Package ideviceinstaller-1.0.1-3

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Description:   Manage applications of an iDevice (1.0.1-3)
ideviceinstaller is a tool to interact with the installation_proxy of an iDevice allowing to install, upgrade, uninstall, archive, restore, and enumerate installed or archived apps. Note: There is a known bug in libimobiledevice which causes transfers of large apps to/from the device to abort due to a timeout. Usage: ideviceinstaller OPTIONS -U, --uuid UUID Target specific device by its 40-digit device UUID. -l, --list-apps List apps, possible options: -o list_user - list user apps only (this is the default) -o list_system - list system apps only -o list_all - list all types of apps -o xml - print full output as xml plist -i, --install ARCHIVE Install app from package file specified by ARCHIVE. -u, --uninstall APPID Uninstall app specified by APPID. -g, --upgrade APPID Upgrade app specified by APPID. -L, --list-archives List archived applications, possible options: -o xml - print full output as xml plist -a, --archive APPID Archive app specified by APPID, possible options: -o uninstall - uninstall the package after making an archive -o app_only - archive application data only -o copy=PATH - copy the app archive to directory PATH when done -o remove - only valid when copy=PATH is used: remove after copy -r, --restore APPID Restore archived app specified by APPID -R, --remove-archive APPID Remove app archive specified by APPID -o, --options Pass additional options to the specified command. -h, --help prints usage information -d, --debug enable communication debugging
Section:   utils
Maintainer:   Karl-Michael Schindler <karl-michaelDOTschindlerATwebDOTde>
License:   GPL/LGPL
Info-File:   dists/10.4/stable/main/finkinfo/utils/
CVS log, Last Changed: Fri, 14 Sep 2012 10:03:21 (UTC)

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