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NAME

       debspawn-create - Create new container image

SYNOPSIS

       debspawn create [-h|--help] [--variant] [-a|--arch] [--mirror] [--components]
                       [--base-suite] {SUITE}

DESCRIPTION

       Create a new base image for a suite known to debootstrap(1). The image will later be used
       to spawn ephemeral containers in which packages can be built.

EXAMPLES

       You can easily create images for any suite that has a script in debootstrap. For example,
       to create a Debian Unstable image for your current machine architecture, you can use:

       $ debspawn create sid

       A more advanced example, for building on Ubuntu 18.10 on the x86 architecture:

       $ debspawn create --arch=i386 cosmic

OPTIONS

       -h|--help
           Print brief help information about available commands.

       --variant
           Set the bootstrap script variant.

       -a|--arch
           The architecture of the container.

       --mirror
           Set a specific mirror to bootstrap from.

       --components
           A comma-separated list of archive components to enable in the newly created image.

       --base-suite
           A full suite that forms the base of the selected partial suite (e.g. for -updates and
           -backports).

SEE ALSO

       debspawn-build(1), debootstrap(1), systemd-nspawn(1).

AUTHOR

       This manual page was written by Matthias Klumpp <mak@debian.org>.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2018 Matthias Klumpp