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dpkg-scanpackages (1)
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    dpkg-scanpackages - create Packages index files


    dpkg-scanpackages [options] binary-dir [override-file [path-prefix]] > Packages  


    dpkg-scanpackages sorts through a tree of Debian binary packages and creates a Packages file, used by apt(8), dselect(1), etc, to tell the user what packages are available for installation. These Packages files are the same as those found on Debian archive sites and CD-ROMs. You might use dpkg-scanpackages yourself if making a directory of local packages to install on a cluster of machines.

    Note: If you want to access the generated Packages file with apt you will probably need to compress the file with gzip(1) (generating a Packages.gz file). apt ignores uncompressed Packages files except on local access (i.e. file:// sources).

    binarydir is the name of the tree of the binary packages to process (for example, contrib/binary-i386). It is best to make this relative to the root of the Debian archive, because every Filename field in the new Packages file will start with this string.

    overridefile is the name of a file to read which contains information about how the package fits into the distribution; see below.

    pathprefix is an optional string to be prepended to the Filename fields.

    If more than one version of a package is found only the newest one is included in the output. If they have the same version and only differ in architecture only the first one found is used.  


    -u, --udeb
    Scan for *.udeb, instead of *.deb.
    -a, --arch arch
    Use a pattern consisting of *_all.deb and *_arch.deb instead of scanning for all debs,
    -m, --multiversion
    Include all found packages in the output.
    -h, --help
    Show the usage message and exit.
    Show the version and exit.


    dpkg-scanpackages outputs the usual self-explanatory errors. It also warns about packages that are in the wrong subdirectory, are duplicated, have a Filename field in their control file, are missing from the override file, or have maintainer substitutions which do not take effect.  


    dpkg(1), dselect(1), deb-override(5), dpkg-scansources(1).




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