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1.4 <h2>SliTaz Packages Toolset</h2>
1.5 1.6 <p>
1.7- Small alternative to TazPKG. Spk consite in small separate programm
1.8- for easier code maintainance and use and shared library. Spk can handle
1.9- multiple packages on cmdline as well as managing your own mirror.
1.10+ Small alternative to TazPKG. Spk consists of small separate programs
1.11+ for easier code maintainance and uses a shared library. Spk can handle
1.12+ multiple packages on a cmdline as well as managing your own mirror.
1.14 1.15 <h3>Usage</h3>
1.17- All spk tools provides a small built-in help usage that you can display
1.18+ All spk tools provide a small built-in help usage that you can display
1.19 with the command 'usage'. It also has some options to perform special
1.20 tasks on a package before executing a task or afterwards. To get help
1.21 and usage:
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1.23 1.24 <h3>Packages info</h3>
1.26- To get packages status and information:
1.27+ To get the packages status and information:
1.30 # spk busybox glib
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1.32 <h3>Packages update</h3>
1.34 To get the last list of packages and update your system you have
1.35- to use 'spk-up'. Befor installing anything Spk will ask confirmation.
1.36- Spk let you upgrade the full system at once (skipping blocked packages)
1.37- or you can also upgrade packages individualy:
1.38+ to use 'spk-up'. Before installing anything Spk will ask confirmation.
1.39+ Spk lets you upgrade the full system at once (skipping blocked packages)
1.40+ or you can also upgrade packages individually:
1.43 # spk-up