6.4 Wajig Commands
For a complete list of available commands use the commands command:
$ wajig commands addcdrom Add a Debian CD/DVD to APT's list of available sources addrepo Add a Launchpad PPA (Personal Package Archive) repository aptlog Display APT log file autoalts Mark the Alternative to be auto-set (using set priorities) autoclean Remove no-longer-downloadable .deb files from the download cache autodownload Do an update followed by a download of all updated packages autoremove Remove unused dependency packages build Get source packages, unpack them, and build binary packages from them. builddeps Install build-dependencies for given packages changelog Display Debian changelog of a package clean Remove all deb files from the download cache commands Display all wajig commands contents List the contents of a package file (.deb) dailyupgrade Perform an update then a dist-upgrade dependents Display packages which have some form of dependency on the given package describe Display one-line descriptions for the given packages describenew Display one-line descriptions of newly-available packages distupgrade Comprehensive system upgrade download Download one or more packages without installing them editsources Edit list of Debian repository locations for packages extract Extract the files from a package file to a directory fixconfigure Fix an interrupted install fixinstall Fix an install interrupted by broken dependencies fixmissing Fix and install even though there are missing dependencies force Install packages and ignore file overwrites and depends hold Place packages on hold (so they will not be upgraded) info List the information contained in a package file init Initialise or reset wajig archive files install Package installer installsuggested Install a package and its Suggests dependencies integrity Check the integrity of installed packages (through checksums) large List size of all large (>10MB) installed packages lastupdate Identify when an update was last performed listall List one line descriptions for all packages listalternatives List the objects that can have alternatives configured listcache List the contents of the download cache listdaemons List the daemons that wajig can start, stop, restart, or reload listfiles List the files that are supplied by the named package listhold List packages that are on hold (i.e. those that won't be upgraded) listinstalled List installed packages listlog Display wajig log file listnames List all known packages; optionally filter the list with a pattern listpackages List the status, version, and description of installed packages listscripts List the control scripts of the package of deb file listsection List packages that belong to a specific section listsections List all available sections liststatus Same as list but only prints first two columns, not truncated localupgrade Upgrade using only packages that are already downloaded madison Runs the madison command of apt-cache move Move packages in the download cache to a local Debian mirror new Display newly-available packages newdetail Display detailed descriptions of newly-available packages news Display the NEWS file of a given package nonfree List packages that don't meet the Debian Free Software Guidelines orphans List libraries not required by any installed package passwords Generate a list of good passwords optionally with punctuation policy From preferences file show priorities/policy (available) purge Remove one or more packages and their configuration files purgeorphans Purge orphaned libraries (not required by installed packages) purgeremoved Purge all packages marked as deinstall
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