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.TH APT-CLONE "8" "September 2011" "apt-clone 0.2" "User Commands"
.SH NAME
apt-clone \- manual page for apt-clone 0.2
.SH DESCRIPTION
usage: apt\-clone [\-h] [\-\-debug] {info,clone,restore,restore\-new\-distro} ...
.PP
Clone/restore package info of a debian based system or chroot environment.
.SS "optional arguments:"
.TP
\fB\-h\fR, \fB\-\-help\fR
show help message for apt-clone. Alternatively --help will output
command specific help for any of the {info,clone,restore,restore\-new\-distro}
commands.
.TP
\fB\-\-debug\fR
enable debug output
.SS "Commands:"
.IP
{info,clone,restore,restore\-new\-distro}
.TP
info
Show info about a apt\-clone archive.
.TP
clone
Create a clone\-file into <destination>. A alternative
source dir can be specified with \fB\-\-source\fR.
.TP
restore
Restore a clone file from <source>. A alternative
destination can be given with \fB\-\-destination\fR.
.TP
restore\-new\-distro
Restore a clone file from <source> to <destination>
and try upgrading along the way. this can be used so
that the current release is cloned, a new install is
done and then the old clone is installed.