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opkg-cl(1)			 User Commands			    opkg-cl(1)

NAME
       opkg-cl	-  command line	utility	to install, upgrade and	uninstall opkg
       software	packages

SYNOPSIS
       opkg-cl [OPTIONS...] sub-command	[ARGUMENTS...]

DESCRIPTION
       opkg-cl is a simple utility to  install,	 upgrade  and  uninstall  opkg
       software	 packages.  Opkg  is  a	 lightweight package management	system
       based on	Ipkg.

OPTIONS	AND COMMANDS
   SUB-COMMANDS	: PACKAGE MANIPULATION
       update Update list of available packages

       upgrade
	      Upgrade installed	packages

       install <package(s)>
	      Install package(s)

       configure <package(s)>
	      Configure	unpacked package(s)

       remove <packages|regexp>
	      Remove package(s). regexp	could  be  something  like  'pkgname*'
	      '*file*' or similar

       flag <flag> <packages>
	      Flag package(s). Available flags (one per	invocation):

	      hold
	      noprune
	      user
	      ok
	      installed
	      unpacked

   INFORMATIONAL SUB-COMMANDS
       list   List available packages

       list-installed
	      List installed packages

       list-upgradable
	      List installed and upgradable packages

       list-changed-conffiles
	      List  package configuration files	which have been	modified after
	      installation

       files <package>
	      List files belonging to package

       search <file|regexp>
	      List package providing file

       info [package|regexp]
	      Display all info for selected packages

       status [package|regexp]
	      Display all statuses for selected	packages

       download	<package>
	      Download package to current directory

       compare-version <version1> <operator> <version2>
	      compare versions using following operators :

	      <<   less	than
	      <	   less	than or	equal to
	      <=   less	than or	equal to
	       =   equal to
	      >=   greater than	or equal to
	      >	   greater than	or equal to
	      >>   greater than

       print-architecture
	      List installable package architectures

       whatdepends [-A]	<package(s)|regexp>

       whatdependsrec [-A] <package(s)|regexp>

       whatprovides [-A] <package(s)|regexp>

       whatconflicts [-A] <package(s)|regexp>

       whatreplaces [-A] <package(s)|regexp>

   OPTIONS
       -A     Query all	packages not just those	installed

       -v <level>, --verbosity <level>
	      Set verbosity level to level. Verbosity levels :

	      0	  errors only
	      1	  normal messages (default)
	      2	  informative messages
	      3	  debug
	      4	  debug	level 2

       -f <conf_file>, --conf <conf_file>
	      Use conf_file as the opkg	configuration file

       --cache <directory>
	      Use a package cache

       -d <dest_name>, --dest <dest_name>
	      Use dest_name as the the root directory  for  package  installa-
	      tion,  removal,  upgrading.  dest_name  should be	a defined dest
	      name from	the configuration file,	(but can also be  a  directory
	      name in a	pinch).

       -o <directory>, --offline-root <directory>
	      Use  directory as	the root directory for offline installation of
	      packages.

       --add-dest <name>:<path>
	      Register path as installation target name	for use	in conjunction
	      with --dest

       --add-arch <arch>:<prio>
	      Register the package architecture	arch with the numeric priority
	      prio. Lower priorities take precedence.

   FORCE OPTIONS
       --force-depends
	      Install/remove despite failed dependencies

       --force-maintainer
	      Overwrite	preexisting config files

       --force-reinstall
	      Reinstall	package(s)

       --force-overwrite
	      Overwrite	files from other package(s)

       --force-downgrade
	      Allow opkg-cl to downgrade packages

       --force-space
	      Disable free space checks

       --force-postinstall
	      Execute package postinstall scripts in offline installation mode

       --noaction
	      No action	- test only

       --download-only
	      No action	- download only

       --nodeps
	      Do not follow dependencies

       --force-removal-of-dependent-packages
	      Remove package and all dependencies

       --autoremove
	      Remove packages that were	installed automatically	to satisfy de-
	      pendencies

       -t <directory>, --tmp-dir <directory>
	      Specify directory	as temporary directory

REPORTING BUGS
       Report bugs to http://code.google.com/p/opkg/issues/list

       Copyright (C) Opkg development team.

       Copyright (C) Ipkg development team.

opkg-cl				October	5, 2010			    opkg-cl(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | OPTIONS AND COMMANDS | REPORTING BUGS

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