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RINSE(8)	       Perl Programmers	Reference Guide		      RINSE(8)

NAME
       rinse - RPM Installation	Entity.

SYNOPSIS
	 rinse [options]

	 Help Options:
	  --help     Show help information.
	  --manual   Read the manual for this script.
	  --version  Show the version information and exit.

	 Mandatory Options:

	  --arch	 Specify the architecture to install.
	  --directory	 The directory to install the distribution within.
	  --distribution The distribution to install.

	 Customization Options:

	  --add-pkg-list	Additional packages to download	and install

	  --after-post-install	Additionally run the specified script after
				the post install script.
	  --before-post-install	Additionally run the specified script before
				the post install script.
	  --post-install	Run the	given post-install script instead of the
				default	files in /usr/local/lib/rinse/$distro

	 Misc Options:

	  --cache		Should we use a	local cache?  (Default is 1)
	  --cache-dir		Specify	the directory we should	use for	the cache.
	  --clean-cache		Clean our cache	of .rpm	files, then exit.
	  --config		Specify	a different configuration file.
				(Default is /usr/local/etc/rinse/rinse.conf)
	  --pkgs-dir		Specify	a different directory containing
				<distribution>.packages	files.
	  --mirror		Specify	the URL	of the mirror.
				(Default is to read it from /usr/local/etc/rinse/rinse.conf)
	  --list-distributions	Show installable distributions.
	  --print-uris		Only show the RPMs which should	be downloaded.
				default	files in /usr/local/lib/rinse/$distro
	  --verbose		Enable verbose output.

OPTIONS
       --arch Specify the architecture to install.  Valid choices are 'amd64'
       and 'i386' only.
       --add-pkg-list Add a list of additional packages.
       --cache Specify whether to cache	packages (1) or	not (0).
       --cache-dir Specify the directory we should use for the cache.
       --clean-cache Remove all	cached .rpm files.
       --directory Specify the directory into which the	distribution should be
       installed.
       --distribution Specify the distribution to be installed.
       --help Show help	information.
       --mirror	Specify	the URL	of the mirror. Normally	this is	read from
       /usr/local/etc/rinse/rinse.conf.
       --list-distributions Show the distributions which are installable.
       --manual	Read the manual	for this script.
       --print-uris Only show the files	we would download, don't actually do
       so.
       --verbose Enable	verbose	output.
       --version Show the version number and exit.

DESCRIPTION
	 rinse is a simple script which	is designed to be able to install
	a minimal working installation of an RPM-based distribution into
	a directory.

	 The tool is analogous to the standard Debian GNU/Linux	debootstrap
	utility.

USAGE
	 To use	this script you	will need to be	root.  This is required
	to mount /linprocfs, run chroot, and more.

	 Basic usage is	as simple as:

	  rinse	--distribution fedora-core-6 --directory /tmp/test

	 This will download the	required RPM files and unpack them into
	a minimal installation of Fedora Core 6.

	 To see	which RPM files	would be downloaded, without actually
	performing an installation or downloading anything, then you
	may run	the following:

	  rinse	--distribution fedora-core-6 --print-uris

TODO
	 Short of supporting more distributions	or architectures there aren't
	really any outstanding issues.

AUTHOR
	Thomas Lange http://www.informatik.uni-koeln.de/~lange/
	Steve Kemp http://www.steve.org.uk/

LICENSE
       Copyright (c) 2011-2014 by Thomas Lange.	All rights reserved.

       Copyright (c) 2007-2010 by Steve	Kemp.  All rights reserved.

       This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
       under the same terms as Perl itself.  The LICENSE file contains the
       full text of the	license.

3.2				  2017-07-02			      RINSE(8)

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