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PROGRAM:

NAME


aptitude-create-state-bundle - bundle the current aptitude state

SYNOPSIS


aptitude-create-state-bundle [<options>...] <output-file>

DESCRIPTION


aptitude-create-state-bundle produces a compressed archive storing the files that are
required to replicate the current package archive state. The following files and
directories are included in the bundle:

· $HOME/.aptitude

· /var/lib/aptitude

· /var/lib/apt

· /var/cache/apt/*.bin

· /etc/apt

· /var/lib/dpkg/status

The output of this program can be used as an argument to aptitude-run-state-bundle(1).

OPTIONS


--force-bzip2
Override the autodetection of which compression algorithm to use. By default,
aptitude-create-state-bundle uses bzip2(1) if it is available, and gzip(1) otherwise.
Passing this option forces the use of bzip2 even if it doesn't appear to be available.

--force-gzip
Override the autodetection of which compression algorithm to use. By default,
aptitude-create-state-bundle uses bzip2(1) if it is available, and gzip(1) otherwise.
Passing this option forces the use of gzip even if bzip2 is available.

--help
Print a brief usage message, then exit.

--print-inputs
Instead of creating a bundle, display a list of the files and directories that the
program would include if it generated a bundle.

FILE FORMAT


The bundle file is simply a tar(1) file compressed with bzip2(1) or gzip(1), with each of
the input directory trees rooted at “.”.

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