR Working directory. (default: /var/lib/letsencrypt) --logs-dir LOGS_DIR Logs directory. (default: /var/log/letsencrypt) --server SERVER ACME Directory Resource URI. (default: https://acme-v02.api.letsencrypt.org/directory) manage: Various subcommands and flags are available for managing your certificates: certificates List certificates managed by Certbot delete Clean up all files related to a certificate renew Renew all certificates (or one specified with --cert- name) revoke Revoke a certificate specified with --cert-path or --cert-name update_symlinks Recreate symlinks in your /etc/letsencrypt/live/ directory run: Options for obtaining & installing certificates certonly: Options for modifying how a certificate is obtained --csr CSR Path to a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) in DER or PEM format. Currently --csr only works with the (aqcertonly(aq subcommand. (default: None) renew: The (aqrenew(aq subcommand will attempt to renew all certificates (or more precisely, certificate lineages) you have previously obtained if they are close to expiry, and print a summary of the results. By default, (aqrenew(aq will reuse the options used to create obtain or most recently successfully renew each certificate lineage. You can try it with (ga--dry-run(ga first. For more fine-grained control, you can renew individual lineages with the (gacertonly(ga subcommand. Hooks are available to run commands before and after renewal; see https://certbot.eff.org/docs/using.html#renewal for more information on these. --pre-hook PRE_HOOK Command to be run in a shell before obtaining any certificates. Intended primarily for renewal, where it can be used to temporarily shut down a webserver that might conflict with the standalone plugin. This will only be called if a certificate is actually to be obtained/renewed. When renewing several certificates that have identical pre-hooks, only the first will be executed. (default: None) --post-hook POST_HOOK Command to be run in a shell after attempting to obtain/renew certificates. Can be used to deploy renewed certificates, or to restart any servers that were stopped by --pre-hook. This is only run if an attempt was made to obtain/renew a certificate. If multiple renewed certificates have identical post- hooks, only one will be run. (default: None) --deploy-hook DEPLOY_HOOK Command to be run in a shell once for each successfully issued certificate. For this command, the shell variable $RENEWED_LINEAGE will point to the config live subdirectory (for example, "/etc/letsencrypt/live/example.com") containing the new certificates and keys; the shell variable $RENEWED_DOMAINS will contain a space-delimited list of renewed certificate domains (for example, "example.com www.example.com" (default: None) --disable-hook-validation Ordinarily the commands specified for --pre- hook/--post-hook/--deploy-hook will be checked for validity, to see if the programs being run are in the $PATH, so that mistakes can be caught early, even when the hooks aren(aqt being run just yet. The validation is rather simplistic and fails if you use more advanced shell constructs, so you can use this switch to disable it. (default: False) --no-directory-hooks Disable running executables found in Certbot(aqs hook directories during renewal. (default: False) --disable-renew-updates Disable automatic updates to your server configuration that would otherwise be done by the selected installer plugin, and triggered when the user executes "certbot renew", regardless of if the certificate is renewed. This setting does not apply to important TLS configuration updates. (default: False) --no-autorenew Disable auto renewal of certificates. (default: True) certificates: List certificates managed by Certbot delete: Options for deleting a certificate revoke: Options for revocation of certificates --reason {unspecified,keycompromise,affiliationchanged,superseded,cessationofoperation} Specify reason for revoking certificate. (default: unspecified) --delete-after-revoke Delete certificates after revoking them, along with all previous and later versions of those certificates. (default: None) --no-delete-after-revoke Do not delete certificates after revoking them. This option should be used with caution because the (aqrenew(aq subcommand will attempt to renew undeleted revoked certificates. (default: None) register: Options for account registration --register-unsafely-without-email Specifying this flag enables registering an account with no email address. This is strongly discouraged, because you will be unable to receive notice about impending expiration or revocation of your certificates or problems with your Certbot installation that will lead to failure to renew. (default: False) -m EMAIL, --email EMAIL Email used for registration and recovery contact. Use comma to register multiple emails, ex: u1@example.com,u2@example.com. (default: Ask). --eff-email Share your e-mail address with EFF (default: None) --no-eff-email Don(aqt share your e-mail address with EFF (default: None) update_account: Options for account modification unregister: Options for account deactivation. --account ACCOUNT_ID Account ID to use (default: None) install: Options for modifying how a certificate is deployed rollback: Options for rolling back server configuration changes --checkpoints N Revert configuration N number of checkpoints. (default: 1) plugins: Options for the "plugins" subcommand --init Initialize plugins. (default: False) --prepare Initialize and prepare plugins. (default: False) --authenticators Limit to authenticator plugins only. (default: None) --installers Limit to installer plugins only. (default: None) update_symlinks: Recreates certificate and key symlinks in /etc/letsencrypt/live, if you changed them by hand or edited a renewal configuration file enhance: Helps to harden the TLS configuration by adding security enhancements to already existing configuration. plugins: Plugin Selection: Certbot client supports an extensible plugins architecture. See (aqcertbot plugins(aq for a list of all installed plugins and their names. You can force a particular plugin by setting options provided below. Running --help <plugin_name> will list flags specific to that plugin. --configurator CONFIGURATOR Name of the plugin that is both an authenticator and an installer. Should not be used together with --authenticator or --installer. (default: Ask) -a AUTHENTICATOR, --authenticator AUTHENTICATOR Authenticator plugin name. (default: None) -i INSTALLER, --installer INSTALLER Installer plugin name (also used to find domains). (default: None) --apache Obtain and install certificates using Apache (default: False) --nginx Obtain and install certificates using Nginx (default: False) --standalone Obtain certificates using a "standalone" webserver. (default: False) --manual Provide laborious manual instructions for obtaining a certificate (default: False) --webroot Obtain certificates by placing files in a webroot directory. (default: False) --dns-cloudflare Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using Cloudflare for DNS). (default: False) --dns-cloudxns Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using CloudXNS for DNS). (default: False) --dns-digitalocean Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using DigitalOcean for DNS). (default: False) --dns-dnsimple Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using DNSimple for DNS). (default: False) --dns-dnsmadeeasy Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using DNS Made Easy for DNS). (default: False) --dns-gehirn Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using Gehirn Infrastructure Service for DNS). (default: False) --dns-google Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using Google Cloud DNS). (default: False) --dns-linode Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using Linode for DNS). (default: False) --dns-luadns Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using LuaDNS for DNS). (default: False) --dns-nsone Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using NS1 for DNS). (default: False) --dns-ovh Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using OVH for DNS). (default: False) --dns-rfc2136 Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using BIND for DNS). (default: False) --dns-route53 Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using Route53 for DNS). (default: False) --dns-sakuracloud Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using Sakura Cloud for DNS). (default: False) apache: Apache Web Server plugin (Please note that the default values of the Apache plugin options change depending on the operating system Certbot is run on.) --apache-enmod APACHE_ENMOD Path to the Apache (aqa2enmod(aq binary (default: None) --apache-dismod APACHE_DISMOD Path to the Apache (aqa2dismod(aq binary (default: None) --apache-le-vhost-ext APACHE_LE_VHOST_EXT SSL vhost configuration extension (default: -le- ssl.conf) --apache-server-root APACHE_SERVER_ROOT Apache server root directory (default: /etc/apache2) --apache-vhost-root APACHE_VHOST_ROOT Apache server VirtualHost configuration root (default: None) --apache-logs-root APACHE_LOGS_ROOT Apache server logs directory (default: /var/log/apache2) --apache-challenge-location APACHE_CHALLENGE_LOCATION Directory path for challenge configuration (default: /etc/apache2) --apache-handle-modules APACHE_HANDLE_MODULES Let installer handle enabling required modules for you (Only Ubuntu/Debian currently) (default: False) --apache-handle-sites APACHE_HANDLE_SITES Let installer handle enabling sites for you (Only Ubuntu/Debian currently) (default: False) --apache-ctl APACHE_CTL Full path to Apache control script (default: apache2ctl) --apache-bin APACHE_BIN Full path to apache2/httpd binary (default: None) dns-cloudflare: Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using Cloudflare for DNS). --dns-cloudflare-propagation-seconds DNS_CLOUDFLARE_PROPAGATION_SECONDS The number of seconds to wait for DNS to propagate before asking the ACME server to verify the DNS record. (default: 10) --dns-cloudflare-credentials DNS_CLOUDFLARE_CREDENTIALS Cloudflare credentials INI file. (default: None) dns-cloudxns: Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using CloudXNS for DNS). --dns-cloudxns-propagation-seconds DNS_CLOUDXNS_PROPAGATION_SECONDS The number of seconds to wait for DNS to propagate before asking the ACME server to verify the DNS record. (default: 30) --dns-cloudxns-credentials DNS_CLOUDXNS_CREDENTIALS CloudXNS credentials INI file. (default: None) dns-digitalocean: Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using DigitalOcean for DNS). --dns-digitalocean-propagation-seconds DNS_DIGITALOCEAN_PROPAGATION_SECONDS The number of seconds to wait for DNS to propagate before asking the ACME server to verify the DNS record. (default: 10) --dns-digitalocean-credentials DNS_DIGITALOCEAN_CREDENTIALS DigitalOcean credentials INI file. (default: None) dns-dnsimple: Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using DNSimple for DNS). --dns-dnsimple-propagation-seconds DNS_DNSIMPLE_PROPAGATION_SECONDS The number of seconds to wait for DNS to propagate before asking the ACME server to verify the DNS record. (default: 30) --dns-dnsimple-credentials DNS_DNSIMPLE_CREDENTIALS DNSimple credentials INI file. (default: None) dns-dnsmadeeasy: Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using DNS Made Easy for DNS). --dns-dnsmadeeasy-propagation-seconds DNS_DNSMADEEASY_PROPAGATION_SECONDS The number of seconds to wait for DNS to propagate before asking the ACME server to verify the DNS record. (default: 60) --dns-dnsmadeeasy-credentials DNS_DNSMADEEASY_CREDENTIALS DNS Made Easy credentials INI file. (default: None) dns-gehirn: Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using Gehirn Infrastructure Service for DNS). --dns-gehirn-propagation-seconds DNS_GEHIRN_PROPAGATION_SECONDS The number of seconds to wait for DNS to propagate before asking the ACME server to verify the DNS record. (default: 30) --dns-gehirn-credentials DNS_GEHIRN_CREDENTIALS Gehirn Infrastructure Service credentials file. (default: None) dns-google: Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using Google Cloud DNS for DNS). --dns-google-propagation-seconds DNS_GOOGLE_PROPAGATION_SECONDS The number of seconds to wait for DNS to propagate before asking the ACME server to verify the DNS record. (default: 60) --dns-google-credentials DNS_GOOGLE_CREDENTIALS Path to Google Cloud DNS service account JSON file. (See https://developers.google.com/identity/protocols/ OAuth2ServiceAccount#creatinganaccount forinformation about creating a service account and https://cloud.google.com/dns/access- control#permissions_and_roles for information about therequired permissions.) (default: None) dns-linode: Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using Linode for DNS). --dns-linode-propagation-seconds DNS_LINODE_PROPAGATION_SECONDS The number of seconds to wait for DNS to propagate before asking the ACME server to verify the DNS record. (default: 120) --dns-linode-credentials DNS_LINODE_CREDENTIALS Linode credentials INI file. (default: None) dns-luadns: Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using LuaDNS for DNS). --dns-luadns-propagation-seconds DNS_LUADNS_PROPAGATION_SECONDS The number of seconds to wait for DNS to propagate before asking the ACME server to verify the DNS record. (default: 30) --dns-luadns-credentials DNS_LUADNS_CREDENTIALS LuaDNS credentials INI file. (default: None) dns-nsone: Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using NS1 for DNS). --dns-nsone-propagation-seconds DNS_NSONE_PROPAGATION_SECONDS The number of seconds to wait for DNS to propagate before asking the ACME server to verify the DNS record. (default: 30) --dns-nsone-credentials DNS_NSONE_CREDENTIALS NS1 credentials file. (default: None) dns-ovh: Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using OVH for DNS). --dns-ovh-propagation-seconds DNS_OVH_PROPAGATION_SECONDS The number of seconds to wait for DNS to propagate before asking the ACME server to verify the DNS record. (default: 30) --dns-ovh-credentials DNS_OVH_CREDENTIALS OVH credentials INI file. (default: None) dns-rfc2136: Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using BIND for DNS). --dns-rfc2136-propagation-seconds DNS_RFC2136_PROPAGATION_SECONDS The number of seconds to wait for DNS to propagate before asking the ACME server to verify the DNS record. (default: 60) --dns-rfc2136-credentials DNS_RFC2136_CREDENTIALS RFC 2136 credentials INI file. (default: None) dns-route53: Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using AWS Route53 for DNS). --dns-route53-propagation-seconds DNS_ROUTE53_PROPAGATION_SECONDS The number of seconds to wait for DNS to propagate before asking the ACME server to verify the DNS record. (default: 10) dns-sakuracloud: Obtain certificates using a DNS TXT record (if you are using Sakura Cloud for DNS). --dns-sakuracloud-propagation-seconds DNS_SAKURACLOUD_PROPAGATION_SECONDS The number of seconds to wait for DNS to propagate before asking the ACME server to verify the DNS record. (default: 90) --dns-sakuracloud-credentials DNS_SAKURACLOUD_CREDENTIALS Sakura Cloud credentials file. (default: None) manual: Authenticate through manual configuration or custom shell scripts. When using shell scripts, an authenticator script must be provided. The environment variables available to this script depend on the type of challenge. $CERTBOT_DOMAIN will always contain the domain being authenticated. For HTTP-01 and DNS-01, $CERTBOT_VALIDATION is the validation string, and $CERTBOT_TOKEN is the filename of the resource requested when performing an HTTP-01 challenge. An additional cleanup script can also be provided and can use the additional variable $CERTBOT_AUTH_OUTPUT which contains the stdout output from the auth script. For both authenticator and cleanup script, on HTTP-01 and DNS-01 challenges, $CERTBOT_REMAINING_CHALLENGES will be equal to the number of challenges that remain after the current one, and $CERTBOT_ALL_DOMAINS contains a comma-separated list of all domains that are challenged for the current certificate. --manual-auth-hook MANUAL_AUTH_HOOK Path or command to execute for the authentication script (default: None) --manual-cleanup-hook MANUAL_CLEANUP_HOOK Path or command to execute for the cleanup script (default: None) nginx: Nginx Web Server plugin --nginx-server-root NGINX_SERVER_ROOT Nginx server root directory. (default: /etc/nginx or /usr/local/etc/nginx) --nginx-ctl NGINX_CTL Path to the (aqnginx(aq binary, used for (aqconfigtest(aq and retrieving nginx version number. (default: nginx) --nginx-sleep-seconds NGINX_SLEEP_SECONDS Number of seconds to wait for nginx configuration changes to apply when reloading. (default: 1) null: Null Installer standalone: Spin up a temporary webserver webroot: Place files in webroot directory --webroot-path WEBROOT_PATH, -w WEBROOT_PATH public_html / webroot path. This can be specified multiple times to handle different domains; each domain will have the webroot path that preceded it. For instance: (ga-w /var/www/example -d example.com -d www.example.com -w /var/www/thing -d thing.net -d m.thing.net(ga (default: Ask) --webroot-map WEBROOT_MAP JSON dictionary mapping domains to webroot paths; this implies -d for each entry. You may need to escape this from your shell. E.g.: --webroot-map (aq{"eg1.is,m.eg1.is":"/www/eg1/", "eg2.is":"/www/eg2"}(aq This option is merged with, but takes precedence over, -w / -d entries. At present, if you put webroot-map in a config file, it needs to be on a single line, like: webroot-map = {"example.com":"/var/www"}. (default: {}) P
cpan-outdated(1)
detect outdated CPAN modules in your environment
dtcm_editor(1)
The CDE Environment standalone appointment editor
dtenvvar(5)
CDE environment variables
dticon(1)
the Common Desktop Environment Icon Editor
dtscreen(1)
the Common Desktop Environment animated screen savers
dtspcdenv(4)
environment Variable File for the CDE Subprocess Control Service
getenv(3), putenv(3)
access environment variables
ir-X(1)
reads the file created by showtherm and draws a picture on the screen, in an X-windows environment, giving an appropriate color to each pixel based on the temperature
kitty.conf(5)
kitty.conf Documentation kitty is highly customizable, everything from keyboard shortcuts, to rendering frames-per-second. See below for an overview of all customization possibilities. You can open the config file within kitty by pressing %ctrl+shift+f2. You can reload the config file within kitty by pressing %ctrl+shift+f5 or sending kitty the SIGUSR1 signal. You can also display the current configuration by pressing the %ctrl+shift+f6 key. kitty looks for a config file in the OS config directories (usually ~/.config/kitty/kitty.conf) but you can pass a specific path via the kitty --config option or use the KITTY_CONFIG_DIRECTORY environment variable. See the kitty --config option for full details. Comments can be added to the config file as lines starting with the # character. This works only if the # character is the first character in the line. You can include secondary config files via the include directive. If you use a relative path for include, it is resolved with respect to the location of the current config file. Note that environment variables are expanded, so ${USER}.conf becomes name.conf if USER=name. For example: 0.0 3.5 C include other.conf P NOTE: 0.0 3.5 Syntax highlighting for kitty.conf in vim is available via %vim-kitty. kitty has very powerful font management. You can configure individual font faces and even specify special fonts for particular characters. 0.0 font_family, bold_font, italic_font, bold_italic_font 0.0 3.5 C font_family monospace bold_font auto italic_font auto bold_italic_font auto P You can specify different fonts for the bold/italic/bold-italic variants. To get a full list of supported fonts use the kitty list-fonts command. By default they are derived automatically, by the OSes font system. Setting them manually is useful for font families that have many weight variants like Book, Medium, Thick, etc. For example: 0.0 3.5 C font_family Operator Mono Book bold_font Operator Mono Medium italic_font Operator Mono Book Italic bold_italic_font Operator Mono Medium Italic P 0.0 font_size 0.0 3.5 C font_size 11.0 P Font size (in pts) 0.0 force_ltr 0.0 3.5 C force_ltr no P kitty does not support BIDI (bidirectional text), however, for RTL scripts, words are automatically displayed in RTL. That is to say, in an RTL script, the words "HELLO WORLD" display in kitty as "WORLD HELLO", and if you try to select a substring of an RTL-shaped string, you will get the character that would be there had the the string been LTR. For example, assuming the Hebrew word ירושלים, selecting the character that on the screen appears to be ם actually writes into the selection buffer the character י. kitty(aqs default behavior is useful in conjunction with a filter to reverse the word order, however, if you wish to manipulate RTL glyphs, it can be very challenging to work with, so this option is provided to turn it off. Furthermore, this option can be used with the command line program %GNU FriBidi to get BIDI support, because it will force kitty to always treat the text as LTR, which FriBidi expects for terminals. 0.0 adjust_line_height, adjust_column_width 0.0 3.5 C adjust_line_height 0 adjust_column_width 0 P Change the size of each character cell kitty renders. You can use either numbers, which are interpreted as pixels or percentages (number followed by %), which are interpreted as percentages of the unmodified values. You can use negative pixels or percentages less than 100% to reduce sizes (but this might cause rendering artifacts). 0.0 adjust_baseline 0.0 3.5 C adjust_baseline 0 P Adjust the vertical alignment of text (the height in the cell at which text is positioned). You can use either numbers, which are interpreted as pixels or a percentages (number followed by %), which are interpreted as the percentage of the line height. A positive value moves the baseline up, and a negative value moves them down. The underline and strikethrough positions are adjusted accordingly. 0.0 symbol_map 0.0 3.5 C symbol_map U+E0A0-U+E0A3,U+E0C0-U+E0C7 PowerlineSymbols P Map the specified unicode codepoints to a particular font. Useful if you need special rendering for some symbols, such as for Powerline. Avoids the need for patched fonts. Each unicode code point is specified in the form U+<code point in hexadecimal>. You can specify multiple code points, separated by commas and ranges separated by hyphens. symbol_map itself can be specified multiple times. Syntax is: 0.0 3.5 C symbol_map codepoints Font Family Name P 0.0 disable_ligatures 0.0 3.5 C disable_ligatures never P Choose how you want to handle multi-character ligatures. The default is to always render them. You can tell kitty to not render them when the cursor is over them by using cursor to make editing easier, or have kitty never render them at all by using always, if you don(aqt like them. The ligature strategy can be set per-window either using the kitty remote control facility or by defining shortcuts for it in kitty.conf, for example: 0.0 3.5 C map alt+1 disable_ligatures_in active always map alt+2 disable_ligatures_in all never map alt+3 disable_ligatures_in tab cursor P Note that this refers to programming ligatures, typically implemented using the calt OpenType feature. For disabling general ligatures, use the %font_features setting. 0.0 font_features 0.0 3.5 C font_features none P Choose exactly which OpenType features to enable or disable. This is useful as some fonts might have features worthwhile in a terminal. For example, Fira Code Retina includes a discretionary feature, zero, which in that font changes the appearance of the zero (0), to make it more easily distinguishable from Ø. Fira Code Retina also includes other discretionary features known as Stylistic Sets which have the tags ss01 through ss20. For the exact syntax to use for individual features, see the %Harfbuzz documentation. Note that this code is indexed by PostScript name, and not the font family. This allows you to define very precise feature settings; e.g. you can disable a feature in the italic font but not in the regular font. On Linux, these are read from the FontConfig database first and then this, setting is applied, so they can be configured in a single, central place. To get the PostScript name for a font, use kitty + list-fonts --psnames: 0.0 3.5 C $ kitty + list-fonts --psnames | grep Fira Fira Code Fira Code Bold (FiraCode-Bold) Fira Code Light (FiraCode-Light) Fira Code Medium (FiraCode-Medium) Fira Code Regular (FiraCode-Regular) Fira Code Retina (FiraCode-Retina) P The part in brackets is the PostScript name. Enable alternate zero and oldstyle numerals: 0.0 3.5 C font_features FiraCode-Retina +zero +onum P Enable only alternate zero: 0.0 3.5 C font_features FiraCode-Retina +zero P Disable the normal ligatures, but keep the calt feature which (in this font) breaks up monotony: 0.0 3.5 C font_features TT2020StyleB-Regular -liga +calt P In conjunction with %force_ltr, you may want to disable Arabic shaping entirely, and only look at their isolated forms if they show up in a document. You can do this with e.g.: 0.0 3.5 C font_features UnifontMedium +isol -medi -fina -init P 0.0 box_drawing_scale 0.0 3.5 C box_drawing_scale 0.001, 1, 1.5, 2 P Change the sizes of the lines used for the box drawing unicode characters These values are in pts. They will be scaled by the monitor DPI to arrive at a pixel value. There must be four values corresponding to thin, normal, thick, and very thick lines. 0.0 cursor 0.0 3.5 C cursor #cccccc P Default cursor color 0.0 cursor_text_color 0.0 3.5 C cursor_text_color #111111 P Choose the color of text under the cursor. If you want it rendered with the background color of the cell underneath instead, use the special keyword: background 0.0 cursor_shape 0.0 3.5 C cursor_shape block P The cursor shape can be one of (block, beam, underline). Note that when reloading the config this will be changed only if the cursor shape has not been set by the program running in the terminal. 0.0 cursor_beam_thickness 0.0 3.5 C cursor_beam_thickness 1.5 P Defines the thickness of the beam cursor (in pts) 0.0 cursor_underline_thickness 0.0 3.5 C cursor_underline_thickness 2.0 P Defines the thickness of the underline cursor (in pts) 0.0 cursor_blink_interval 0.0 3.5 C cursor_blink_interval -1 P The interval (in seconds) at which to blink the cursor. Set to zero to disable blinking. Negative values mean use system default. Note that numbers smaller than %repaint_delay will be limited to %repaint_delay. 0.0 cursor_stop_blinking_after 0.0 3.5 C cursor_stop_blinking_after 15.0 P Stop blinking cursor after the specified number of seconds of keyboard inactivity. Set to zero to never stop blinking. 0.0 scrollback_lines 0.0 3.5 C scrollback_lines 2000 P Number of lines of history to keep in memory for scrolling back. Memory is allocated on demand. Negative numbers are (effectively) infinite scrollback. Note that using very large scrollback is not recommended as it can slow down performance of the terminal and also use large amounts of RAM. Instead, consider using %scrollback_pager_history_size. Note that on config reload if this is changed it will only affect newly created windows, not existing ones. 0.0 scrollback_pager 0.0 3.5 C scrollback_pager less --chop-long-lines --RAW-CONTROL-CHARS +INPUT_LINE_NUMBER P Program with which to view scrollback in a new window. The scrollback buffer is passed as STDIN to this program. If you change it, make sure the program you use can handle ANSI escape sequences for colors and text formatting. INPUT_LINE_NUMBER in the command line above will be replaced by an integer representing which line should be at the top of the screen. Similarly CURSOR_LINE and CURSOR_COLUMN will be replaced by the current cursor position. 0.0 scrollback_pager_history_size 0.0 3.5 C scrollback_pager_history_size 0 P Separate scrollback history size, used only for browsing the scrollback buffer (in MB). This separate buffer is not available for interactive scrolling but will be piped to the pager program when viewing scrollback buffer in a separate window. The current implementation stores the data in UTF-8, so approximatively 10000 lines per megabyte at 100 chars per line, for pure ASCII text, unformatted text. A value of zero or less disables this feature. The maximum allowed size is 4GB. Note that on config reload if this is changed it will only affect newly created windows, not existing ones. 0.0 scrollback_fill_enlarged_window 0.0 3.5 C scrollback_fill_enlarged_window no P Fill new space with lines from the scrollback buffer after enlarging a window. 0.0 wheel_scroll_multiplier 0.0 3.5 C wheel_scroll_multiplier 5.0 P Modify the amount scrolled by the mouse wheel. Note this is only used for low precision scrolling devices, not for high precision scrolling on platforms such as macOS and Wayland. Use negative numbers to change scroll direction. 0.0 touch_scroll_multiplier 0.0 3.5 C touch_scroll_multiplier 1.0 P Modify the amount scrolled by a touchpad. Note this is only used for high precision scrolling devices on platforms such as macOS and Wayland. Use negative numbers to change scroll direction. 0.0 mouse_hide_wait 0.0 3.5 C mouse_hide_wait 3.0 P Hide mouse cursor after the specified number of seconds of the mouse not being used. Set to zero to disable mouse cursor hiding. Set to a negative value to hide the mouse cursor immediately when typing text. Disabled by default on macOS as getting it to work robustly with the ever-changing sea of bugs that is Cocoa is too much effort. 0.0 url_color, url_style 0.0 3.5 C url_color #0087bd url_style curly P The color and style for highlighting URLs on mouse-over. url_style can be one of: none, single, double, curly 0.0 open_url_with 0.0 3.5 C open_url_with default P The program with which to open URLs that are clicked on. The special value default means to use the operating system(aqs default URL handler. 0.0 url_prefixes 0.0 3.5 C url_prefixes http https file ftp gemini irc gopher mailto news git P The set of URL prefixes to look for when detecting a URL under the mouse cursor. 0.0 detect_urls 0.0 3.5 C detect_urls yes P Detect URLs under the mouse. Detected URLs are highlighted with an underline and the mouse cursor becomes a hand over them. Even if this option is disabled, URLs are still clickable. 0.0 url_excluded_characters 0.0 3.5 C url_excluded_characters P Additional characters to be disallowed from URLs, when detecting URLs under the mouse cursor. By default, all characters legal in URLs are allowed. 0.0 copy_on_select 0.0 3.5 C copy_on_select no P Copy to clipboard or a private buffer on select. With this set to clipboard, simply selecting text with the mouse will cause the text to be copied to clipboard. Useful on platforms such as macOS that do not have the concept of primary selections. You can instead specify a name such as a1 to copy to a private kitty buffer instead. Map a shortcut with the paste_from_buffer action to paste from this private buffer. For example: 0.0 3.5 C map cmd+shift+v paste_from_buffer a1 P Note that copying to the clipboard is a security risk, as all programs, including websites open in your browser can read the contents of the system clipboard. 0.0 strip_trailing_spaces 0.0 3.5 C strip_trailing_spaces never P Remove spaces at the end of lines when copying to clipboard. A value of smart will do it when using normal selections, but not rectangle selections. always will always do it. 0.0 select_by_word_characters 0.0 3.5 C select_by_word_characters @-./_~?&=%+# P Characters considered part of a word when double clicking. In addition to these characters any character that is marked as an alphanumeric character in the unicode database will be matched. 0.0 click_interval 0.0 3.5 C click_interval -1.0 P The interval between successive clicks to detect double/triple clicks (in seconds). Negative numbers will use the system default instead, if available, or fallback to 0.5. 0.0 focus_follows_mouse 0.0 3.5 C focus_follows_mouse no P Set the active window to the window under the mouse when moving the mouse around 0.0 pointer_shape_when_grabbed 0.0 3.5 C pointer_shape_when_grabbed arrow P The shape of the mouse pointer when the program running in the terminal grabs the mouse. Valid values are: arrow, beam and hand 0.0 default_pointer_shape 0.0 3.5 C default_pointer_shape beam P The default shape of the mouse pointer. Valid values are: arrow, beam and hand 0.0 pointer_shape_when_dragging 0.0 3.5 C pointer_shape_when_dragging beam P The default shape of the mouse pointer when dragging across text. Valid values are: arrow, beam and hand
lxqt-config-appearance(1)
GUI appearance application of LXQt: the fast and lightweight Qt Desktop Environment
lxqt-config-mouse(1), lxqt-config-cursor(1)
Application of LXQt: the faster and lighter Qt Desktop Environment
lxqt-config-session(1)
Application settings of LXQt: The Lightweight Qt Desktop Environment
lxqt-openssh-askpass(1)
Password access over ssh module of LXQt: the faster and lighter Qt Desktop Environment
lxqt-panel(1)
Desktop panel for LXQt: The Lightweight Qt Desktop Environment
lxqt-policykit-agent(1)
Polkit agent for LXQt: the faster and lighter QT Desktop Environment
lxqt-runner(1)
Application runner module of LXQt, the Lightweight Desktop Environment
lxqt-session(1)
Session manager of LXQt: The Lightweight Qt Desktop Environment
nix-env(1)
manipulate or query Nix user environments
npm-doctor(1)
Check your environments
orbd(1)
Enables clients to locate and call persistent objects on servers in the CORBA environment
perlbrew(1)
Perl environment manager
pod::Prima::X11(3), Prima::X11(3)
usage guide for X11 environment
project_dir(1)
Determine and query DIRPROJECT environment variables
shell_default(3)
Customizing the Erlang environment
source(1)
execute commands in the current environment rst2man-indent-level 0 1 rstReportMargin \$1
sqitch-environment(3), Header "Name" sqitch-environment(3)
Environment variables recognized by Sqitch
vared(1)
interactively edit the value of an environment variable
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