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NAME

       boxer - boxer command line utils

VERSION

       Version v1.1.8

SYNOPSIS

           $ boxer compose parl-greens
           Done: composed preseed.cfg and script.sh for a DebianParl system

           # TODO: below command are not yet implemented

           $ boxer install
           [...]
           Done: Installed "Debian GNU/Linux 7.0 (wheezy)" to /media/boxer

           $ boxer install --arch armhf --classes swedish kde webdesign
           [...]
           Done: Installed "Debian GNU/Linux 7.0 (wheezy)" to /media/boxer

           $ boxer detect
           Analyzing current system...
           Report and custom class saved below directory /tmp/boxer.wcJxHnql6f

           $ boxer refresh --script ~/refresh.sh
           Shell script (to be executed by root) saved as ~/refresh.sh

DESCRIPTION

       boxer is a single front-end to various "boxing" tasks - i.e. structured system-wide tasks
       commonly applied in batch to larger deployments.

       Unlike tools like Puppet, CFEngine and Chef which operates on top of an installed system,
       boxer preferrably interacts with the packaging system of the system.  Boxer is inspired by
       Fully Automated Installer (FAI) and the classes are modelled after that tool, but goal of
       boxer is to become obsolete: boxer can include custom tweaks but encourages avoiding them
       and instead pass upstream to distro designers the needed customizations.

       The core distribution includes commands to analyze, initialize and refresh a
       Debian(-based) operating system.

       However, boxer is pluggable and it is anticipated that plugins on CPAN will cover other
       related tasks.

COMMANDS

       This section describes the commands included with the core Boxer::CLI distribution. Others
       are available as plugins. Run "boxer commands" to see a list of locally installed
       commands.

   Meta Commands
       "boxer about"

       Shows the version numbers of all installed boxer commands, plus the CPAN ID of each
       command's author.

       "boxer aliases"

       Many commands have aliases or shortcuts. For example, the following two are equivalent:

          $ boxer install --arch armhf --classes swedish
          $ boxer deploy --arch armhf --classes swedish

       "boxer aliases" shows a list of available aliases.

       "boxer commands"

       Shows a list of installed boxer commands, along with a brief extract.

       "boxer help"

       Running the "boxer help" command on its own shows a list of commands with their abstracts.
       Detailed help for a particular command can be shown by providing that as an argument. For
       example, for help on the "boxer detect" command, run:

          $ boxer help detect

   System creation/manipulation
       "boxer install"

       "boxer update"

   Class handling
       "boxer enable"

       "boxer disable"

       "boxer analyze"

   Class exchange
       "boxer pull"

       "boxer push"

       "boxer publish"

SEE ALSO

       Find Boxer::CLI plugins on MetaCPAN: <https://metacpan.org/search?q=Boxer::CLI::Command>.

AUTHOR

       Jonas Smedegaard "<dr@jones.dk>".

COPYRIGHT AND LICENCE

       Copyright © 2013-2016 Jonas Smedegaard

       This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as
       the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES

       THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
       WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTIBILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
       PURPOSE.