Linux "faked" Command Line Options and Examples
daemon that remembers fake ownership/permissions of files manipulated by fakeroot processes.
If a fakeroot process wants to change the ownership of a file, then faked is the process that remembers that new owner. If later the same fakeroot process does a stat() for that filename, then the libfakeroot wrapped stat() call will first ask faked for the fake ownership etc of that file, and then report it..
faked [--debug] [--foreground] [--cleanup] [--key msg-key] [--load] [--save-file save-file] [--port TCP-port]
Command Line Options:
Print debugging information on stderr.
faked --debug ...
Don't fork into the background.
faked --foreground ...
Cleanup the semaphores.
faked --cleanup ...
Don't allocate a new communication channel, but use channel specified by key. (If the specified channel doesn't exist, it'screated).
faked --key ...
Save the environment to save-file on exit.
faked --save-file ...
Load a previously saved environment from the standard input.
faked --load ...
Use real ownership of previously-unknown files instead of setting them to root:root.
faked --unknown-is-real ...
Use TCP port tcp-port.BUGSNone so far. Be warned, though: although I've written quite a few much larger (and smaller) programs, I've never written anythingthat was as tiny as fakeroot, had as many bugs as fakeroot, and still was as usable as, say, fakeroot version 0.0_3, the first ver‐sion that could be used to build itself.COPYINGfakeroot is distributed under the GNU General Public License. (GPL 2.0 or greater).AUTHORSjoost witteveen<email@example.com>Clint Adams<firstname.lastname@example.org>Timo SavolaMANUAL PAGEmostly by J.H.M. Dassen <email@example.com> mods/additions by joost and Clint.
faked --port ...