prokit-install - Install a system into a directory
prokit install [-a arch] [-p plat] [-m mirror] [-F] suite root
prokit install installs a basic system of suite into root.
If root is a block device node, the block device is mounted and a system is installed into its file system.
suite can be a distribution like trunk; a channel and distribution like dev/trunk; a profile and distribution like proteanos:trunk; or a profile, channel, and distribution like proteanos:dev/trunk.
Install packages built for the arch architecture instead of automatically detecting the architecture of the running system.
Install packages built for the plat platform instead of automatically choosing a default platform.
Download packages from mirror instead of automatically selecting one at random. mirror is a base URL like http://us.mirror.gnu.dk/pub/proteanos.
Unpack but do not configure packages. Instead, arrange for packages to be configured later.
Copyright (C) 2014 Patrick McDermott
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