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linuxbrew-wrapper - Wrapper of the Missing Package Manager For Linux

LINUXBREW-WRAPPER(7) Miscellaneous Information Manual LINUXBREW-WRAPPER(7)

NAME

linuxbrew-wrapper - Wrapper of the Missing Package Manager For Linux
 

SYNOPSIS

linuxbrew [options]
 
brew [options]
 

DESCRIPTION

This wrapper package contains no linuxbrew itself, but just a wrapper script and an Homebrew/Linuxbrew upstream install script. And the wrapper script does:

* run linuxbrew if it exists at your home.

* run upstream install script if found no linuxbrew instance at your home.
In order to utilize the software installed with brew/linuxbrew, you may want to add linuxbrew directory in some environment variables:

+ PATH | for finding executable programs
e.g. | export PATH="${HOME}/.linuxbrew/bin:${PATH}"

+ MANPATH | for finding manpages
e.g. | export MANPATH="${HOME}/.linuxbrew/share/man:${MANPATH}"

+ INFOPATH | for finding info pages
e.g. | export INFOPATH="${HOME}/.linuxbrew/share/info:${INFOPATH}"
 

OPTIONS

For the options of linuxbrew please see brew(1).
 

EXAMPLE

/usr/share/doc/linuxbrew-wrapper/examples/profile
 

BUGS

If you find a linuxbrew's packaging BUG or other BUG of Homebrew/Linuxbrew itself, then it may not be BUG of Debian, because such a bug is handled by Homebrew/Linuxbrew upstream, and in fact the files triggered that (packaging) BUG are likely not provided by this Debian package. Such BUG should be reported here:

https://github.com/Homebrew/linuxbrew/issues
Apart from that, if you find a BUG on linuxbrew-wrapper, i.e. the troublesome file is listed in `dpkg -L linuxbrew-wrapper`, then it is a Debian BUG and please report it to Debian, thanks. ;-)
 

SEE ALSO

brew(1), ld.so(8).
This manpage was written by Zhou Mo for Debian, and may be used by others.
Aug 25 2015 Debian Sid