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NAME

       drblsrv - program to make a DRBL server

SYNOPSIS

       drblsrv [{-f | --force-yes}] [{-i | --install}] [{-u | --uninstall}] [{-v | --verbose}]
               [{-t | --testing} {y | n}] [{-a | --unstable} {y | n}]
               [{-n | --netinstall} {y | n}] [{-m | --smp-client} {y | n}]
               [{-x | --set-proxy} {y | n}] [{-c | --console-output} {y | n}]
               [{-g | --upgrade_system} {y | n}] [{-k | --client_archi} {0 | 1 | 2}]
               [{-o | --client_kernel_from} {1 | 2}] [{-s | --skip-select-repository}]
               [{-l | --language} {0 | 1 | 2}]

       drblsrv [{-h | --help} | {-v | --version}]

DESCRIPTION

       drblsrv is a program to build or maintain a DRBL server.

OPTIONS

       The program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two
       dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below.

       -f, --force-yes
           force yes, only for Debian-like distribution. It should not be used except in very
           special situations. Using force-yes can potentially destroy your system!

       -i, --install
           install DRBL.

       -u, --uninstall
           uninstall DRBL.

       -v, --verbose
           verbose mode.

       -t [y/n], --testing [y/n]
           use packages in testing branch or not.

       -a [y/n], --unstable [y/n]
           use packages in unstable branch or not.

       -n [y/n], --netinstall [y/n]
           install the network installation program or not.

       -m [y/n], --smp-client [y/n]
           use SMP kernel for DRBL clients or not.

       -x [y/n], --set-proxy [y/n]
           set proxy or not.

       -c [y/n], --console-output [y/n]
           set console output for client or not.

       -g [y/n], --upgrade_system [y/n]
           upgrade system or not.

       -k [0|1|2], --client_archi [0|1|2]
           set the client's CPU arch, 0 for i386, 1 for i586, 2 for same level with DRBL server
           (for x86_64, use 2).

       -o [1|2], --client_kernel_from [1|2]
           choose client's kernel image from, 1 from DRBL server running kernel (if available), 2
           from ayo repository.

       -s, --skip-select-repository
           skip the question for selecting repository.

       -l [N], --language [N]
           Set the language to be shown, where N: 0: English, 1: Traditional Chinese (Big5) -
           Taiwan, 2: Traditional Chinese (UTF-8, Unicode) - Taiwan.

       -h, --help
           Show summary of options.

       -v, --version
           Show version of program.

FILES

       /etc/drbl/drbl.conf
           The system-wide configuration file to control the behaviour of drblsrv. See
           drbl.conf(5) for further details.

       ${HOME}/.drbl.conf
           The per-user configuration file to control the behaviour of drblsrv. See drbl.conf(5)
           for further details.

ENVIRONMENT

       DRBL_SCRIPT_PATH
           If used, the defined path is used to access each of drbl's routine scripts.

DIAGNOSTICS

       The following diagnostics may be issued on stderr:

       Any error messages worth to be reported in this manpage?
           If so, they should be documented here.

       drblsrv provides some return codes, that can be used in scripts:

       Code   Diagnostic
       0      Program exited successfully.
       1      is such documentation useful? If no, erase it.

KNOWN BUGS

       The program is currently limited to only work with ... [some known bugs?]

SEE ALSO

       drbl.conf(5), drblpush(8)

AUTHORS

       Georges Khaznadar <georgesk@ofset.org>
           Wrote this manpage for the Debian system, based on the output of the command "drblsrv
           -h".

       Steven Shiau <steven@nchc.org.tw>
           Wrote the command drblsrv, including its short documentation.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2011 Georges Khaznadar

       This manual page was written for the Debian system (and may be used by others).

       Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of
       the GNU General Public License, Version 2 or (at your option) any later version published
       by the Free Software Foundation.

       On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License can be found in
       /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL.