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BUS_READ_IVAR(9), BUS_WRITE_IVAR(9)
manipulate bus-specific device instance variables
Q_INI(3), Q_NCBITS(3), Q_BT(3), Q_TC(3), Q_NTBITS(3), Q_NFCBITS(3), Q_MAXNFBITS(3), Q_NFBITS(3), Q_NIBITS(3), Q_RPSHFT(3), Q_ABS(3), Q_MAXSTRLEN(3), Q_TOSTR(3), Q_SHL(3), Q_SHR(3), Q_DEBUG(3)
fixed-point math miscellaneous functions/variables
boottime(9), time_second(9), time_uptime(9)
system time variables
confstr(3)
get string-valued configurable variables
curs_variables(3), COLORS(3), COLOR_PAIRS(3), COLS(3), ESCDELAY(3), LINES(3), TABSIZE(3), curscr(3), newscr(3), stdscr(3)
curses global variables
device_get_ivars(9), device_set_ivars(9)
access bus private variables
device_get_softc(9)
access driver private instance variables
dwarf_get_vars(3), dwarf_var_cu_offset(3), dwarf_var_die_offset(3), dwarf_var_name_offsets(3), dwarf_varname(3)
retrieve information about static variables
form_variables(3), TYPE_ALNUM(3), TYPE_ALPHA(3), TYPE_ENUM(3), TYPE_INTEGER(3), TYPE_IPV4(3), TYPE_NUMERIC(3), TYPE_REGEXP(3)
form system global variables
getconf(1)
retrieve standard configuration variables
ng_bluetooth(4)
placeholder for global Bluetooth variables
ntptime(8)
read kernel time variables
pam_getenvlist(3)
returns a list of all the PAM environment variables
pathconf(2), lpathconf(2), fpathconf(2)
get configurable pathname variables
sysconf(3)
get configurable system variables
term_variables(3), SP(3), acs_map(3), boolcodes(3), boolfnames(3), boolnames(3), cur_term(3), numcodes(3), numfnames(3), numnames(3), strcodes(3), strfnames(3), strnames(3), ttytype(3)
curses terminfo global variables
BN_CTX_start(3), BN_CTX_get(3), BN_CTX_end(3)
use temporary BIGNUM variables
AG_Variable(3)
agar object variables
BN_CTX_start(3), BN_CTX_get(3), BN_CTX_end(3)
use temporary BIGNUM variables
BN_CTX_start(3ossl), BN_CTX_get(3ossl), BN_CTX_end(3ossl)
use temporary BIGNUM variables
COLORS(3x), COLOR_PAIRS(3x), COLS(3x), ESCDELAY(3x), LINES(3x), TABSIZE(3x), curscr(3x), newscr(3x), stdscr(3x)
curses global variables
Dpkg(3perl)
module with core variables
INN::Config(3pm)
Export all the variables an INN Perl script might need
MPI_T_category_get_cvars(3)
Get control variables in a category
MPI_T_category_get_pvars(3)
Get performance variables in a category
MPI_T_cvar_get_num(3)
Get the number of control variables
MPI_T_pvar_get_num(3)
Get the number of performance variables
MPI_T_pvar_session_create(3)
Create a new session for accessing performance variables
SP(3x), acs_map(3x), boolcodes(3x), boolfnames(3x), boolnames(3x), cur_term(3x), numcodes(3x), numfnames(3x), numnames(3x), strcodes(3x), strfnames(3x), strnames(3x), ttytype(3x)
curses terminfo global variables
TYPE_ALNUM(3x), TYPE_ALPHA(3x), TYPE_ENUM(3x), TYPE_INTEGER(3x), TYPE_IPV4(3x), TYPE_NUMERIC(3x), TYPE_REGEXP(3x)
form system global variables
Tcl_GetVar.tcl85(3), Tcl_SetVar2Ex(3), Tcl_SetVar(3), Tcl_SetVar2(3), Tcl_ObjSetVar2(3), Tcl_GetVar2Ex(3), Tcl_GetVar(3), Tcl_GetVar2(3), Tcl_ObjGetVar2(3), Tcl_UnsetVar(3), Tcl_UnsetVar2(3)
manipulate Tcl variables
Tcl_GetVar.tcl86(3), Tcl_SetVar2Ex(3), Tcl_SetVar(3), Tcl_SetVar2(3), Tcl_ObjSetVar2(3), Tcl_GetVar2Ex(3), Tcl_GetVar(3), Tcl_GetVar2(3), Tcl_ObjGetVar2(3), Tcl_UnsetVar(3), Tcl_UnsetVar2(3)
manipulate Tcl variables
Tcl_GetVar.tcl87(3), Tcl_SetVar2Ex(3), Tcl_SetVar(3), Tcl_SetVar2(3), Tcl_ObjSetVar2(3), Tcl_GetVar2Ex(3), Tcl_GetVar(3), Tcl_GetVar2(3), Tcl_ObjGetVar2(3), Tcl_UnsetVar(3), Tcl_UnsetVar2(3)
manipulate Tcl variables
XmtVaRegisterSymbols(3), XmtVaRegisterSymbols()(3), XmtLookupSymbol()(3)
register a name for application variables, and lookup variables by name
addbddassoc(3)
creates a new association variables. man1/alc_origin.1
argc.tcl86(n), argc(n), argv(n), argv0(n), auto_path(n), env(n), errorCode(n), errorInfo(n), tcl_interactive(n), tcl_library(n), tcl_nonwordchars(n), tcl_patchLevel(n), tcl_pkgPath(n), tcl_platform(n), tcl_precision(n), tcl_rcFileName(n), tcl_traceCompile(n), tcl_traceExec(n), tcl_wordchars(n), tcl_version(n)
Variables used by Tcl
argc.tcl87(n), argc(n), argv(n), argv0(n), auto_path(n), env(n), errorCode(n), errorInfo(n), tcl_interactive(n), tcl_library(n), tcl_nonwordchars(n), tcl_patchLevel(n), tcl_pkgPath(n), tcl_platform(n), tcl_precision(n), tcl_rcFileName(n), tcl_traceCompile(n), tcl_traceExec(n), tcl_wordchars(n), tcl_version(n)
Variables used by Tcl
array.tcl85(n), array(n)
Manipulate array variables
array.tcl86(n), array(n)
Manipulate array variables
array.tcl87(n), array(n)
Manipulate array variables
bin2c(1)
embed data files into C as variables
cgiGetFiles(3)
Returns a list of CGI file variables
cgiGetVariables(3)
Returns a list of CGI variables
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
cmake-variables(7)
CMake Variables Reference This page documents variables that are provided by CMake or have meaning to CMake when set by project code. For general information on variables, see the Variables section in the cmake-language manual. NOTE: 0.0 3.5 CMake reserves identifiers that: 0.0 (bu 2 begin with CMAKE_ (upper-, lower-, or mixed-case), or (bu 2 begin with _CMAKE_ (upper-, lower-, or mixed-case), or (bu 2 begin with _ followed by the name of any CMake Command
deb-substvars(5)
Debian source substitution variables
efi_variables_supported(3), efi_del_variable(3), efi_get_variable(3), efi_get_variable_attributes(3), efi_get_variable_size(3), efi_set_variable(3)
manipulate UEFI variables
efivar(1)
Tool to manipulate UEFI variables
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
geometry.tk86(n), geometry(n), tk_library(n), tk_patchLevel(n), tk_strictMotif(n), tk_version(n)
Variables used or set by Tk
global.tcl85(n), global(n)
Access global variables
global.tcl86(n), global(n)
Access global variables
global.tcl87(n), global(n)
Access global variables
itclvars(i4)
variables used by [incr Tcl]
itclvars(itcl)
variables used by [incr Tcl]
itkvars(n)
variables used by [incr Tk]
lassign.tcl85(n), lassign(n)
Assign list elements to variables
lassign.tcl86(n), lassign(n)
Assign list elements to variables
lassign.tcl87(n), lassign(n)
Assign list elements to variables
ldap.conf(5), .ldaprc(5)
LDAP configuration file/environment variables
libcurl-env(3)
environment variables libcurl understands
libnutclient_variables(3), nutclient_get_device_variables(3), nutclient_get_device_rw_variables(3), nutclient_has_device_variable(3), nutclient_get_device_variable_description(3), nutclient_get_device_variable_values(3), nutclient_set_device_variable_value(3), nutclient_set_device_variable_values(3)
Variable related functions in Network UPS Tools high-level client access library
makepp_variables(1)
-- How to use variables in makepp
mtn-cleanup(1)
generate shell variables from monotone workspace options
mtnopt(1)
generate shell variables from monotone workspace options
namespace.tcl85(n), namespace(n)
create and manipulate contexts for commands and variables
namespace.tcl86(n), namespace(n)
create and manipulate contexts for commands and variables
namespace.tcl87(n), namespace(n)
create and manipulate contexts for commands and variables
ncoffsets(1)
print the starting/ending file offsets for netCDF variables
nn_env(7)
nanomsg environment variables
openssl-env(7ossl)
OpenSSL environment variables
parset(1)
set shell variables in parallel
pto_var(1)
change image variables inside Hugin .pto project files
pvm_export(3), pvm_unexport(3)
Mark environment variables to export through spawn
rabbitmq-env.conf(5)
environment variables used by RabbitMQ server
rebind(1)
modify the binding of global variables in an ELF object file
reset_fli_variables(3)
Resets the bitmap and palette dirty global variables. Allegro game programming library
sc_Volume(3), sc::Volume(3)
A Volume is a Function of three variables
scanmem(1)
locate and modify variables in an executing process
set.tcl85(n), set(n)
Read and write variables
set.tcl86(n), set(n)
Read and write variables
set.tcl87(n), set(n)
Read and write variables
shtool-path(1), shtool path(1)
GNU shtool command dealing with shell path variables
spot-x(7)
Common fine-tuning options and environment variables
strvars(3)
expand variables in string
substbddnodeassoc(3)
substitutes a set of variables with a set of bdd node. man1/alc_origin.1
svcond(3m)
POSIX-like condition variables implemented using SysV semaphores
swapbddvar(3)
swaps two contiguous variables. man1/alc_origin.1
tclvars.tcl85(n), tclvars(n)
Variables used by Tcl
tkvars.tk85(n), tkvars(n)
Variables used or set by Tk
unset.tcl85(n), unset(n)
Delete variables
unset.tcl86(n), unset(n)
Delete variables
unset.tcl87(n), unset(n)
Delete variables
variables(5)
Format of specifying variable names to SNMP tools
vcl-var(7), VCL-Variables(7)
The complete album
xymon-xmh(5), Xymon-XMH-variables(5)
Configuration items available online
xymonclient.cfg(5)
Xymon client environment variables
xymonserver.cfg(5)
Xymon environment variables
Acme::MetaSyntactic(3)
Themed metasyntactic variables names
Attribute::Constant(3)
Make read-only variables via attribute
B::Hooks::Parser(3)
Interface to perl's parser variables
B::Showlex(3)
Show lexical variables used in functions or files
BSD::Sysctl(3)
Manipulate kernel sysctl variables on BSD-like systems
Badger::Class::Vars(3)
class module for defining package variables
Callback::Frame(3)
Preserve error handlers and "local" variables across callbacks
Catalyst::Plugin::ConfigLoader::Environment(3)
Configure your application with environment variables
Class::MakeMethods::Template::PackageVar(3)
Static methods with global variables
Config::General::Interpolated(3)
Parse variables within Config files
Config::Wrest(3)
Read and write Configuration data With References, Environment variables, Sections, and Templating
Coro::Specific(3)
manage coroutine-specific variables
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::Storage::DBI::NoBindVars(3)
Sometime DBDs have poor to no support for bind variables
DBIx::Interp(3)
Interpolate Perl variables into SQL with DBI
Data::Bind(3)
Bind and alias variables
Data::Dumper::Simple(3)
Easily dump variables with names
Data::Lazy(3), Data::Lazy.pm(3)
"lazy" (defered/on-demand) variables version 0.6 (obsoletes and replaces Lazy.pm)
Data::Lock(3)
makes variables (im)?mutable
Data::Printer::Profile::JSON(3)
dump variables in JSON format
Data::Swap(3)
Swap type and contents of variables
Devel::ArgNames(3)
Figure out the names of variables passed into subroutines
Devel::LeakTrace(3)
indicate where leaked variables are coming from
Devel::LexAlias(3)
alias lexical variables
Devel::REPL::Plugin::CompletionDriver::Globals(3)
Complete global variables, packages, namespaced functions
Devel::REPL::Plugin::FindVariable(3)
Finds variables by name
Devel::Size(3)
Perl extension for finding the memory usage of Perl variables
English(3)
use nice English (or awk) names for ugly punctuation variables
Env(3)
perl module that imports environment variables as scalars or arrays
Env::Path(3)
Advanced operations on path variables
Eval::WithLexicals(3)
pure perl eval with persistent lexical variables
Exporter::Declare::Export::Variable(3)
Export class for variables which are exported
Exporter::Lite(3)
lightweight exporting of functions and variables
HTML::Perlinfo::Loaded(3)
Post-execution HTML dump of loaded modules and environment variables
IO::TieCombine(3)
produce tied (and other) separate but combined variables
IPC::Shareable(3)
Use shared memory backed variables across processes
Lexical::Var(3)
static variables without namespace pollution
Log::Dispatch::Vars(3)
Variables used internally by multiple packages
MPI_T_category_get_cvars(3)
Query which control variables are in a category
MPI_T_category_get_pvars(3)
Query which performance variables are in a category
MPI_T_cvar_get_num(3)
Query the number of control variables
MPI_T_pvar_get_num(3)
Query the number of performance variables
Math::Expr::VarSet(3), Math::Expr::VarSet(3)
Represents a set of variables and there values
Math::SimpleVariable(3)
simple representation of mathematical variables
Net::Delicious::Constants(3)
del.icio.us constant variables
Net::Delicious::Constants::Config(3)
constant variables for Net::Delicious default configs
Net::Delicious::Constants::Response(3)
constant variables for del.icio.us response messages
Net::Delicious::Constants::Uri(3)
constant variables for del.icio.us URIs
PAR::Environment(3)
Index and reference of PAR environment variables
PPI::Token::Magic(3)
Tokens representing magic variables
PPI::Token::Symbol(3)
A token class for variables and other symbols
PadWalker(3)
play with other peoples' lexical variables
Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitNumberedNames(3)
Prohibit variables differentiated by trailing numbers
Perl::Critic::Policy::Editor::RequireEmacsFileVariables(3)
Per-file editor settings
Perl::Critic::Policy::Variables::ProhibitAugmentedAssignmentInDeclaration(3)
Do not write " my $foo .= bar; "
Perl::Critic::Policy::Variables::ProhibitConditionalDeclarations(3)
Do not write " my $foo = $bar if $baz; "
Perl::Critic::Policy::Variables::ProhibitEvilVariables(3)
Ban variables that aren't blessed by your shop
Perl::Critic::Policy::Variables::ProhibitLocalVars(3)
Use "my" instead of "local", except when you have to
Perl::Critic::Policy::Variables::ProhibitMatchVars(3)
Avoid "$`", "$&", "$" and their English equivalents
Perl::Critic::Policy::Variables::ProhibitPackageVars(3)
Eliminate globals declared with "our" or "use vars"
Perl::Critic::Policy::Variables::ProhibitPerl4PackageNames(3)
Use double colon (::) to separate package name components instead of single quotes (')
Perl::Critic::Policy::Variables::ProhibitPunctuationVars(3)
Write "$EVAL_ERROR" instead of "$@"
Perl::Critic::Policy::Variables::ProhibitReusedNames(3)
Do not reuse a variable name in a lexical scope
Perl::Critic::Policy::Variables::ProhibitUnusedVariables(3)
Don't ask for storage you don't need
Perl::Critic::Policy::Variables::ProtectPrivateVars(3)
Prevent access to private vars in other packages
Perl::Critic::Policy::Variables::RequireInitializationForLocalVars(3)
Write "local $foo = $bar;" instead of just "local $foo;"
Perl::Critic::Policy::Variables::RequireLexicalLoopIterators(3)
Write "for my $element (@list) {...}" instead of "for $element (@list) {...}"
Perl::Critic::Policy::Variables::RequireLocalizedPunctuationVars(3)
Magic variables should be assigned as "local"
Perl::Critic::Policy::Variables::RequireNegativeIndices(3)
Negative array index should be used
Plack::Middleware::ForceEnv(3)
Force set environment variables for testing
RDF::Query::Node::Variable(3)
RDF Node class for variables
RDF::Trine::Node::Variable(3)
RDF Node class for variables
Readonly::XS(3)
Companion module for Readonly.pm, to speed up read-only scalar variables
Regexp::Bind(3)
Bind variables to captured buffers
Reply::Plugin::Autocomplete::Globals(3)
tab completion for global variables
Reply::Plugin::Autocomplete::Lexicals(3)
tab completion for lexical variables
Reply::Plugin::LexicalPersistence(3)
persists lexical variables between lines
Rex::Shared::Var(3)
Share variables across Rex tasks
Rinci::variable(3)
Metadata for your variables
SOAP::Constants(3)
SOAP::Lite provides several variables to allows programmers and users to modify the behavior of SOAP::Lite in specific ways
SPOPS::Manual::Configuration(3)
Description of variables used in the SPOPS configuration process
SQL::Interp(3)
Interpolate Perl variables into SQL statements
SVK::Help::Environment(3)
A list of svk's environment variables
Slurp(3)
Slurp entire files into variables
String::TT(3)
use TT to interpolate lexical variables
TAP::Harness::Env(3)
Parsing harness related environmental variables where appropriate
Template::Manual::Variables(3)
Template variables and code bindings
Template::Plugin::XML::Escape(3)
Escape variables to suit being placed into XML
Template::Stash(3)
Magical storage for template variables
Template::Stash::ForceUTF8(3)
Force UTF-8 (Unicode) flag on stash variables
Template::VMethods(3)
Virtual methods for variables
Tenjin::Context(3)
In charge of managing variables passed to Tenjin templates
Test::Data::Array(3)
-- test functions for array variables
Test::Data::Hash(3)
-- test functions for hash variables
Test::Data::Scalar(3)
-- test functions for scalar variables
Text::MicroMason::PassVariables(3)
Pass template data as variables
Tie::Util(3)
Utility functions for fiddling with tied variables
Tie::Watch(3), Tie::Watch(3)
place watchpoints on Perl variables
Tk::tkvars(3)
Variables used or set by Tk
Variable::Disposition(3)
helper functions for disposing of variables
Variable::Eject(3)
Eject variables from hash to current namespace
Variable::Magic(3)
Associate user-defined magic to variables from Perl
XML::Smart::Shared(3)
Shared functions and variables for XML::Smart
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: -2) --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/1.15.0 (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
config_prog(1)
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dtenvvar(5)
CDE environment variables
envpath(1)
Advanced operations on path variables
export(1)
set export attribute on variables rst2man-indent-level 0 1 rstReportMargin \$1
fish-for-bash-users(1)
A quick fish primer for those coming from bash This is to give you a quick overview if you come from bash (or to a lesser extent other shells like zsh or ksh) and want to know how fish differs. Fish is intentionally not POSIX-compatible and as such some of the things you are used to work differently. Many things are similar - they both fundamentally expand commandlines to execute commands, have pipes, redirections, variables, globs, use command output in various ways. This document is there to quickly show you the differences
g.findfile(1), g.findfile (1)
Searches for GRASS data base files and sets variables for the shell
g.gisenv(1), g.gisenv (1)
Outputs and modifies the user(cqs current GRASS variable settings. Prints all defined GRASS variables if no option is given
getenv(3), putenv(3)
access environment variables
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
ntptime(8)
read and set kernel time variables
perlvar(1)
Perl predefined variables
project_dir(1)
Determine and query DIRPROJECT environment variables
pt-config-diff(1)
Diff MySQL configuration files and server variables
pt-variable-advisor(1)
Analyze MySQL variables and advise on possible problems
read(1)
read line of input into variables
readonly(1)
set readonly attribute on variables rst2man-indent-level 0 1 rstReportMargin \$1
set(1)
display and change shell variables
sqitch-environment(3), Header "Name" sqitch-environment(3)
Environment variables recognized by Sqitch
unset(1)
unset values and attributes of variables and functions rst2man-indent-level 0 1 rstReportMargin \$1
vars(nged)
With no arguments, will list all the MGED variables and their values
xenv(1)
expand shell variables in input files
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