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NAME

       flatpak - Build, install and run applications and runtimes

SYNOPSIS

       flatpak [OPTION...] {COMMAND}

DESCRIPTION

       Flatpak is a tool for managing applications and the runtimes they use. In the Flatpak
       model, applications can be built and distributed independently from the host system they
       are used on, and they are isolated from the host system ('sandboxed') to some degree, at
       runtime.

       Flatpak can operate in system-wide or per-user mode. The system-wide data (runtimes,
       applications and configuration) is located in $prefix/var/lib/flatpak/, and the per-user
       data is in $HOME/.local/share/flatpak/. Below these locations, there is a local repository
       in the repo/ subdirectory and installed runtimes and applications are in the corresponding
       runtime/ and app/ subdirectories.

       System-wide remotes can be statically preconfigured by dropping flatpakref files into
       /etc/flatpak/remotes.d/.

       In addition to the system-wide installation in $prefix/var/lib/flatpak/, which is always
       considered the default one unless overridden, more system-wide installations can be
       defined via configuration files in /etc/flatpak/installations.d/, which must define at
       least the id of the installation and the absolute path to it. Other optional parameters
       like DisplayName, Priority or StorageType are also supported.

       Flatpak uses OSTree to distribute and deploy data. The repositories it uses are OSTree
       repositories and can be manipulated with the ostree utility. Installed runtimes and
       applications are OSTree checkouts.

       Basic commands for building flatpaks such as build-init, build and build-finish are
       included in the flatpak utility. For higher-level build support, see the separate flatpak-
       builder(1) tool.

OPTIONS

       The following global options are understood. Individual commands have their own options.

       -h, --help
           Show help options and exit.

       -v, --verbose
           Show debug information during command processing. Use -vv for more detail.

       --ostree-verbose
           Show OSTree debug information during command processing.

       --version
           Print version information and exit.

       --default-arch
           Print the default arch and exit.

       --supported-arches
           Print the supported arches in priority order and exit.

       --gl-drivers
           Print the list of active gl drivers and exit.

       --installations
           Print paths of system installations and exit.

COMMANDS

       Commands for managing installed applications and runtimes:

       flatpak-install(1)
           Install an application or a runtime from a remote or bundle.

       flatpak-update(1)
           Update an installed application or runtime.

       flatpak-uninstall(1)
           Uninstall an installed application or runtime.

       flatpak-list(1)
           List installed applications and/or runtimes.

       flatpak-info(1)
           Show information for an installed application or runtime.

       flatpak-history(1)
           Show history.

       flatpak-config(1)
           Manage flatpak configuration.

       flatpak-repair(1)
           Repair flatpak installation.

       flatpak-create-usb(1)
           Copy apps and/or runtimes onto removable media.

       Commands for finding applications and runtimes:

       flatpak-search(1)
           Search for applications and runtimes.

       Commands for running applications:

       flatpak-run(1)
           Run an application.

       flatpak-kill(1)
           Stop a running application.

       flatpak-override(1)
           Override permissions for an application.

       flatpak-make-current(1)
           Specify the default version to run.

       flatpak-enter(1)
           Enter the namespace of a running application.

       Commands for managing file access:

       flatpak-document-export(1)
           Grant an application access to a specific file.

       flatpak-document-unexport(1)
           Revoke access to a specific file.

       flatpak-document-info(1)
           Show information about a specific file.

       flatpak-documents(1)
           List exported files.

       Commands for managing the dynamic permission store:

       flatpak-permission-remove(1)
           Remove item from permission store.

       flatpak-permissions(1)
           List permissions.

       flatpak-permission-show(1)
           Show app permissions.

       flatpak-permission-reset(1)
           Reset app permissions.

       Commands for managing remote repositories:

       flatpak-remotes(1)
           List all configured remote repositories.

       flatpak-remote-add(1)
           Add a new remote repository.

       flatpak-remote-modify(1)
           Modify properties of a configured remote repository.

       flatpak-remote-delete(1)
           Delete a configured remote repository.

       flatpak-remote-ls(1)
           List contents of a configured remote repository.

       flatpak-remote-info(1)
           Show information about a ref in a configured remote repository.

       Commands for building applications:

       flatpak-build-init(1)
           Initialize a build directory.

       flatpak-build(1)
           Run a build command in a build directory.

       flatpak-build-finish(1)
           Finalizes a build directory for export.

       flatpak-build-export(1)
           Export a build directory to a repository.

       flatpak-build-bundle(1)
           Create a bundle file from a ref in a local repository.

       flatpak-build-import-bundle(1)
           Import a file bundle into a local repository.

       flatpak-build-sign(1)
           Sign an application or runtime after its been exported.

       flatpak-build-update-repo(1)
           Update the summary file in a repository.

       flatpak-build-commit-from(1)
           Create a new commit based on an existing ref.

       flatpak-repo(1)
           Print information about a repo.

       Commands available inside the sandbox:

       flatpak-spawn(1)
           Run a command in another sandbox.

FILE FORMATS

       File formats that are used by Flatpak commands:

       flatpak-flatpakref(5)
           Reference to a remote for an application or runtime

       flatpak-flatpakrepo(5)
           Reference to a remote

       flatpak-remote(5)
           Configuration for a remote

       flatpak-installation(5)
           Configuration for an installation location

       flatpak-metadata(5)
           Information about an application or runtime

ENVIRONMENT

       Besides standard environment variables such as XDG_DATA_DIRS and XDG_DATA_HOME, flatpak is
       consulting some of its own.

       FLATPAK_USER_DIR
           The location of the per-user installation. If this is not set, $XDG_DATA_HOME/flatpak
           is used.

       FLATPAK_SYSTEM_DIR
           The location of the default system-wide installation. If this is not set,
           /var/lib/flatpak is used (unless overridden at build time by --localstatedir or
           --with-system-install-dir).

       FLATPAK_SYSTEM_CACHE_DIR
           The location where temporary child repositories will be created during pulls into the
           system-wide installation. If this is not set, a directory in /var/tmp/ is used. This
           is useful because it is more likely to be on the same filesystem as the system
           repository (thus increasing the chances for e.g. reflink copying), and we can avoid
           filling the user's home directory with temporary data.

       FLATPAK_CONFIG_DIR
           The location of flatpak site configuration. If this is not set, /etc/flatpak is used
           (unless overridden at build time by --sysconfdir).

SEE ALSO

       ostree(1), ostree.repo(5), flatpak-remote(5), flatpak-installation(5),
       https://www.flatpak.org