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NAME

       lxc-exec - Execute commands in containers

SYNOPSIS

       lxc exec [:] [flags] [--]

DESCRIPTION

       Description:
         Execute commands in containers

       The command is executed directly using exec, so there is no shell and
         shell patterns (variables, file redirects, ...) won't be understood.
         If you need a shell environment you need to execute the shell
         executable, passing the shell commands as arguments, for example:

              lxc exec <container> -- sh -c "cd /tmp  pwd"

       Mode  defaults  to  non-interactive, interactive mode is selected if both stdin AND stdout
       are terminals (stderr is ignored).

OPTIONS

       -n, --disable-stdin[=false]      Disable stdin (reads from /dev/null)

       --env=[]      Environment variable to set (e.g. HOME=/home/foo)``

       -t, --force-interactive[=false]      Force pseudo-terminal allocation

       -T, --force-noninteractive[=false]      Disable pseudo-terminal allocation

       --mode="auto"      Override the terminal mode (auto, interactive or non-interactive)``

OPTIONS INHERITED FROM PARENT COMMANDS

       --debug[=false]      Show all debug messages

       --force-local[=false]      Force using the local unix socket

       -h, --help[=false]      Print help

       -v, --verbose[=false]      Show all information messages

       --version[=false]      Print version number

SEE ALSO

       lxc(1)

HISTORY

       22-Aug-2018 Auto generated by spf13/cobra