Provided by: libsolv-tools_0.6.35-2ubuntu1_amd64
solv - example package manager based on libsolv
solv install [OPTIONS] PKG... solv erase [OPTIONS] PKG... solv list [OPTIONS] PKG... solv info [OPTIONS] PKG... solv search [OPTIONS] STRING... solv verify [OPTIONS] PKG... solv update [OPTIONS] PKG... solv dist-upgrade [OPTIONS] PKG... solv repolist [OPTIONS]
The solv tool demos some features of the libsolv library. It is not meant to replace a real package manager, for example it does not cache downloaded packages. --root ROOTDIR Install packages using ROOTDIR as root of the filesystem. This also means that the package database of ROOTDIR will be used. --clean Also get rid of no longer needed packages when erasing, like libraries that have been used by the erased packages. --best Force usage of the best package (normally the one with the highest version) for install and update operations. --testcase Write a testcase after dependency solving. The following options can be used to filter the packages. If the same option is used multiple times, the result is ORed together. -i Limit the packages to installed ones. -r REPO Limit the packages to the specified repository. --arch ARCHITECTURE Limit the packages to the specified package architecture. --type TYPE Limit the packages to the specified package type.
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