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NAME

       debspawn-run - Run arbitrary command in debspawn container session

SYNOPSIS

       debspawn run [-h|--help] [--variant] [-a|--arch] [--artifacts-out] [--build-dir]
                    [-x|--external-command] [--header] [--allow] {SUITE}

DESCRIPTION

       This subcommand allows you to run arbitrary commands in an ephemeral debspawn container,
       using the same environment that is normally used for building packages.

       debspawn run is explicitly designed to be used by other tools for custom applications, and
       usually, you will want to use debspawn build instead to build Debian packages.

OPTIONS

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

       --variant
           Set the variant of the selected image, that was used for bootstrapping.

       -a|--arch
           The architecture of the base image that should be selected.

       --artifacts-out
           Directory on the host where artifacts can be stored. Mounted to /srv/artifacts in the
           guest.

       --build-dir
           Select a host directory that gets bind mounted to /srv/build.

       -x|--external-command
           If set, the command script will be copied from the host to the container and then
           executed.

       --header
           Name of the task that is run, will be printed as header.

       --allow
           List one or more additional permissions to grant the container. Takes a
           comma-separated list of capability names.

SEE ALSO

       debspawn-build(1).

AUTHOR

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

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2018 Matthias Klumpp