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runapp - Run an application
This manual page documents briefly the runapp command. runapp runs applications installed using Limba. It will set the application environment, make it find its dependencies, initiate a sandbox and do everything else needed to run the application. The first parameter of runapp should be the BUNDLE:BINARY combination, e.g. if you want to run the binary /bin/foo of the foobar-1.0 package, use foobar/1.0:/bin/foo as parameter. All following options are treated as belonging to the called binary. For debugging purposes, it is possible to open an interactive shell in the environment of the application. To do that, simply set "sh" as BINARY, for example you can use foobar/1.0:sh to get a shell in the environment for binaries of the foobar/1.0 bundle.
limba (1). Additional documentation can be found on http://people.freedesktop.org/~mak/limba.
This manual page was written by Matthias Klumpp <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
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