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NAME

       mkjigsnap - Create a snapshot tree on a jigdo server

SYNOPSIS

       mkjigsnap  -n CD name -m mirror -o output directory -d dirname -j jigdo
       file -t template file -k keyword

DESCRIPTION

       mkjigsnap will create the directory tree and snapshot needed for  jigit
       to  work  effectively.  Once  you have created the .template and .jigdo
       files that you want to distribute, run mkjigsnap on  a  mirror  machine
       and  it  will  set  things  up  for you. You need to specify all of the
       options.

       -n CD name
              Specify the output name for jigit (e.g. warty, sarge-i386-1).

       -d dir name
              Specify the output directory name to be used  for  the  snapshot
              tree (e.g. 20041011, rc1).

       -m mirror
              Specify  the  location  of  the  mirror containing all the files
              needed. This must be  on  the  same  filesystem  as  the  output
              directory,  as  hard  links  will be used to create the snapshot
              efficiently.

       -o output directory
              Specify the output location for the jigdo,  template,  conf  and
              snapshot.  This must be on the same filesystem as the mirror, as
              hard links will be used to create the snapshot efficiently.

       -j jigdo file
              Specify the location of the jigdo file to be used.

       -t template file
              Specify the location of the template file to be used.

       -k keyword
              Specify the "keywords" which are used in the  jigdo  file  (e.g.
              Debian, Non-US, Ubuntu).

SEE ALSO

       jigdo-file(1), jigit(1), jigdump(1) and mkimage(1).

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright 2004 Steve McIntyre (steve@einval.com)

       mkjigsnap  may be copied under the terms and conditions of version 2 of
       the GNU General Public License,  as  published  by  the  Free  Software
       Foundation (Cambridge, MA, USA).

AUTHOR

       Written by Steve McIntyre (steve@einval.com)