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This is the command ben that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator

PROGRAM:

NAME


ben - transition tracker manager

SYNOPSIS


ben FRONTEND [OPTIONS]

ben [-h|-help|--help]

DESCRIPTION


The ben(1) command is a set of utilities written in OCaml. It provides a full featured
transition tracker to follow the evolution of a set of packages in the Debian’s archive.
All frontends share a common list of options described below.

OPTIONS


--dry-run
Dry run

--quiet|-q
Quiet mode

--verbose
Verbose mode

--mirror uri
Package mirror to use

--mirror-binaries uri
Package mirror to use for binaries

--mirror-sources uri
Package mirror to use for sources

--areas a,...
Areas to consider (comma separated)

--archs a,...
Architectures to consider (comma separated)

--suite a
Suite

--cache-dir d
Path to cache dir

--cache-file|-C f
Specify the name of the cache file

--use-cache
Use cache whenever possible

--config|-c c
Config file

--more-binary-keys l
Comma separated list of further relevant binary keys

--more-source-keys l
Comma separated list of further relevant source keys

--preferred-compression-format f
Preferred compression format (Default: Gzip)

FRONTENDS


download
has no command-line options, except the shared ones. It downloads all Sources.gz files
and all Packages.gz files for selected architectures and areas.

query
This utility is pretty much like grep-dctrl(1). Given a list of Packages or Sources
files, it performs a query and outputs the result.

monitor
The frontend monitor builds a monitor page for a transition that is described by few
criteria (the list of affected packages, a description of good package and the
description of a broken package).

tracker
This frontend uses the monitor to generate a summary page about all known transitions.
An example of such summary can be found at http://release.debian.org/transitions/.

For more information about ben’s frontends, please refer to the reference manual.

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