source: MondoRescue/branches/stable/mindi-busybox/include/usage.h @ 821

Last change on this file since 821 was 821, checked in by Bruno Cornec, 14 years ago

Addition of busybox 1.2.1 as a mindi-busybox new package
This should avoid delivering binary files in mindi not built there (Fedora and Debian are quite serious about that)

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1#ifndef __BB_USAGE_H__
2#define __BB_USAGE_H__
3
4#define addgroup_trivial_usage \
5    "[-g GID] group_name [user_name]"
6#define addgroup_full_usage \
7    "Adds a group to the system\n\n" \
8    "Options:\n" \
9    "\t-g GID\t\tspecify gid"
10
11#define adduser_trivial_usage \
12    "[OPTIONS] user_name"
13#define adduser_full_usage \
14    "Adds a user to the system\n\n" \
15    "Options:\n" \
16    "\t-h DIR\t\tAssign home directory DIR\n" \
17    "\t-g GECOS\tAssign gecos field GECOS\n" \
18    "\t-s SHELL\tAssign login shell SHELL\n" \
19    "\t-G\t\tAdd the user to existing group GROUP\n" \
20    "\t-S\t\tcreate a system user (ignored)\n" \
21    "\t-D\t\tDo not assign a password (logins still possible via ssh)\n" \
22    "\t-H\t\tDo not create the home directory"
23
24#define adjtimex_trivial_usage \
25    "[-q] [-o offset] [-f frequency] [-p timeconstant] [-t tick]"
26#define adjtimex_full_usage \
27    "Reads and optionally sets system timebase parameters.\n" \
28    "See adjtimex(2).\n\n" \
29    "Options:\n" \
30    "\t-q\t\tquiet mode - do not print\n" \
31    "\t-o offset\ttime offset, microseconds\n" \
32    "\t-f frequency\tfrequency adjust, integer kernel units (65536 is 1ppm)\n" \
33    "\t\t\t(positive values make the system clock run fast)\n" \
34    "\t-t tick\t\tmicroseconds per tick, usually 10000\n" \
35    "\t-p timeconstant"
36
37#define ar_trivial_usage \
38    "[-o] [-v] [-p] [-t] [-x] ARCHIVE FILES"
39#define ar_full_usage \
40    "Extract or list FILES from an ar archive.\n\n" \
41    "Options:\n" \
42    "\t-o\t\tpreserve original dates\n" \
43    "\t-p\t\textract to stdout\n" \
44    "\t-t\t\tlist\n" \
45    "\t-x\t\textract\n" \
46    "\t-v\t\tverbosely list files processed"
47
48#define arping_trivial_usage \
49    "[-fqbDUA] [-c count] [-w timeout] [-i device] [-s sender] target"
50#define arping_full_usage \
51    "Ping hosts by ARP requests/replies.\n\n" \
52    "Options:\n" \
53    "\t-f\t\tQuit on first ARP reply\n" \
54    "\t-q\t\tBe quiet\n" \
55    "\t-b\t\tKeep broadcasting, don't go unicast\n" \
56    "\t-D\t\tDuplicated address detection mode\n" \
57    "\t-U\t\tUnsolicited ARP mode, update your neighbours\n" \
58    "\t-A\t\tARP answer mode, update your neighbours\n" \
59    "\t-c count\tStop after sending count ARP request packets\n" \
60    "\t-w timeout\tTime to wait for ARP reply, in seconds\n" \
61    "\t-i device\tOutgoing interface name, default is eth0\n" \
62    "\t-s sender\tSet specific sender IP address\n" \
63    "\ttarget\t\tTarget IP address of ARP request"
64
65#define ash_trivial_usage \
66    "[FILE]...\n" \
67    "or: ash -c command [args]..."
68#define ash_full_usage \
69    "The ash shell (command interpreter)"
70
71#define awk_trivial_usage \
72    "[OPTION]... [program-text] [FILE ...]"
73#define awk_full_usage \
74    "Options:\n" \
75    "\t-v var=val\tassign value 'val' to variable 'var'\n" \
76    "\t-F sep\t\tuse 'sep' as field separator\n" \
77    "\t-f progname\tread program source from file 'progname'"
78
79#define basename_trivial_usage \
80    "FILE [SUFFIX]"
81#define basename_full_usage \
82    "Strips directory path and suffixes from FILE.\n" \
83    "If specified, also removes any trailing SUFFIX."
84#define basename_example_usage \
85    "$ basename /usr/local/bin/foo\n" \
86    "foo\n" \
87    "$ basename /usr/local/bin/\n" \
88    "bin\n" \
89    "$ basename /foo/bar.txt .txt\n" \
90    "bar"
91
92#define bunzip2_trivial_usage \
93    "[OPTION]... [FILE]"
94#define bunzip2_full_usage \
95    "Uncompress FILE (or standard input if FILE is '-' or omitted).\n\n" \
96    "Options:\n" \
97    "\t-c\tWrite output to standard output\n" \
98    "\t-f\tForce"
99
100#define busybox_notes_usage \
101    "Hello world!\n"
102
103#define bzcat_trivial_usage \
104    "FILE"
105#define bzcat_full_usage \
106    "Uncompress to stdout."
107
108#define unlzma_trivial_usage \
109    "[OPTION]... [FILE]"
110#define unlzma_full_usage \
111    "Uncompress FILE (or standard input if FILE is '-' or omitted).\n\n" \
112    "Options:\n" \
113    "\t-c\tWrite output to standard output\n" \
114    "\t-f\tForce"
115
116#define lzmacat_trivial_usage \
117    "FILE"
118#define lzmacat_full_usage \
119    "Uncompress to stdout."
120
121#define cal_trivial_usage \
122    "[-jy] [[month] year]"
123#define cal_full_usage \
124    "Display a calendar.\n" \
125    "\nOptions:\n" \
126    "\t-j\tUse julian dates\n" \
127    "\t-y\tDisplay the entire year"
128
129#define cat_trivial_usage \
130    "[-u] [FILE]..."
131#define cat_full_usage \
132    "Concatenates FILE(s) and prints them to stdout.\n\n" \
133    "Options:\n" \
134    "\t-u\tignored since unbuffered i/o is always used"
135#define cat_example_usage \
136    "$ cat /proc/uptime\n" \
137    "110716.72 17.67"
138
139#define catv_trivial_usage \
140    "[-etv] [FILE]..."
141#define catv_full_usage \
142    "Display nonprinting characters as ^x or M-x.\n\n"\
143    "\t-e\tEnd each line with $\n" \
144    "\t-t\tShow tabs as ^I\n" \
145    "\t-v\tDon't use ^x or M-x escapes."
146#define chattr_trivial_usage \
147    "[-R] [-+=AacDdijsStTu] [-v version] files..."
148#define chattr_full_usage \
149    "change file attributes on an ext2 fs\n\n" \
150    "Modifiers:\n" \
151    "\t-\tremove attributes\n" \
152    "\t+\tadd attributes\n" \
153    "\t=\tset attributes\n" \
154    "Attributes:\n" \
155    "\tA\tdon't track atime\n" \
156    "\ta\tappend mode only\n" \
157    "\tc\tenable compress\n" \
158    "\tD\twrite dir contents synchronously\n" \
159    "\td\tdo not backup with dump\n" \
160    "\ti\tcannot be modified (immutable)\n" \
161    "\tj\twrite all data to journal first\n" \
162    "\ts\tzero disk storage when deleted\n" \
163    "\tS\twrite file contents synchronously\n" \
164    "\tt\tdisable tail-merging of partial blocks with other files\n" \
165    "\tu\tallow file to be undeleted\n" \
166    "Options:\n" \
167    "\t-R\trecursively list subdirectories\n" \
168    "\t-v\tset the file's version/generation number"
169
170#define chgrp_trivial_usage \
171    "[OPTION]... GROUP FILE..."
172#define chgrp_full_usage \
173    "Change the group membership of each FILE to GROUP.\n" \
174    "\nOptions:\n" \
175    "\t-R\tChanges files and directories recursively"
176#define chgrp_example_usage \
177    "$ ls -l /tmp/foo\n" \
178    "-r--r--r--    1 andersen andersen        0 Apr 12 18:25 /tmp/foo\n" \
179    "$ chgrp root /tmp/foo\n" \
180    "$ ls -l /tmp/foo\n" \
181    "-r--r--r--    1 andersen root            0 Apr 12 18:25 /tmp/foo\n"
182
183#define chmod_trivial_usage \
184    "[-R] MODE[,MODE]... FILE..."
185#define chmod_full_usage \
186    "Each MODE is one or more of the letters ugoa, one of the\n" \
187    "symbols +-= and one or more of the letters rwxst.\n\n" \
188    "Options:\n" \
189    "\t-R\tChanges files and directories recursively"
190#define chmod_example_usage \
191    "$ ls -l /tmp/foo\n" \
192    "-rw-rw-r--    1 root     root            0 Apr 12 18:25 /tmp/foo\n" \
193    "$ chmod u+x /tmp/foo\n" \
194    "$ ls -l /tmp/foo\n" \
195    "-rwxrw-r--    1 root     root            0 Apr 12 18:25 /tmp/foo*\n" \
196    "$ chmod 444 /tmp/foo\n" \
197    "$ ls -l /tmp/foo\n" \
198    "-r--r--r--    1 root     root            0 Apr 12 18:25 /tmp/foo\n"
199
200#define chown_trivial_usage \
201    "[ -Rh ]...  OWNER[<.|:>[GROUP]] FILE..."
202#define chown_full_usage \
203    "Change the owner and/or group of each FILE to OWNER and/or GROUP.\n" \
204    "\nOptions:\n" \
205    "\t-R\tChanges files and directories recursively\n" \
206    "\t-h\tDo not dereference symbolic links"
207#define chown_example_usage \
208    "$ ls -l /tmp/foo\n" \
209    "-r--r--r--    1 andersen andersen        0 Apr 12 18:25 /tmp/foo\n" \
210    "$ chown root /tmp/foo\n" \
211    "$ ls -l /tmp/foo\n" \
212    "-r--r--r--    1 root     andersen        0 Apr 12 18:25 /tmp/foo\n" \
213    "$ chown root.root /tmp/foo\n" \
214    "ls -l /tmp/foo\n" \
215    "-r--r--r--    1 root     root            0 Apr 12 18:25 /tmp/foo\n"
216
217#define chroot_trivial_usage \
218    "NEWROOT [COMMAND...]"
219#define chroot_full_usage \
220    "Run COMMAND with root directory set to NEWROOT."
221#define chroot_example_usage \
222    "$ ls -l /bin/ls\n" \
223    "lrwxrwxrwx    1 root     root          12 Apr 13 00:46 /bin/ls -> /BusyBox\n" \
224    "# mount /dev/hdc1 /mnt -t minix\n" \
225    "# chroot /mnt\n" \
226    "# ls -l /bin/ls\n" \
227    "-rwxr-xr-x    1 root     root        40816 Feb  5 07:45 /bin/ls*\n"
228
229#define chvt_trivial_usage \
230    "N"
231#define chvt_full_usage \
232    "Changes the foreground virtual terminal to /dev/ttyN"
233
234#define cksum_trivial_usage \
235    "FILES..."
236#define cksum_full_usage \
237    "Calculates the CRC32 checksums of FILES."
238
239#define clear_trivial_usage \
240    ""
241#define clear_full_usage \
242    "Clear screen."
243
244#define cmp_trivial_usage \
245    "[-l] [-s] FILE1 [FILE2]"
246#define cmp_full_usage \
247    "Compares FILE1 vs stdin if FILE2 is not specified.\n\n" \
248    "Options:\n" \
249    "\t-l\tWrite the byte numbers (decimal) and values (octal)\n" \
250    "\t\t  for all differing bytes\n" \
251    "\t-s\tquiet mode - do not print"
252
253#define comm_trivial_usage \
254    "[-123] FILE1 FILE2"
255#define comm_full_usage \
256    "Compares FILE1 to FILE2, or to stdin if = is specified.\n\n" \
257    "Options:\n" \
258    "\t-1\tSuppress lines unique to FILE1\n" \
259    "\t-2\tSuppress lines unique to FILE2\n" \
260    "\t-3\tSuppress lines common to both files"
261
262#define bbconfig_trivial_usage \
263    ""
264#define bbconfig_full_usage \
265    "Print the config file which built busybox"
266
267#define cp_trivial_usage \
268    "[OPTION]... SOURCE DEST"
269#define cp_full_usage \
270    "Copies SOURCE to DEST, or multiple SOURCE(s) to DIRECTORY.\n" \
271    "\n" \
272    "\t-a\tSame as -dpR\n" \
273    "\t-d,-P\tPreserves links\n" \
274    "\t-H,-L\tDereference all symlinks (implied by default)\n" \
275    "\t-p\tPreserves file attributes if possible\n" \
276    "\t-f\tforce (implied; ignored) - always set\n" \
277    "\t-i\tinteractive, prompt before overwrite\n" \
278    "\t-R,-r\tCopies directories recursively"
279
280#define cpio_trivial_usage \
281    "-[dimtuv][F cpiofile]"
282#define cpio_full_usage \
283    "Extract or list files from a cpio archive\n" \
284    "Main operation mode:\n" \
285    "\td\t\tmake leading directories\n" \
286    "\ti\t\textract\n" \
287    "\tm\t\tpreserve mtime\n" \
288    "\tt\t\tlist\n" \
289    "\tv\t\tverbose\n" \
290    "\tu\t\tunconditional overwrite\n" \
291    "\tF\t\tinput from file"
292
293#define crond_trivial_usage \
294    "-d[#] -c <crondir> -f -b"
295#define crond_full_usage \
296    "\t-d [#] -l [#] -S -L logfile -f -b -c dir\n" \
297    "\t-d num\tdebug level\n" \
298    "\t-l num\tlog level (8 - default)\n" \
299    "\t-S\tlog to syslogd (default)\n" \
300    "\t-L file\tlog to file\n" \
301    "\t-f\trun in foreground\n" \
302    "\t-b\trun in background (default)\n" \
303    "\t-c dir\tworking dir"
304
305#define crontab_trivial_usage \
306    "[-c dir] {file|-}|[-u|-l|-e|-d user]"
307#define crontab_full_usage \
308    "\tfile <opts>  replace crontab from file\n" \
309    "\t-    <opts>  replace crontab from stdin\n" \
310    "\t-u user      specify user\n" \
311    "\t-l [user]    list crontab for user\n" \
312    "\t-e [user]    edit crontab for user\n" \
313    "\t-d [user]    delete crontab for user\n" \
314    "\t-c dir       specify crontab directory"
315
316
317#define cut_trivial_usage \
318    "[OPTION]... [FILE]..."
319#define cut_full_usage \
320    "Prints selected fields from each input FILE to standard output.\n\n" \
321    "Options:\n" \
322    "\t-b LIST\t\tOutput only bytes from LIST\n" \
323    "\t-c LIST\t\tOutput only characters from LIST\n" \
324    "\t-d CHAR\t\tUse CHAR instead of tab as the field delimiter\n" \
325    "\t-s\t\tOutput only the lines containing delimiter\n" \
326    "\t-f N\t\tPrint only these fields\n" \
327    "\t-n\t\tIgnored"
328#define cut_example_usage \
329    "$ echo \"Hello world\" | cut -f 1 -d ' '\n" \
330    "Hello\n" \
331    "$ echo \"Hello world\" | cut -f 2 -d ' '\n" \
332    "world\n"
333
334#define date_trivial_usage \
335    "[OPTION]... [MMDDhhmm[[CC]YY][.ss]] [+FORMAT]"
336#define date_full_usage \
337    "Displays the current time in the given FORMAT, or sets the system date.\n" \
338    "\nOptions:\n" \
339    "\t-R\t\tOutputs RFC-822 compliant date string\n" \
340    "\t-d STRING\tDisplays time described by STRING, not `now'\n" \
341USE_FEATURE_DATE_ISOFMT( \
342    "\t-I[TIMESPEC]\tOutputs an ISO-8601 compliant date/time string\n" \
343    "\t\t\tTIMESPEC=`date' (or missing) for date only,\n" \
344    "\t\t\t`hours', `minutes', or `seconds' for date and,\n" \
345    "\t\t\ttime to the indicated precision\n" \
346    "\t-D hint\t\tUse 'hint' as date format, via strptime()\n" \
347) \
348    "\t-s\t\tSets time described by STRING\n" \
349    "\t-r FILE\t\tDisplays the last modification time of FILE\n" \
350    "\t-u\t\tPrints or sets Coordinated Universal Time"
351#define date_example_usage \
352    "$ date\n" \
353    "Wed Apr 12 18:52:41 MDT 2000\n"
354
355#define dc_trivial_usage \
356    "expression ..."
357#define dc_full_usage \
358    "This is a Tiny RPN calculator that understands the\n" \
359    "following operations: +, add, -, sub, *, mul, /, div, %, mod, " \
360    "**, exp, and, or, not, eor.\n" \
361    "For example: 'dc 2 2 add' -> 4, and 'dc 8 8 \\* 2 2 + /' -> 16.\n" \
362    "\nOptions:\n" \
363    "p - Prints the value on the top of the stack, without altering the stack\n" \
364    "f - Prints the entire contents of the stack without altering anything\n" \
365    "o - Pops the value off the top of the stack and uses it to set the output radix\n" \
366    "    Only 10 and 16 are supported"
367#define dc_example_usage \
368    "$ dc 2 2 + p\n" \
369    "4\n" \
370    "$ dc 8 8 \\* 2 2 + / p\n" \
371    "16\n" \
372    "$ dc 0 1 and p\n" \
373    "0\n" \
374    "$ dc 0 1 or p\n" \
375    "1\n" \
376    "$ echo 72 9 div 8 mul p | dc\n" \
377    "64\n"
378
379#define dd_trivial_usage \
380    "[if=FILE] [of=FILE] " USE_FEATURE_DD_IBS_OBS("[ibs=N] [obs=N] ") "[bs=N] [count=N] [skip=N]\n" \
381    "\t  [seek=N]" USE_FEATURE_DD_IBS_OBS(" [conv=notrunc|noerror|sync]")
382#define dd_full_usage \
383    "Copy a file, converting and formatting according to options\n\n" \
384    "\tif=FILE\t\tread from FILE instead of stdin\n" \
385    "\tof=FILE\t\twrite to FILE instead of stdout\n" \
386    "\tbs=N\t\tread and write N bytes at a time\n" \
387    USE_FEATURE_DD_IBS_OBS("\tibs=N\t\tread N bytes at a time\n") \
388    USE_FEATURE_DD_IBS_OBS("\tobs=N\t\twrite N bytes at a time\n") \
389    "\tcount=N\t\tcopy only N input blocks\n" \
390    "\tskip=N\t\tskip N input blocks\n" \
391    "\tseek=N\t\tskip N output blocks\n" \
392    USE_FEATURE_DD_IBS_OBS( \
393        "\tconv=notrunc\tdon't truncate output file\n" \
394        "\tconv=noerror\tcontinue after read errors\n" \
395        "\tconv=sync\tpad blocks with zeros\n" \
396    ) \
397    "\n" \
398    "Numbers may be suffixed by c (x1), w (x2), b (x512), kD (x1000), k (x1024),\n" \
399    "MD (x1000000), M (x1048576), GD (x1000000000) or G (x1073741824)"
400#define dd_example_usage \
401    "$ dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/ram1 bs=1M count=4\n" \
402    "4+0 records in\n" \
403    "4+0 records out\n"
404
405#define deallocvt_trivial_usage \
406    "[N]"
407#define deallocvt_full_usage \
408     "Deallocate unused virtual terminal /dev/ttyN"
409
410#define delgroup_trivial_usage \
411    "GROUP"
412#define delgroup_full_usage \
413     "Deletes group GROUP from the system"
414
415#define deluser_trivial_usage \
416    "USER"
417#define deluser_full_usage \
418     "Deletes user USER from the system"
419
420#define devfsd_trivial_usage \
421    "mntpnt [-v]" \
422    USE_DEVFSD_FG_NP("[-fg][-np]" )
423#define devfsd_full_usage \
424    "Optional daemon for managing devfs permissions and old device name symlinks.\n" \
425    "\nOptions:\n" \
426    "\tmntpnt\tThe mount point where devfs is mounted.\n\n" \
427    "\t-v\tPrint the protocol version numbers for devfsd\n" \
428    "\t\tand the kernel-side protocol version and exits." \
429    USE_DEVFSD_FG_NP( "\n\n\t-fg\tRun the daemon in the foreground.\n\n" \
430    "\t-np\tExit  after  parsing  the configuration file\n" \
431    "\t\tand processing synthetic REGISTER events.\n" \
432    "\t\tDo not poll for events.")
433
434#define df_trivial_usage \
435    "[-" USE_FEATURE_HUMAN_READABLE("hm") "k] [FILESYSTEM ...]"
436#define df_full_usage \
437    "Print the filesystem space used and space available.\n\n" \
438    "Options:\n" \
439    USE_FEATURE_HUMAN_READABLE( \
440        "\n\t-h\tprint sizes in human readable format (e.g., 1K 243M 2G )\n" \
441        "\t-m\tprint sizes in megabytes\n" \
442        "\t-k\tprint sizes in kilobytes(default)" \
443    ) \
444    SKIP_FEATURE_HUMAN_READABLE("\n\t-k\tignored")
445#define df_example_usage \
446    "$ df\n" \
447    "Filesystem           1k-blocks      Used Available Use% Mounted on\n" \
448    "/dev/sda3              8690864   8553540    137324  98% /\n" \
449    "/dev/sda1                64216     36364     27852  57% /boot\n" \
450    "$ df /dev/sda3\n" \
451    "Filesystem           1k-blocks      Used Available Use% Mounted on\n" \
452    "/dev/sda3              8690864   8553540    137324  98% /\n"
453
454#define diff_trivial_usage \
455    "[-abdiNqrTstw] [-L LABEL] [-S FILE] [-U LINES] FILE1 FILE2"
456#define diff_full_usage \
457    "Compare files line by line and output the differences between them.\n" \
458    "This diff implementation only supports unified diffs.\n\n" \
459    "Options:\n" \
460    "\t-a\tTreat all files as text\n" \
461    "\t-b\tIgnore changes in the amount of whitespace\n" \
462    "\t-d\tTry hard to find a smaller set of changes\n" \
463    "\t-i\tIgnore case differences\n" \
464    "\t-L\tUse LABEL instead of the filename in the unified header\n" \
465    "\t-N\tTreat absent files as empty\n" \
466    "\t-q\tOutput only whether files differ\n" \
467    "\t-r\tRecursively compare any subdirectories\n" \
468    "\t-S\tStart with FILE when comparing directories\n" \
469    "\t-T\tMake tabs line up by prefixing a tab when necessary\n" \
470    "\t-s\tReport when two files are the same\n" \
471    "\t-t\tExpand tabs to spaces in output\n" \
472    "\t-U\tOutput LINES lines of context\n" \
473    "\t-w\tIgnore all whitespace\n"
474
475#define dirname_trivial_usage \
476    "FILENAME"
477#define dirname_full_usage \
478    "Strips non-directory suffix from FILENAME"
479#define dirname_example_usage \
480    "$ dirname /tmp/foo\n" \
481    "/tmp\n" \
482    "$ dirname /tmp/foo/\n" \
483    "/tmp\n"
484
485#define dmesg_trivial_usage \
486    "[-c] [-n LEVEL] [-s SIZE]"
487#define dmesg_full_usage \
488    "Prints or controls the kernel ring buffer\n\n" \
489    "Options:\n" \
490    "\t-c\t\tClears the ring buffer's contents after printing\n" \
491    "\t-n LEVEL\tSets console logging level\n" \
492    "\t-s SIZE\t\tUse a buffer of size SIZE"
493
494#define dnsd_trivial_usage \
495        "[-c config] [-t seconds] [-p port] [-i iface-ip] [-d]"
496#define dnsd_full_usage \
497        "Small and static DNS server daemon\n\n" \
498    "Options:\n" \
499    "\t-c\t\tconfig filename\n" \
500    "\t-t\t\tTTL in seconds\n" \
501    "\t-p\t\tlistening port\n" \
502    "\t-i\t\tlistening iface ip (default all)\n" \
503    "\t-d\t\tdaemonize"
504
505#define dos2unix_trivial_usage \
506    "[option] [FILE]"
507#define dos2unix_full_usage \
508    "Converts FILE from dos format to unix format.  When no option\n" \
509    "is given, the input is converted to the opposite output format.\n" \
510    "When no file is given, uses stdin for input and stdout for output.\n\n" \
511    "Options:\n" \
512    "\t-u\toutput will be in UNIX format\n" \
513    "\t-d\toutput will be in DOS format"
514
515#define dpkg_trivial_usage \
516    "[-ilCPru] [-F option] package_name"
517#define dpkg_full_usage \
518    "dpkg is a utility to install, remove and manage Debian packages.\n\n" \
519    "Options:\n" \
520    "\t-i\t\tInstall the package\n" \
521    "\t-l\t\tList of installed packages\n" \
522    "\t-C\t\tConfigure an unpackaged package\n" \
523    "\t-F depends\tIgnore dependency problems\n" \
524    "\t-P\t\tPurge all files of a package\n" \
525    "\t-r\t\tRemove all but the configuration files for a package\n" \
526    "\t-u\t\tUnpack a package, but don't configure it"
527
528#define dpkg_deb_trivial_usage \
529    "[-cefxX] FILE [argument]"
530#define dpkg_deb_full_usage \
531    "Perform actions on Debian packages (.debs)\n\n" \
532    "Options:\n" \
533    "\t-c\tList contents of filesystem tree\n" \
534    "\t-e\tExtract control files to [argument] directory\n" \
535    "\t-f\tDisplay control field name starting with [argument]\n" \
536    "\t-x\tExtract packages filesystem tree to directory\n" \
537    "\t-X\tVerbose extract"
538#define dpkg_deb_example_usage \
539    "$ dpkg-deb -X ./busybox_0.48-1_i386.deb /tmp\n"
540
541#define du_trivial_usage \
542    "[-aHLdclsx" USE_FEATURE_HUMAN_READABLE("hm") "k] [FILE]..."
543#define du_full_usage \
544    "Summarizes disk space used for each FILE and/or directory.\n" \
545    "Disk space is printed in units of " \
546    USE_FEATURE_DU_DEFAULT_BLOCKSIZE_1K("1024") \
547    SKIP_FEATURE_DU_DEFAULT_BLOCKSIZE_1K("512") \
548    " bytes.\n\n" \
549    "Options:\n" \
550    "\t-a\tshow sizes of files in addition to directories\n" \
551    "\t-H\tfollow symbolic links that are FILE command line args\n" \
552    "\t-L\tfollow all symbolic links encountered\n" \
553    "\t-d N\tlimit output to directories (and files with -a) of depth < N\n" \
554    "\t-c\toutput a grand total\n" \
555    "\t-l\tcount sizes many times if hard linked\n" \
556    "\t-s\tdisplay only a total for each argument\n" \
557    "\t-x\tskip directories on different filesystems\n" \
558    USE_FEATURE_HUMAN_READABLE( \
559        "\t-h\tprint sizes in human readable format (e.g., 1K 243M 2G )\n" \
560        "\t-m\tprint sizes in megabytes\n" \
561    ) \
562    "\t-k\tprint sizes in kilobytes" \
563    USE_FEATURE_DU_DEFAULT_BLOCKSIZE_1K("(default)")
564#define du_example_usage \
565    "$ du\n" \
566    "16      ./CVS\n" \
567    "12      ./kernel-patches/CVS\n" \
568    "80      ./kernel-patches\n" \
569    "12      ./tests/CVS\n" \
570    "36      ./tests\n" \
571    "12      ./scripts/CVS\n" \
572    "16      ./scripts\n" \
573    "12      ./docs/CVS\n" \
574    "104     ./docs\n" \
575    "2417    .\n"
576
577#define dumpkmap_trivial_usage \
578    "> keymap"
579#define dumpkmap_full_usage \
580    "Prints out a binary keyboard translation table to standard output."
581#define dumpkmap_example_usage \
582    "$ dumpkmap > keymap\n"
583
584#define dumpleases_trivial_usage \
585    "[-r|-a] [-f LEASEFILE]"
586#define dumpleases_full_usage \
587    "Displays the DHCP leases granted by udhcpd.\n\n" \
588    "Options:\n" \
589    "\t-f,\t--file=FILENAME\tLeases file to load\n" \
590    "\t-r,\t--remaining\tInterpret lease times as time remaining\n" \
591    "\t-a,\t--absolute\tInterpret lease times as expire time"
592
593#define e2fsck_trivial_usage \
594    "[-panyrcdfvstDFSV] [-b superblock] [-B blocksize] " \
595    "[-I inode_buffer_blocks] [-P process_inode_size] " \
596    "[-l|-L bad_blocks_file] [-C fd] [-j external_journal] " \
597    "[-E extended-options] device"
598#define e2fsck_full_usage \
599    "Check a Linux ext2/ext3 file system.\n\n" \
600    "Options:\n" \
601    "\t-p\tAutomatic repair (no questions)\n" \
602    "\t-n\tMake no changes to the filesystem\n" \
603    "\t-y\tAssume 'yes' to all questions\n" \
604    "\t-c\tCheck for bad blocks and add them to the badblock list\n" \
605    "\t-f\tForce checking even if filesystem is marked clean\n" \
606    "\t-v\tBe verbose\n" \
607    "\t-b superblock\tUse alternative superblock\n" \
608    "\t-B blocksize\tForce blocksize when looking for superblock\n" \
609    "\t-j journal\tSet location of the external journal\n" \
610    "\t-l file\tAdd to badblocks list\n" \
611    "\t-L file\tSet badblocks list"
612
613#define echo_trivial_usage \
614    USE_FEATURE_FANCY_ECHO("[-neE] ") "[ARG ...]"
615#define echo_full_usage \
616    "Prints the specified ARGs to stdout\n\n" \
617    USE_FEATURE_FANCY_ECHO( \
618        "Options:\n" \
619        "\t-n\tsuppress trailing newline\n" \
620        "\t-e\tinterpret backslash-escaped characters (i.e., \\t=tab)\n" \
621        "\t-E\tdisable interpretation of backslash-escaped characters" \
622    )
623#define echo_example_usage \
624    "$ echo \"Erik is cool\"\n" \
625    "Erik is cool\n" \
626    USE_FEATURE_FANCY_ECHO("$  echo -e \"Erik\\nis\\ncool\"\n" \
627    "Erik\n" \
628    "is\n" \
629    "cool\n" \
630    "$ echo \"Erik\\nis\\ncool\"\n" \
631    "Erik\\nis\\ncool\n")
632
633#define eject_trivial_usage \
634    "[-t] [DEVICE]"
635#define eject_full_usage \
636    "Eject specified DEVICE (or default /dev/cdrom).\n\n" \
637    "Options:\n" \
638    "\t-t\tclose tray"
639
640#define ed_trivial_usage ""
641#define ed_full_usage ""
642
643#define env_trivial_usage \
644    "[-iu] [-] [name=value]... [command]"
645#define env_full_usage \
646    "Prints the current environment or runs a program after setting\n" \
647    "up the specified environment.\n\n" \
648    "Options:\n" \
649    "\t-, -i\tstart with an empty environment\n" \
650    "\t-u\tremove variable from the environment"
651
652#define ether_wake_trivial_usage \
653    "[-b] [-i iface] [-p aa:bb:cc:dd[:ee:ff]] MAC"
654#define ether_wake_full_usage \
655    "Send a magic packet to wake up sleeping machines.\n" \
656    "MAC must be a station address (00:11:22:33:44:55) or\n" \
657    "    a hostname with a known 'ethers' entry.\n\n" \
658    "Options:\n" \
659    "\t-b\t\tSend wake-up packet to the broadcast address\n" \
660    "\t-i iface\tUse interface ifname instead of the default \"eth0\"\n" \
661    "\t-p pass\tAppend the four or six byte password PW to the packet"
662
663#define expr_trivial_usage \
664    "EXPRESSION"
665#define expr_full_usage \
666    "Prints the value of EXPRESSION to standard output.\n\n" \
667    "EXPRESSION may be:\n" \
668    "\tARG1 |  ARG2 ARG1 if it is neither null nor 0, otherwise ARG2\n" \
669    "\tARG1 &  ARG2 ARG1 if neither argument is null or 0, otherwise 0\n" \
670    "\tARG1 <  ARG2 ARG1 is less than ARG2\n" \
671    "\tARG1 <= ARG2 ARG1 is less than or equal to ARG2\n" \
672    "\tARG1 =  ARG2 ARG1 is equal to ARG2\n" \
673    "\tARG1 != ARG2 ARG1 is unequal to ARG2\n" \
674    "\tARG1 >= ARG2 ARG1 is greater than or equal to ARG2\n" \
675    "\tARG1 >  ARG2 ARG1 is greater than ARG2\n" \
676    "\tARG1 +  ARG2 arithmetic sum of ARG1 and ARG2\n" \
677    "\tARG1 -  ARG2 arithmetic difference of ARG1 and ARG2\n" \
678    "\tARG1 *  ARG2 arithmetic product of ARG1 and ARG2\n" \
679    "\tARG1 /  ARG2 arithmetic quotient of ARG1 divided by ARG2\n" \
680    "\tARG1 %  ARG2 arithmetic remainder of ARG1 divided by ARG2\n" \
681    "\tSTRING : REGEXP             anchored pattern match of REGEXP in STRING\n" \
682    "\tmatch STRING REGEXP         same as STRING : REGEXP\n" \
683    "\tsubstr STRING POS LENGTH    substring of STRING, POS counted from 1\n" \
684    "\tindex STRING CHARS          index in STRING where any CHARS is found,\n" \
685    "\t                            or 0\n" \
686    "\tlength STRING               length of STRING\n" \
687    "\tquote TOKEN                 interpret TOKEN as a string, even if\n" \
688    "\t                            it is a keyword like `match' or an\n" \
689    "\t                            operator like `/'\n" \
690    "\t( EXPRESSION )              value of EXPRESSION\n\n" \
691    "Beware that many operators need to be escaped or quoted for shells.\n" \
692    "Comparisons are arithmetic if both ARGs are numbers, else\n" \
693    "lexicographical.  Pattern matches return the string matched between \n" \
694    "\\( and \\) or null; if \\( and \\) are not used, they return the number \n" \
695    "of characters matched or 0."
696
697#define fakeidentd_trivial_usage \
698    "[-b ip] [STRING]"
699#define fakeidentd_full_usage \
700    "Returns a set string to auth requests\n\n" \
701    "\t-b\tBind to ip address\n" \
702    "\tSTRING\tThe ident answer string (default is nobody)"
703
704#define false_trivial_usage \
705    ""
706#define false_full_usage \
707    "Return an exit code of FALSE (1)."
708#define false_example_usage \
709    "$ false\n" \
710    "$ echo $?\n" \
711    "1\n"
712
713#define fbset_trivial_usage \
714    "[options] [mode]"
715#define fbset_full_usage \
716    "Show and modify frame buffer settings"
717#define fbset_example_usage \
718    "$ fbset\n" \
719    "mode \"1024x768-76\"\n" \
720    "\t# D: 78.653 MHz, H: 59.949 kHz, V: 75.694 Hz\n" \
721    "\tgeometry 1024 768 1024 768 16\n" \
722    "\ttimings 12714 128 32 16 4 128 4\n" \
723    "\taccel false\n" \
724    "\trgba 5/11,6/5,5/0,0/0\n" \
725    "endmode\n"
726
727#define fdflush_trivial_usage \
728    "DEVICE"
729#define fdflush_full_usage \
730    "Forces floppy disk drive to detect disk change"
731
732#define fdformat_trivial_usage \
733    "[-n] DEVICE"
734#define fdformat_full_usage \
735    "Low-level formats a floppy disk\n\n" \
736    "Options:\n" \
737    "\t-n\tDon't verify after format"
738
739#define fdisk_trivial_usage \
740    "[-luv] [-C CYLINDERS] [-H HEADS] [-S SECTORS] [-b SSZ] DISK"
741#define fdisk_full_usage \
742    "Change partition table\n" \
743    "Options:\n" \
744    "\t-l  List partition table(s)\n" \
745    "\t-u  Give Start and End in sector (instead of cylinder) units\n" \
746    "\t-s PARTITION  Give partition size(s) in blocks\n" \
747    "\t-b 2048: (for certain MO disks) use 2048-byte sectors\n" \
748    "\t-C CYLINDERS  Set the number of cylinders\n" \
749    "\t-H HEADS  Set the number of heads\n" \
750    "\t-S SECTORS  Set the number of sectors\n" \
751    "\t-v  Give fdisk version"
752
753#define find_trivial_usage \
754    "[PATH...] [EXPRESSION]"
755#define find_full_usage \
756    "Search for files in a directory hierarchy.  The default PATH is\n" \
757    "the current directory; default EXPRESSION is '-print'\n" \
758    "\nEXPRESSION may consist of:\n" \
759    "\t-follow\t\tDereference symbolic links\n" \
760    "\t-name PATTERN\tFile name (leading directories removed) matches PATTERN\n" \
761    "\t-print\t\tPrint (default and assumed)\n" \
762    USE_FEATURE_FIND_PRINT0( \
763    "\t-print0\t\tDelimit output with null characters rather than\n\t\t\tnewlines" \
764) USE_FEATURE_FIND_TYPE( \
765    "\n\t-type X\t\tFiletype matches X (where X is one of: f,d,l,b,c,...)" \
766) USE_FEATURE_FIND_PERM( \
767    "\n\t-perm PERMS\tPermissions match any of (+NNN); all of (-NNN);\n\t\t\tor exactly (NNN)" \
768) USE_FEATURE_FIND_MTIME( \
769    "\n\t-mtime DAYS\tModified time is greater than (+N); less than (-N);\n\t\t\tor exactly (N) days" \
770) USE_FEATURE_FIND_MMIN( \
771    "\n\t-mmin MINS\tModified time is greater than (+N); less than (-N);\n\t\t\tor exactly (N) minutes" \
772) USE_FEATURE_FIND_NEWER( \
773    "\n\t-newer FILE\tModified time is more recent than FILE's" \
774) USE_FEATURE_FIND_INUM( \
775    "\n\t-inum N\t\tFile has inode number N" \
776) USE_FEATURE_FIND_EXEC( \
777    "\n\t-exec CMD\tExecute CMD with all instances of {} replaced by the" \
778    "\n\t\t\tfiles matching EXPRESSION")
779
780#define find_example_usage \
781    "$ find / -name passwd\n" \
782    "/etc/passwd\n"
783
784#define fold_trivial_usage \
785    "[-bs] [-w WIDTH] [FILE]"
786#define fold_full_usage \
787    "Wrap input lines in each FILE (standard input by default), writing to\n" \
788    "standard output.\n\n" \
789    "Options:\n" \
790    "\t-b\tcount bytes rather than columns\n" \
791    "\t-s\tbreak at spaces\n" \
792    "\t-w\tuse WIDTH columns instead of 80"
793
794#define free_trivial_usage \
795    ""
796#define free_full_usage \
797    "Displays the amount of free and used system memory"
798#define free_example_usage \
799    "$ free\n" \
800    "              total         used         free       shared      buffers\n" \
801    "  Mem:       257628       248724         8904        59644        93124\n" \
802    " Swap:       128516         8404       120112\n" \
803    "Total:       386144       257128       129016\n" \
804
805#define freeramdisk_trivial_usage \
806    "DEVICE"
807#define freeramdisk_full_usage \
808    "Frees all memory used by the specified ramdisk."
809#define freeramdisk_example_usage \
810    "$ freeramdisk /dev/ram2\n"
811
812#define fsck_trivial_usage \
813    "[-ANPRTV] [ -C [ fd ] ] [-t fstype] [fs-options] [filesys ...]"
814#define fsck_full_usage \
815    "Check and repair filesystems.\n\n" \
816    "Options:\n" \
817    "\t-A\tWalk /etc/fstab and check all filesystems\n" \
818    "\t-N\tDon't execute, just show what would be done\n" \
819    "\t-P\tWhen using -A, check filesystems in parallel\n" \
820    "\t-R\tWhen using -A, skip the root filesystem\n" \
821    "\t-T\tDon't show title on startup\n" \
822    "\t-V\tVerbose mode\n" \
823    "\t-C\tWrite status information to specified filedescriptor\n" \
824    "\t-t\tList of filesystem types to check"
825
826#define fsck_minix_trivial_usage \
827    "[-larvsmf] /dev/name"
828#define fsck_minix_full_usage \
829    "Performs a consistency check for MINIX filesystems.\n\n" \
830    "Options:\n" \
831    "\t-l\tLists all filenames\n" \
832    "\t-r\tPerform interactive repairs\n" \
833    "\t-a\tPerform automatic repairs\n" \
834    "\t-v\tverbose\n" \
835    "\t-s\tOutputs super-block information\n" \
836    "\t-m\tActivates MINIX-like \"mode not cleared\" warnings\n" \
837    "\t-f\tForce file system check"
838
839#define ftpget_trivial_usage \
840    "[options] remote-host local-file remote-file"
841#define ftpget_full_usage \
842    "Retrieve a remote file via FTP.\n\n" \
843    "Options:\n" \
844    "\t-c, --continue         Continue a previous transfer\n" \
845    "\t-v, --verbose          Verbose\n" \
846    "\t-u, --username         Username to be used\n" \
847    "\t-p, --password         Password to be used\n" \
848    "\t-P, --port             Port number to be used"
849
850#define ftpput_trivial_usage \
851    "[options] remote-host remote-file local-file"
852#define ftpput_full_usage \
853    "Store a local file on a remote machine via FTP.\n\n" \
854    "Options:\n" \
855    "\t-v, --verbose          Verbose\n" \
856    "\t-u, --username         Username to be used\n" \
857    "\t-p, --password         Password to be used\n" \
858    "\t-P, --port             Port number to be used"
859
860#define fuser_trivial_usage \
861    "[options] file OR port/proto"
862#define fuser_full_usage \
863    "Options:\n" \
864    "\t-m         Show all processes on the same mounted fs\n" \
865    "\t-k         Kill all processes that match.\n" \
866    "\t-s         Don't print or kill anything.\n" \
867    "\t-4         When using port/proto only search IPv4 space\n" \
868    "\t-6         When using port/proto only search IPv6 space\n" \
869    "\t-SIGNAL    When used with -k, this signal will be used to kill"
870
871#define getopt_trivial_usage \
872    "[OPTIONS]..."
873#define getopt_full_usage \
874    "Parse command options\n" \
875    "\t-a, --alternative        Allow long options starting with single -\n" \
876    "\t-l, --longoptions=longopts   Long options to be recognized\n" \
877    "\t-n, --name=progname      The name under which errors are reported\n" \
878    "\t-o, --options=optstring  Short options to be recognized\n" \
879    "\t-q, --quiet          Disable error reporting by getopt(3)\n" \
880    "\t-Q, --quiet-output       No normal output\n" \
881    "\t-s, --shell=shell        Set shell quoting conventions\n" \
882    "\t-T, --test           Test for getopt(1) version\n" \
883    "\t-u, --unquoted       Do not quote the output"
884#define getopt_example_usage \
885    "$ cat getopt.test\n" \
886    "#!/bin/sh\n" \
887    "GETOPT=`getopt -o ab:c:: --long a-long,b-long:,c-long:: \\\n" \
888    "       -n 'example.busybox' -- \"$@\"`\n" \
889    "if [ $? != 0 ] ; then  exit 1 ; fi\n" \
890    "eval set -- \"$GETOPT\"\n" \
891    "while true ; do\n" \
892    " case $1 in\n" \
893    "   -a|--a-long) echo \"Option a\" ; shift ;;\n" \
894    "   -b|--b-long) echo \"Option b, argument `$2'\" ; shift 2 ;;\n" \
895    "   -c|--c-long)\n" \
896    "     case \"$2\" in\n" \
897    "       \"\") echo \"Option c, no argument\"; shift 2 ;;\n" \
898    "       *)  echo \"Option c, argument `$2'\" ; shift 2 ;;\n" \
899    "     esac ;;\n" \
900    "   --) shift ; break ;;\n" \
901    "   *) echo \"Internal error!\" ; exit 1 ;;\n" \
902    " esac\n" \
903    "done\n"
904
905#define getty_trivial_usage \
906    "[OPTIONS]... baud_rate,... line [termtype]"
907#define getty_full_usage \
908    "Opens a tty, prompts for a login name, then invokes /bin/login\n\n" \
909    "Options:\n" \
910    "\t-h\t\tEnable hardware (RTS/CTS) flow control\n" \
911    "\t-i\t\tDo not display /etc/issue before running login\n" \
912    "\t-L\t\tLocal line, so do not do carrier detect\n" \
913    "\t-m\t\tGet baud rate from modem's CONNECT status message\n" \
914    "\t-w\t\tWait for a CR or LF before sending /etc/issue\n" \
915    "\t-n\t\tDo not prompt the user for a login name\n" \
916    "\t-f issue_file\tDisplay issue_file instead of /etc/issue\n" \
917    "\t-l login_app\tInvoke login_app instead of /bin/login\n" \
918    "\t-t timeout\tTerminate after timeout if no username is read\n" \
919    "\t-I initstring\tSets the init string to send before anything else\n" \
920    "\t-H login_host\tLog login_host into the utmp file as the hostname"
921
922#define grep_trivial_usage \
923    "[-ihHnqvs" \
924    USE_FEATURE_GREP_EGREP_ALIAS("E") \
925    USE_FEATURE_GREP_CONTEXT("ABC") \
926    "] PATTERN [FILEs...]"
927#define grep_full_usage \
928    "Search for PATTERN in each FILE or standard input.\n\n" \
929    "Options:\n" \
930    "\t-H\tprefix output lines with filename where match was found\n" \
931    "\t-h\tsuppress the prefixing filename on output\n" \
932    "\t-i\tignore case distinctions\n" \
933    "\t-l\tlist names of files that match\n" \
934    "\t-L\tlist names of files that do not match\n" \
935    "\t-n\tprint line number with output lines\n" \
936    "\t-q\tbe quiet. Returns 0 if PATTERN was found, 1 otherwise\n" \
937    "\t-v\tselect non-matching lines\n" \
938    "\t-s\tsuppress file open/read error messages\n" \
939    "\t-c\tonly print count of matching lines\n" \
940    "\t-f\tread PATTERN from file\n" \
941    "\t-e\tPATTERN is a regular expression\n" \
942    "\t-F\tPATTERN is a set of newline-separated strings" \
943    USE_FEATURE_GREP_EGREP_ALIAS("\n\t-E\tPATTERN is an extended regular expression") \
944    USE_FEATURE_GREP_CONTEXT("\n\t-A\tprint NUM lines of trailing context") \
945    USE_FEATURE_GREP_CONTEXT("\n\t-B\tprint NUM lines of leading context") \
946    USE_FEATURE_GREP_CONTEXT("\n\t-C\tprint NUM lines of output context")
947
948#define grep_example_usage \
949    "$ grep root /etc/passwd\n" \
950    "root:x:0:0:root:/root:/bin/bash\n" \
951    "$ grep ^[rR]oo. /etc/passwd\n" \
952    "root:x:0:0:root:/root:/bin/bash\n"
953
954#define gunzip_trivial_usage \
955    "[OPTION]... FILE"
956#define gunzip_full_usage \
957    "Uncompress FILE (or standard input if FILE is '-').\n\n" \
958    "Options:\n" \
959    "\t-c\tWrite output to standard output\n" \
960    "\t-f\tForce read when source is a terminal\n" \
961    "\t-t\tTest compressed file integrity"
962#define gunzip_example_usage \
963    "$ ls -la /tmp/BusyBox*\n" \
964    "-rw-rw-r--    1 andersen andersen   557009 Apr 11 10:55 /tmp/BusyBox-0.43.tar.gz\n" \
965    "$ gunzip /tmp/BusyBox-0.43.tar.gz\n" \
966    "$ ls -la /tmp/BusyBox*\n" \
967    "-rw-rw-r--    1 andersen andersen  1761280 Apr 14 17:47 /tmp/BusyBox-0.43.tar\n"
968
969#define gzip_trivial_usage \
970    "[OPTION]... [FILE]..."
971#define gzip_full_usage \
972    "Compress FILE(s) with maximum compression.\n" \
973    "When FILE is '-' or unspecified, reads standard input.  Implies -c.\n\n" \
974    "Options:\n" \
975    "\t-c\tWrite output to standard output instead of FILE.gz\n" \
976    "\t-d\tDecompress\n" \
977    "\t-f\tForce write when destination is a terminal"
978#define gzip_example_usage \
979    "$ ls -la /tmp/busybox*\n" \
980    "-rw-rw-r--    1 andersen andersen  1761280 Apr 14 17:47 /tmp/busybox.tar\n" \
981    "$ gzip /tmp/busybox.tar\n" \
982    "$ ls -la /tmp/busybox*\n" \
983    "-rw-rw-r--    1 andersen andersen   554058 Apr 14 17:49 /tmp/busybox.tar.gz\n"
984
985#define halt_trivial_usage \
986    "[-d<delay>] [-n<nosync>] [-f<force>]"
987#define halt_full_usage \
988    "Halt the system.\n" \
989    "Options:\n" \
990    "\t-d\t\tdelay interval for halting\n" \
991    "\t-n\t\tno call to sync()\n" \
992    "\t-f\t\tforce halt (don't go through init)"
993
994#define hdparm_trivial_usage \
995    "[options] [device] .."
996#define hdparm_full_usage \
997    USE_FEATURE_HDPARM_GET_IDENTITY("\tIf no device name is specified try to read from stdin.\n") \
998    "\nOptions:\n" \
999    "\t-a   get/set fs readahead\n" \
1000    "\t-A   set drive read-lookahead flag (0/1)\n" \
1001    "\t-b   get/set bus state (0 == off, 1 == on, 2 == tristate)\n" \
1002    "\t-B   set Advanced Power Management setting (1-255)\n" \
1003    "\t-c   get/set IDE 32-bit IO setting\n" \
1004    "\t-C   check IDE power mode status\n" \
1005    USE_FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_GETSET_DMA("\t-d   get/set using_dma flag\n") \
1006    "\t-D   enable/disable drive defect-mgmt\n" \
1007    "\t-f   flush buffer cache for device on exit\n" \
1008    "\t-g   display drive geometry\n" \
1009    "\t-h   display terse usage information\n" \
1010    USE_FEATURE_HDPARM_GET_IDENTITY("\t-i   display drive identification\n") \
1011    USE_FEATURE_HDPARM_GET_IDENTITY("\t-I   detailed/current information directly from drive\n") \
1012    "\t-k   get/set keep_settings_over_reset flag (0/1)\n" \
1013    "\t-K   set drive keep_features_over_reset flag (0/1)\n" \
1014    "\t-L   set drive doorlock (0/1) (removable harddisks only)\n" \
1015    "\t-m   get/set multiple sector count\n" \
1016    "\t-n   get/set ignore-write-errors flag (0/1)\n" \
1017    "\t-p   set PIO mode on IDE interface chipset (0,1,2,3,4,...)\n" \
1018    "\t-P   set drive prefetch count\n" \
1019    "\t-q   change next setting quietly\n" \
1020    "\t-Q   get/set DMA tagged-queuing depth (if supported)\n" \
1021    "\t-r   get/set readonly flag (DANGEROUS to set)\n" \
1022    USE_FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_SCAN_HWIF("\t-R   register an IDE interface (DANGEROUS)\n") \
1023    "\t-S   set standby (spindown) timeout\n" \
1024    "\t-t   perform device read timings\n" \
1025    "\t-T   perform cache read timings\n" \
1026    "\t-u   get/set unmaskirq flag (0/1)\n" \
1027    USE_FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_UNREGISTER_HWIF("\t-U   un-register an IDE interface (DANGEROUS)\n") \
1028    "\t-v   defaults; same as -mcudkrag for IDE drives\n" \
1029    "\t-V   display program version and exit immediately\n" \
1030    USE_FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_DRIVE_RESET("\t-w   perform device reset (DANGEROUS)\n") \
1031    "\t-W   set drive write-caching flag (0/1) (DANGEROUS)\n" \
1032    USE_FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_TRISTATE_HWIF("\t-x   tristate device for hotswap (0/1) (DANGEROUS)\n") \
1033    "\t-X   set IDE xfer mode (DANGEROUS)\n" \
1034    "\t-y   put IDE drive in standby mode\n" \
1035    "\t-Y   put IDE drive to sleep\n" \
1036    "\t-Z   disable Seagate auto-powersaving mode\n" \
1037    "\t-z   re-read partition table"
1038
1039#define head_trivial_usage \
1040    "[OPTION]... [FILE]..."
1041#define head_full_usage \
1042    "Print first 10 lines of each FILE to standard output.\n" \
1043    "With more than one FILE, precede each with a header giving the\n" \
1044    "file name. With no FILE, or when FILE is -, read standard input.\n\n" \
1045    "Options:\n" \
1046    "\t-n NUM\t\tPrint first NUM lines instead of first 10" \
1047    USE_FEATURE_FANCY_HEAD( \
1048    "\n\t-c NUM\t\toutput the first NUM bytes\n" \
1049    "\t-q\t\tnever output headers giving file names\n" \
1050    "\t-v\t\talways output headers giving file names" )
1051#define head_example_usage \
1052    "$ head -n 2 /etc/passwd\n" \
1053    "root:x:0:0:root:/root:/bin/bash\n" \
1054    "daemon:x:1:1:daemon:/usr/sbin:/bin/sh\n"
1055
1056#define hexdump_trivial_usage \
1057    "[-[bcCdefnosvx]] [OPTION] FILE"
1058#define hexdump_full_usage \
1059    "The hexdump utility is a filter which displays the specified files,\n" \
1060    "or the standard input, if no files are specified, in a user specified\n" \
1061    "format\n" \
1062    "\t-b\t\tOne-byte octal display\n" \
1063    "\t-c\t\tOne-byte character display\n" \
1064    "\t-C\t\tCanonical hex+ASCII, 16 bytes per line\n" \
1065    "\t-d\t\tTwo-byte decimal display\n" \
1066    "\t-e FORMAT STRING\n" \
1067    "\t-f FORMAT FILE\n" \
1068    "\t-n LENGTH\tInterpret only length bytes of input\n" \
1069    "\t-o\t\tTwo-byte octal display\n" \
1070    "\t-s OFFSET\tSkip offset byte\n" \
1071    "\t-v\t\tdisplay all input data\n" \
1072    "\t-x\t\tTwo-byte hexadecimal display"
1073
1074#define hostid_trivial_usage \
1075    ""
1076#define hostid_full_usage \
1077    "Print out a unique 32-bit identifier for the machine."
1078
1079#define hostname_trivial_usage \
1080    "[OPTION] {hostname | -F FILE}"
1081#define hostname_full_usage \
1082    "Get or set the hostname or DNS domain name. If a hostname is given\n" \
1083    "(or FILE with the -F parameter), the host name will be set.\n\n" \
1084    "Options:\n" \
1085    "\t-s\tShort\n" \
1086    "\t-i\tAddresses for the hostname\n" \
1087    "\t-d\tDNS domain name\n" \
1088    "\t-f\tFully qualified domain name\n" \
1089    "\t-F FILE\tUse the contents of FILE to specify the hostname"
1090#define hostname_example_usage \
1091    "$ hostname\n" \
1092    "sage\n"
1093
1094#define httpd_trivial_usage \
1095    "[-c <conf file>]" \
1096    USE_FEATURE_HTTPD_WITHOUT_INETD(" [-p <port>]") \
1097    USE_FEATURE_HTTPD_SETUID(" [-u user]") \
1098    USE_FEATURE_HTTPD_BASIC_AUTH(" [-r <realm>]") \
1099    USE_FEATURE_HTTPD_AUTH_MD5(" [-m pass]") \
1100    " [-h home]" \
1101    " [-d/-e <string>]"
1102#define httpd_full_usage \
1103    "Listens for incoming http server requests.\n\n" \
1104    "Options:\n" \
1105    "\t-c FILE\t\tSpecifies configuration file. (default httpd.conf)\n" \
1106    USE_FEATURE_HTTPD_WITHOUT_INETD("\t-p PORT\tServer port (default 80)\n") \
1107    USE_FEATURE_HTTPD_SETUID("\t-u USER\tSet uid to USER after listening privileges port\n") \
1108    USE_FEATURE_HTTPD_BASIC_AUTH("\t-r REALM\tAuthentication Realm for Basic Authentication\n") \
1109    USE_FEATURE_HTTPD_AUTH_MD5("\t-m PASS\t\tCrypt PASS with md5 algorithm\n") \
1110    "\t-h HOME  \tSpecifies http HOME directory (default ./)\n" \
1111    "\t-e STRING\tHtml encode STRING\n" \
1112    "\t-d STRING\tURL decode STRING"
1113
1114#define hwclock_trivial_usage \
1115    "[-r|--show] [-s|--hctosys] [-w|--systohc] [-l|--localtime] [-u|--utc]"
1116#define hwclock_full_usage \
1117    "Query and set the hardware clock (RTC)\n\n" \
1118    "Options:\n" \
1119    "\t-r\tread hardware clock and print result\n" \
1120    "\t-s\tset the system time from the hardware clock\n" \
1121    "\t-w\tset the hardware clock to the current system time\n" \
1122    "\t-u\tthe hardware clock is kept in coordinated universal time\n" \
1123    "\t-l\tthe hardware clock is kept in local time"
1124
1125#ifdef CONFIG_SELINUX
1126#  define USAGE_SELINUX(a) a
1127#else
1128#  define USAGE_SELINUX(a)
1129#endif
1130
1131#define id_trivial_usage \
1132    "[OPTIONS]... [USERNAME]"
1133#define id_full_usage \
1134    "Print information for USERNAME or the current user\n\n" \
1135    "Options:\n" \
1136    USAGE_SELINUX("\t-c\tprints only the security context\n") \
1137    "\t-g\tprints only the group ID\n" \
1138    "\t-u\tprints only the user ID\n" \
1139    "\t-n\tprint a name instead of a number\n" \
1140    "\t-r\tprints the real user ID instead of the effective ID"
1141#define id_example_usage \
1142    "$ id\n" \
1143    "uid=1000(andersen) gid=1000(andersen)\n"
1144
1145#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_IFCONFIG_SLIP
1146#  define USAGE_SIOCSKEEPALIVE(a) a
1147#else
1148#  define USAGE_SIOCSKEEPALIVE(a)
1149#endif
1150#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_IFCONFIG_MEMSTART_IOADDR_IRQ
1151#  define USAGE_IFCONFIG_MII(a) a
1152#else
1153#  define USAGE_IFCONFIG_MII(a)
1154#endif
1155#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_IFCONFIG_HW
1156#  define USAGE_IFCONFIG_HW(a) a
1157#else
1158#  define USAGE_IFCONFIG_HW(a)
1159#endif
1160#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_IFCONFIG_STATUS
1161#  define USAGE_IFCONFIG_OPT_A(a) a
1162#else
1163#  define USAGE_IFCONFIG_OPT_A(a)
1164#endif
1165#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_IPV6
1166#  define USAGE_IPV6(a) a
1167#else
1168#  define USAGE_IPV6(a)
1169#endif
1170
1171#define ifconfig_trivial_usage \
1172    USAGE_IFCONFIG_OPT_A("[-a]") " <interface> [<address>]"
1173#define ifconfig_full_usage \
1174    "configure a network interface\n\n" \
1175    "Options:\n" \
1176    USAGE_IPV6("\t[add <address>[/<prefixlen>]]\n") \
1177    USAGE_IPV6("\t[del <address>[/<prefixlen>]]\n") \
1178    "\t[[-]broadcast [<address>]]  [[-]pointopoint [<address>]]\n" \
1179    "\t[netmask <address>]  [dstaddr <address>]\n" \
1180    USAGE_SIOCSKEEPALIVE("\t[outfill <NN>] [keepalive <NN>]\n") \
1181    "\t" USAGE_IFCONFIG_HW("[hw ether <address>]  ") \
1182    "[metric <NN>]  [mtu <NN>]\n" \
1183    "\t[[-]trailers]  [[-]arp]  [[-]allmulti]\n" \
1184    "\t[multicast]  [[-]promisc]  [txqueuelen <NN>]  [[-]dynamic]\n" \
1185    USAGE_IFCONFIG_MII("\t[mem_start <NN>]  [io_addr <NN>]  [irq <NN>]\n") \
1186    "\t[up|down] ..."
1187
1188#define ifup_trivial_usage \
1189    "<-ahinv> <ifaces...>"
1190#define ifup_full_usage \
1191    "ifup <options> <ifaces...>\n\n" \
1192    "Options:\n" \
1193    "\t-h\tthis help\n" \
1194    "\t-a\tde/configure all interfaces automatically\n" \
1195    "\t-i FILE\tuse FILE for interface definitions\n" \
1196    "\t-n\tprint out what would happen, but don't do it\n" \
1197    "\t\t\t(note that this option doesn't disable mappings)\n" \
1198    "\t-v\tprint out what would happen before doing it\n" \
1199    "\t-m\tdon't run any mappings\n" \
1200    "\t-f\tforce de/configuration"
1201
1202#define ifdown_trivial_usage \
1203    "<-ahinv> <ifaces...>"
1204#define ifdown_full_usage \
1205    "ifdown <options> <ifaces...>\n\n" \
1206    "Options:\n" \
1207    "\t-h\tthis help\n" \
1208    "\t-a\tde/configure all interfaces automatically\n" \
1209    "\t-i FILE\tuse FILE for interface definitions\n" \
1210    "\t-n\tprint out what would happen, but don't do it\n" \
1211    "\t\t(note that this option doesn't disable mappings)\n" \
1212    "\t-v\tprint out what would happen before doing it\n" \
1213    "\t-m\tdon't run any mappings\n" \
1214    "\t-f\tforce de/configuration"
1215
1216#define inetd_trivial_usage \
1217    "[-f] [-q len] [conf]"
1218#define inetd_full_usage \
1219    "Listens for network connections and launches programs\n\n" \
1220    "Option:\n" \
1221    "\t-f\tRun as a foreground progress\n" \
1222    "\t-q\tSets the size of the socket listen queue to\n" \
1223    "\t\tthe specified value. Default is 128"
1224
1225#define init_trivial_usage \
1226    ""
1227#define init_full_usage \
1228    "Init is the parent of all processes."
1229#define init_notes_usage \
1230"This version of init is designed to be run only by the kernel.\n" \
1231"\n" \
1232"BusyBox init doesn't support multiple runlevels.  The runlevels field of\n" \
1233"the /etc/inittab file is completely ignored by BusyBox init. If you want \n" \
1234"runlevels, use sysvinit.\n" \
1235"\n" \
1236"BusyBox init works just fine without an inittab.  If no inittab is found, \n" \
1237"it has the following default behavior:\n" \
1238"\n" \
1239"   ::sysinit:/etc/init.d/rcS\n" \
1240"   ::askfirst:/bin/sh\n" \
1241"   ::ctrlaltdel:/sbin/reboot\n" \
1242"   ::shutdown:/sbin/swapoff -a\n" \
1243"   ::shutdown:/bin/umount -a -r\n" \
1244"   ::restart:/sbin/init\n" \
1245"\n" \
1246"if it detects that /dev/console is _not_ a serial console, it will also run:\n" \
1247"\n" \
1248"   tty2::askfirst:/bin/sh\n" \
1249"   tty3::askfirst:/bin/sh\n" \
1250"   tty4::askfirst:/bin/sh\n" \
1251"\n" \
1252"If you choose to use an /etc/inittab file, the inittab entry format is as follows:\n" \
1253"\n" \
1254"   <id>:<runlevels>:<action>:<process>\n" \
1255"\n" \
1256"   <id>:\n" \
1257"\n" \
1258"       WARNING: This field has a non-traditional meaning for BusyBox init!\n" \
1259"       The id field is used by BusyBox init to specify the controlling tty for\n" \
1260"       the specified process to run on.  The contents of this field are\n" \
1261"       appended to \"/dev/\" and used as-is.  There is no need for this field to\n" \
1262"       be unique, although if it isn't you may have strange results.  If this\n" \
1263"       field is left blank, the controlling tty is set to the console.  Also\n" \
1264"       note that if BusyBox detects that a serial console is in use, then only\n" \
1265"       entries whose controlling tty is either the serial console or /dev/null\n" \
1266"       will be run.  BusyBox init does nothing with utmp.  We don't need no\n" \
1267"       stinkin' utmp.\n" \
1268"\n" \
1269"   <runlevels>:\n" \
1270"\n" \
1271"       The runlevels field is completely ignored.\n" \
1272"\n" \
1273"   <action>:\n" \
1274"\n" \
1275"       Valid actions include: sysinit, respawn, askfirst, wait,\n" \
1276"       once, restart, ctrlaltdel, and shutdown.\n" \
1277"\n" \
1278"       The available actions can be classified into two groups: actions\n" \
1279"       that are run only once, and actions that are re-run when the specified\n" \
1280"       process exits.\n" \
1281"\n" \
1282"       Run only-once actions:\n" \
1283"\n" \
1284"           'sysinit' is the first item run on boot.  init waits until all\n" \
1285"           sysinit actions are completed before continuing.  Following the\n" \
1286"           completion of all sysinit actions, all 'wait' actions are run.\n" \
1287"           'wait' actions, like  'sysinit' actions, cause init to wait until\n" \
1288"           the specified task completes.  'once' actions are asynchronous,\n" \
1289"           therefore, init does not wait for them to complete.  'restart' is\n" \
1290"           the action taken to restart the init process.  By default this should\n" \
1291"           simply run /sbin/init, but can be a script which runs pivot_root or it\n" \
1292"           can do all sorts of other interesting things.  The 'ctrlaltdel' init\n" \
1293"           actions are run when the system detects that someone on the system\n" \
1294"                       console has pressed the CTRL-ALT-DEL key combination.  Typically one\n" \
1295"                       wants to run 'reboot' at this point to cause the system to reboot.\n" \
1296"           Finally the 'shutdown' action specifies the actions to taken when\n" \
1297"                       init is told to reboot.  Unmounting filesystems and disabling swap\n" \
1298"                       is a very good here\n" \
1299"\n" \
1300"       Run repeatedly actions:\n" \
1301"\n" \
1302"           'respawn' actions are run after the 'once' actions.  When a process\n" \
1303"           started with a 'respawn' action exits, init automatically restarts\n" \
1304"           it.  Unlike sysvinit, BusyBox init does not stop processes from\n" \
1305"           respawning out of control.  The 'askfirst' actions acts just like\n" \
1306"           respawn, except that before running the specified process it\n" \
1307"           displays the line \"Please press Enter to activate this console.\"\n" \
1308"           and then waits for the user to press enter before starting the\n" \
1309"           specified process.\n" \
1310"\n" \
1311"       Unrecognized actions (like initdefault) will cause init to emit an\n" \
1312"       error message, and then go along with its business.  All actions are\n" \
1313"       run in the order they appear in /etc/inittab.\n" \
1314"\n" \
1315"   <process>:\n" \
1316"\n" \
1317"       Specifies the process to be executed and its command line.\n" \
1318"\n" \
1319"Example /etc/inittab file:\n" \
1320"\n" \
1321"   # This is run first except when booting in single-user mode.\n" \
1322"   #\n" \
1323"   ::sysinit:/etc/init.d/rcS\n" \
1324"   \n" \
1325"   # /bin/sh invocations on selected ttys\n" \
1326"   #\n" \
1327"   # Start an \"askfirst\" shell on the console (whatever that may be)\n" \
1328"   ::askfirst:-/bin/sh\n" \
1329"   # Start an \"askfirst\" shell on /dev/tty2-4\n" \
1330"   tty2::askfirst:-/bin/sh\n" \
1331"   tty3::askfirst:-/bin/sh\n" \
1332"   tty4::askfirst:-/bin/sh\n" \
1333"   \n" \
1334"   # /sbin/getty invocations for selected ttys\n" \
1335"   #\n" \
1336"   tty4::respawn:/sbin/getty 38400 tty4\n" \
1337"   tty5::respawn:/sbin/getty 38400 tty5\n" \
1338"   \n" \
1339"   \n" \
1340"   # Example of how to put a getty on a serial line (for a terminal)\n" \
1341"   #\n" \
1342"   #::respawn:/sbin/getty -L ttyS0 9600 vt100\n" \
1343"   #::respawn:/sbin/getty -L ttyS1 9600 vt100\n" \
1344"   #\n" \
1345"   # Example how to put a getty on a modem line.\n" \
1346"   #::respawn:/sbin/getty 57600 ttyS2\n" \
1347"   \n" \
1348"   # Stuff to do when restarting the init process\n" \
1349"   ::restart:/sbin/init\n" \
1350"   \n" \
1351"   # Stuff to do before rebooting\n" \
1352"   ::ctrlaltdel:/sbin/reboot\n" \
1353"   ::shutdown:/bin/umount -a -r\n" \
1354"   ::shutdown:/sbin/swapoff -a\n"
1355
1356#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_INSMOD_LOAD_MAP
1357#  define USAGE_INSMOD_MAP(a) a
1358#else
1359#  define USAGE_INSMOD_MAP(a)
1360#endif
1361#define insmod_trivial_usage \
1362    "[OPTION]... MODULE [symbol=value]..."
1363#define insmod_full_usage \
1364    "Loads the specified kernel modules into the kernel.\n\n" \
1365    "Options:\n" \
1366    "\t-f\tForce module to load into the wrong kernel version\n" \
1367    "\t-k\tMake module autoclean-able\n" \
1368    "\t-v\tverbose output\n"  \
1369    "\t-q\tquiet output\n" \
1370    "\t-L\tLock to prevent simultaneous loads of a module\n" \
1371    USAGE_INSMOD_MAP("\t-m\tOutput load map to stdout\n") \
1372    "\t-o NAME\tSet internal module name to NAME\n" \
1373    "\t-x\tdo not export externs"
1374
1375#define install_trivial_usage \
1376    "[-cgmops] [sources] <dest|directory>"
1377#define install_full_usage \
1378    "Copies files and set attributes\n\n" \
1379    "Options:\n" \
1380    "\t-c\tcopy the file, default\n" \
1381    "\t-d\tcreate directories\n" \
1382    "\t-g\tset group ownership\n" \
1383    "\t-m\tset permission modes\n" \
1384    "\t-o\tset ownership\n" \
1385    "\t-p\tpreserve date\n" \
1386    "\t-s\tstrip symbol tables"
1387
1388#define ip_trivial_usage \
1389    "[ OPTIONS ] { address | link | route | tunnel } { COMMAND | help }"
1390#define ip_full_usage \
1391    "ip [ OPTIONS ] OBJECT { COMMAND | help }\n" \
1392    "where  OBJECT := { link | addr | route | tunnel }\n" \
1393    "OPTIONS := { -f[amily] { inet | inet6 | link } | -o[neline] }"
1394
1395#define ipaddr_trivial_usage \
1396    "{ {add|del} IFADDR dev STRING | {show|flush}\n" \
1397    "\t\t[ dev STRING ] [ to PREFIX ] }"
1398#define ipaddr_full_usage \
1399    "ipaddr {add|delete} IFADDR dev STRING\n" \
1400    "ipaddr {show|flush} [ dev STRING ] [ scope SCOPE-ID ]\n" \
1401    "\t\t\t[ to PREFIX ] [ label PATTERN ]\n" \
1402    "\t\t\tIFADDR := PREFIX | ADDR peer PREFIX\n" \
1403    "\t\t\t[ broadcast ADDR ] [ anycast ADDR ]\n" \
1404    "\t\t\t[ label STRING ] [ scope SCOPE-ID ]\n" \
1405    "\t\t\tSCOPE-ID := [ host | link | global | NUMBER ]"
1406
1407#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_IPCALC_FANCY
1408#  define XUSAGE_IPCALC_FANCY(a) a
1409#else
1410#  define XUSAGE_IPCALC_FANCY(a)
1411#endif
1412#define ipcalc_trivial_usage \
1413    "[OPTION]... <ADDRESS>[[/]<NETMASK>] [NETMASK]"
1414#define ipcalc_full_usage \
1415    "Calculate IP network settings from a IP address\n\n" \
1416    "Options:\n" \
1417    "\t-b\t--broadcast\tDisplay calculated broadcast address\n" \
1418    "\t-n\t--network\tDisplay calculated network address\n" \
1419    "\t-m\t--netmask\tDisplay default netmask for IP" \
1420    XUSAGE_IPCALC_FANCY( \
1421    "\n\t-p\t--prefix\tDisplay the prefix for IP/NETMASK\n" \
1422    "\t-h\t--hostname\tDisplay first resolved host name\n" \
1423    "\t-s\t--silent\tDon't ever display error messages")
1424
1425#define ipcrm_trivial_usage \
1426    "[-[MQS] key] [-[mqs] id]"
1427#define ipcrm_full_usage \
1428    "The upper-case options MQS are used to remove a shared memory\n" \
1429    "segment by an shmkey value. The lower-case options mqs are used\n" \
1430    "to remove a segment by shmid value.\n" \
1431    "\t-m | -M\tRemove the memory segment after the last detach\n" \
1432    "\t-q | -Q\tRemove the message queue\n" \
1433    "\t-s | -S\tRemove the semaphore"
1434
1435#define ipcs_trivial_usage \
1436    "[[-smq] -i shmid] | [[-asmq] [-tclup]]"
1437#define ipcs_full_usage \
1438    "\t-i\tspecify a specific resource id\n" \
1439    "Resource specification:\n" \
1440    "\t-m\tshared memory segments\n" \
1441    "\t-q\tmessage queues\n" \
1442    "\t-s\tsemaphore arrays\n" \
1443    "\t-a\tall (default)\n" \
1444    "Output format:\n" \
1445    "\t-t\ttime\n" \
1446    "\t-p\tpid\n" \
1447    "\t-s\tcreator\n" \
1448    "\t-a\tlimits\n" \
1449    "\t-i\tsummary"
1450
1451#define iplink_trivial_usage \
1452    "{ set DEVICE { up | down | arp { on | off } | show [ DEVICE ] }"
1453#define iplink_full_usage \
1454    "iplink set DEVICE { up | down | arp { on | off } |\n" \
1455    "\t\t\tdynamic { on | off } |\n" \
1456    "\t\t\tmtu MTU }\n" \
1457    "\tiplink show [ DEVICE ]"
1458
1459#define iproute_trivial_usage \
1460    "{ list | flush | { add | del | change | append |\n" \
1461    "\t\treplace | monitor } ROUTE }"
1462#define iproute_full_usage \
1463    "iproute { list | flush } SELECTOR\n" \
1464    "iproute get ADDRESS [ from ADDRESS iif STRING ]\n" \
1465    "\t\t\t[ oif STRING ]  [ tos TOS ]\n" \
1466    "\tiproute { add | del | change | append | replace | monitor } ROUTE\n" \
1467    "\t\t\tSELECTOR := [ root PREFIX ] [ match PREFIX ] [ proto RTPROTO ]\n" \
1468    "\t\t\tROUTE := [ TYPE ] PREFIX [ tos TOS ] [ proto RTPROTO ]"
1469
1470#define iptunnel_trivial_usage \
1471    "{ add | change | del | show } [ NAME ]\n" \
1472    "\t\t[ mode { ipip | gre | sit } ]\n" \
1473    "\t\t[ remote ADDR ] [ local ADDR ] [ ttl TTL ]"
1474#define iptunnel_full_usage \
1475    "iptunnel { add | change | del | show } [ NAME ]\n" \
1476    "\t\t\t[ mode { ipip | gre | sit } ] [ remote ADDR ] [ local ADDR ]\n" \
1477    "\t\t\t[ [i|o]seq ] [ [i|o]key KEY ] [ [i|o]csum ]\n" \
1478    "\t\t\t[ ttl TTL ] [ tos TOS ] [ [no]pmtudisc ] [ dev PHYS_DEV ]"
1479
1480#define kill_trivial_usage \
1481    "[-signal] process-id [process-id ...]"
1482#define kill_full_usage \
1483    "Send a signal (default is SIGTERM) to the specified process(es).\n\n" \
1484    "Options:\n" \
1485    "\t-l\tList all signal names and numbers"
1486#define kill_example_usage \
1487    "$ ps | grep apache\n" \
1488    "252 root     root     S [apache]\n" \
1489    "263 www-data www-data S [apache]\n" \
1490    "264 www-data www-data S [apache]\n" \
1491    "265 www-data www-data S [apache]\n" \
1492    "266 www-data www-data S [apache]\n" \
1493    "267 www-data www-data S [apache]\n" \
1494    "$ kill 252\n"
1495
1496#define killall_trivial_usage \
1497    "[-q] [-signal] process-name [process-name ...]"
1498#define killall_full_usage \
1499    "Send a signal (default is SIGTERM) to the specified process(es).\n\n" \
1500    "Options:\n" \
1501    "\t-l\tList all signal names and numbers\n" \
1502    "\t-q\tDo not complain if no processes were killed"
1503#define killall_example_usage \
1504    "$ killall apache\n"
1505
1506#define klogd_trivial_usage \
1507    "[-c n] [-n]"
1508#define klogd_full_usage \
1509    "Kernel logger.\n" \
1510    "Options:\n" \
1511    "\t-c n\tSets the default log level of console messages to n\n" \
1512    "\t-n\tRun as a foreground process"
1513
1514#define length_trivial_usage \
1515    "STRING"
1516#define length_full_usage \
1517    "Prints out the length of the specified STRING."
1518#define length_example_usage \
1519    "$ length Hello\n" \
1520    "5\n"
1521
1522#define less_trivial_usage \
1523    "[-EMNmh~?] FILE1 FILE2..."
1524#define less_full_usage \
1525    "View a file or list of files. The position within files can be\n" \
1526    "changed, and files can be manipulated in various ways with the\n" \
1527    "following options:\n\n" \
1528    "\t-E\tQuit once the end of a file is reached\n" \
1529    "\t-M\tDisplay a status line containing the current line numbers\n" \
1530    "\t\tand the percentage through the file\n" \
1531    "\t-N\tPrefix line numbers to each line\n" \
1532    "\t-m\tDisplay a status line containing the percentage through the\n" \
1533    "\t\tfile\n" \
1534    "\t-~\tSuppress ~s displayed when input past the end of the file is\n" \
1535    "\t\treached.\n" \
1536    "\t-h, -?\tDisplay this help message"
1537
1538#define setarch_trivial_usage \
1539    "<personality> <program> [args ...]"
1540#define setarch_full_usage \
1541    "Personality may be:\n" \
1542    "\tlinux32\tSet 32bit uname emulation\n" \
1543    "\tlinux64\tSet 64bit uname emulation"
1544
1545#define ln_trivial_usage \
1546    "[OPTION] TARGET... LINK_NAME|DIRECTORY"
1547#define ln_full_usage \
1548    "Create a link named LINK_NAME or DIRECTORY to the specified TARGET\n" \
1549    "\nYou may use '--' to indicate that all following arguments are non-options.\n\n" \
1550    "Options:\n" \
1551    "\t-s\tmake symbolic links instead of hard links\n" \
1552    "\t-f\tremove existing destination files\n" \
1553    "\t-n\tno dereference symlinks - treat like normal file\n" \
1554    "\t-b\tmake a backup of the target (if exists) before link operation\n" \
1555    "\t-S suffix\tuse suffix instead of ~ when making backup files"
1556#define ln_example_usage \
1557    "$ ln -s BusyBox /tmp/ls\n" \
1558    "$ ls -l /tmp/ls\n" \
1559    "lrwxrwxrwx    1 root     root            7 Apr 12 18:39 ls -> BusyBox*\n"
1560
1561#define loadfont_trivial_usage \
1562    "< font"
1563#define loadfont_full_usage \
1564    "Loads a console font from standard input."
1565#define loadfont_example_usage \
1566    "$ loadfont < /etc/i18n/fontname\n"
1567
1568#define loadkmap_trivial_usage \
1569    "< keymap"
1570#define loadkmap_full_usage \
1571    "Loads a binary keyboard translation table from standard input."
1572#define loadkmap_example_usage \
1573    "$ loadkmap < /etc/i18n/lang-keymap\n"
1574
1575#define logger_trivial_usage \
1576    "[OPTION]... [MESSAGE]"
1577#define logger_full_usage \
1578    "Write MESSAGE to the system log.  If MESSAGE is omitted, log stdin.\n\n" \
1579    "Options:\n" \
1580    "\t-s\tLog to stderr as well as the system log\n" \
1581    "\t-t TAG\tLog using the specified tag (defaults to user name)\n" \
1582    "\t-p PRIORITY\tEnter the message with the specified priority\n" \
1583    "\t\tThis may be numerical or a ``facility.level'' pair"
1584#define logger_example_usage \
1585    "$ logger \"hello\"\n"
1586
1587#define login_trivial_usage \
1588    "[OPTION]... [username] [ENV=VAR ...]"
1589#define login_full_usage \
1590    "Begin a new session on the system\n\n" \
1591    "Options:\n" \
1592    "\t-f\tDo not authenticate (user already authenticated)\n" \
1593    "\t-h\tName of the remote host for this login\n" \
1594    "\t-p\tPreserve environment"
1595
1596#define logname_trivial_usage \
1597    ""
1598#define logname_full_usage \
1599    "Print the name of the current user."
1600#define logname_example_usage \
1601    "$ logname\n" \
1602    "root\n"
1603
1604#define logread_trivial_usage \
1605    "[OPTION]..."
1606#define logread_full_usage \
1607    "Shows the messages from syslogd (using circular buffer).\n\n" \
1608    "Options:\n" \
1609    "\t-f\t\toutput data as the log grows"
1610
1611#define losetup_trivial_usage \
1612    "[-od] LOOPDEVICE [FILE]"
1613#define losetup_full_usage \
1614    "Associate LOOPDEVICE with FILE, or display current association.\n\n" \
1615    "Options:\n" \
1616    "\t-d\t\tDisassociate LOOPDEVICE\n" \
1617    "\t-o OFFSET\tStart OFFSET bytes into FILE"
1618#define losetup_notes_usage \
1619    "One argument (losetup /dev/loop1) will display the current association\n" \
1620    "(if any), or disassociate it (with -d).  The display shows the offset\n" \
1621    "and filename of the file the loop device is currently bound to.\n\n" \
1622    "Two arguments (losetup /dev/loop1 file.img) create a new association,\n" \
1623    "with an optional offset (-o 12345).  Encryption is not yet supported.\n\n"
1624
1625#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_LS_TIMESTAMPS
1626#  define USAGE_LS_TIMESTAMPS(a) a
1627#else
1628#  define USAGE_LS_TIMESTAMPS(a)
1629#endif
1630#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_LS_FILETYPES
1631#  define USAGE_LS_FILETYPES(a) a
1632#else
1633#  define USAGE_LS_FILETYPES(a)
1634#endif
1635#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_LS_FOLLOWLINKS
1636#  define USAGE_LS_FOLLOWLINKS(a) a
1637#else
1638#  define USAGE_LS_FOLLOWLINKS(a)
1639#endif
1640#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_LS_RECURSIVE
1641#  define USAGE_LS_RECURSIVE(a) a
1642#else
1643#  define USAGE_LS_RECURSIVE(a)
1644#endif
1645#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_LS_SORTFILES
1646#  define USAGE_LS_SORTFILES(a) a
1647#else
1648#  define USAGE_LS_SORTFILES(a)
1649#endif
1650#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_AUTOWIDTH
1651#  define USAGE_AUTOWIDTH(a) a
1652#else
1653#  define USAGE_AUTOWIDTH(a)
1654#endif
1655#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_LS_COLOR
1656  #define USAGE_LS_COLOR(a) a
1657#else
1658  #define USAGE_LS_COLOR(a)
1659#endif
1660
1661#define ls_trivial_usage \
1662    "[-1Aa" USAGE_LS_TIMESTAMPS("c") "Cd" USAGE_LS_TIMESTAMPS("e") USAGE_LS_FILETYPES("F") "iln" USAGE_LS_FILETYPES("p") USAGE_LS_FOLLOWLINKS("L") USAGE_LS_RECURSIVE("R") USAGE_LS_SORTFILES("rS") "s" USAGE_AUTOWIDTH("T") USAGE_LS_TIMESTAMPS("tu") USAGE_LS_SORTFILES("v") USAGE_AUTOWIDTH("w") "x" USAGE_LS_SORTFILES("X") USE_FEATURE_HUMAN_READABLE("h") "k" USAGE_SELINUX("K") "] [filenames...]"
1663#define ls_full_usage \
1664    "List directory contents\n\n" \
1665    "Options:\n" \
1666    "\t-1\tlist files in a single column\n" \
1667    "\t-A\tdo not list implied . and ..\n" \
1668    "\t-a\tdo not hide entries starting with .\n" \
1669    "\t-C\tlist entries by columns\n" \
1670    USAGE_LS_TIMESTAMPS("\t-c\twith -l: show ctime\n") \
1671    USAGE_LS_COLOR("\t--color[={always,never,auto}]\tto control coloring\n") \
1672    "\t-d\tlist directory entries instead of contents\n" \
1673    USAGE_LS_TIMESTAMPS("\t-e\tlist both full date and full time\n") \
1674    USAGE_LS_FILETYPES("\t-F\tappend indicator (one of */=@|) to entries\n") \
1675    "\t-i\tlist the i-node for each file\n" \
1676    "\t-l\tuse a long listing format\n" \
1677    "\t-n\tlist numeric UIDs and GIDs instead of names\n" \
1678    USAGE_LS_FILETYPES("\t-p\tappend indicator (one of /=@|) to entries\n") \
1679    USAGE_LS_FOLLOWLINKS("\t-L\tlist entries pointed to by symbolic links\n") \
1680    USAGE_LS_RECURSIVE("\t-R\tlist subdirectories recursively\n") \
1681    USAGE_LS_SORTFILES("\t-r\tsort the listing in reverse order\n") \
1682    USAGE_LS_SORTFILES("\t-S\tsort the listing by file size\n") \
1683    "\t-s\tlist the size of each file, in blocks\n" \
1684    USAGE_AUTOWIDTH("\t-T NUM\tassume Tabstop every NUM columns\n") \
1685    USAGE_LS_TIMESTAMPS("\t-t\twith -l: show modification time\n") \
1686    USAGE_LS_TIMESTAMPS("\t-u\twith -l: show access time\n") \
1687    USAGE_LS_SORTFILES("\t-v\tsort the listing by version\n") \
1688    USAGE_AUTOWIDTH("\t-w NUM\tassume the terminal is NUM columns wide\n") \
1689    "\t-x\tlist entries by lines instead of by columns\n" \
1690    USAGE_LS_SORTFILES("\t-X\tsort the listing by extension\n") \
1691    USE_FEATURE_HUMAN_READABLE( \
1692    "\t-h\tprint sizes in human readable format (e.g., 1K 243M 2G )\n") \
1693    USAGE_SELINUX("\t-k\tprint security context\n") \
1694    USAGE_SELINUX("\t-K\tprint security context in long format\n")
1695
1696#define lsattr_trivial_usage \
1697    "[-Radlv] [files...]"
1698#define lsattr_full_usage \
1699    "list file attributes on an ext2 fs\n\n" \
1700    "Options:\n" \
1701    "\t-R\trecursively list subdirectories\n" \
1702    "\t-a\tdo not hide entries starting with .\n" \
1703    "\t-d\tlist directory entries instead of contents\n" \
1704    "\t-l\tprint long flag names\n" \
1705    "\t-v\tlist the file's version/generation number"
1706
1707#define lsmod_trivial_usage \
1708    ""
1709#define lsmod_full_usage \
1710    "List the currently loaded kernel modules."
1711
1712#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_MAKEDEVS_LEAF
1713#define makedevs_trivial_usage \
1714    "NAME TYPE MAJOR MINOR FIRST LAST [s]"
1715#define makedevs_full_usage \
1716    "Creates a range of block or character special files\n\n" \
1717    "TYPEs include:\n" \
1718    "\tb:\tMake a block (buffered) device.\n" \
1719    "\tc or u:\tMake a character (un-buffered) device.\n" \
1720    "\tp:\tMake a named pipe. MAJOR and MINOR are ignored for named pipes.\n\n" \
1721    "FIRST specifies the number appended to NAME to create the first device.\n" \
1722    "LAST specifies the number of the last item that should be created\n" \
1723    "If 's' is the last argument, the base device is created as well.\n\n" \
1724    "For example:\n" \
1725    "\tmakedevs /dev/ttyS c 4 66 2 63   ->  ttyS2-ttyS63\n" \
1726    "\tmakedevs /dev/hda b 3 0 0 8 s    ->  hda,hda1-hda8"
1727#define makedevs_example_usage \
1728    "# makedevs /dev/ttyS c 4 66 2 63\n" \
1729    "[creates ttyS2-ttyS63]\n" \
1730    "# makedevs /dev/hda b 3 0 0 8 s\n" \
1731    "[creates hda,hda1-hda8]\n"
1732#endif
1733
1734#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_MAKEDEVS_TABLE
1735#define makedevs_trivial_usage \
1736    "[-d device_table] rootdir"
1737#define makedevs_full_usage \
1738    "Creates a range of special files as specified in a device table.\n" \
1739    "Device table entries take the form of:\n" \
1740    "<type> <mode> <uid> <gid> <major> <minor> <start> <inc> <count>\n" \
1741    "Where name is the file name,  type can be one of:\n" \
1742    "      f       A regular file\n" \
1743    "      d       Directory\n" \
1744    "      c       Character special device file\n" \
1745    "      b       Block special device file\n" \
1746    "      p       Fifo (named pipe)\n" \
1747    "uid is the user id for the target file, gid is the group id for the\n" \
1748    "target file.  The rest of the entries (major, minor, etc) apply to\n" \
1749    "to device special files.  A '-' may be used for blank entries."
1750#define makedevs_example_usage \
1751    "For example:\n" \
1752    "<name>    <type> <mode><uid><gid><major><minor><start><inc><count>\n" \
1753    "/dev         d   755    0    0    -      -      -      -    -\n" \
1754    "/dev/console c   666    0    0    5      1      -      -    -\n" \
1755    "/dev/null    c   666    0    0    1      3      0      0    -\n" \
1756    "/dev/zero    c   666    0    0    1      5      0      0    -\n" \
1757    "/dev/hda     b   640    0    0    3      0      0      0    -\n" \
1758    "/dev/hda     b   640    0    0    3      1      1      1    15\n\n" \
1759    "Will Produce:\n" \
1760    "/dev\n" \
1761    "/dev/console\n" \
1762    "/dev/null\n" \
1763    "/dev/zero\n" \
1764    "/dev/hda\n" \
1765    "/dev/hda[0-15]\n"
1766#endif
1767
1768#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_MD5_SHA1_SUM_CHECK
1769#define USAGE_MD5_SHA1_SUM_CHECK(a) a
1770#else
1771#define USAGE_MD5_SHA1_SUM_CHECK(a)
1772#endif
1773
1774#define md5sum_trivial_usage \
1775    "[OPTION] [FILEs...]" \
1776    USAGE_MD5_SHA1_SUM_CHECK("\n   or: md5sum [OPTION] -c [FILE]")
1777#define md5sum_full_usage \
1778    "Print" USAGE_MD5_SHA1_SUM_CHECK(" or check") " MD5 checksums.\n\n" \
1779    "Options:\n" \
1780    "With no FILE, or when FILE is -, read standard input." \
1781    USAGE_MD5_SHA1_SUM_CHECK("\n\n" \
1782    "\t-c\tcheck MD5 sums against given list\n" \
1783    "\nThe following two options are useful only when verifying checksums:\n" \
1784    "\t-s\tdon't output anything, status code shows success\n" \
1785    "\t-w\twarn about improperly formated MD5 checksum lines")
1786#define md5sum_example_usage \
1787    "$ md5sum < busybox\n" \
1788    "6fd11e98b98a58f64ff3398d7b324003\n" \
1789    "$ md5sum busybox\n" \
1790    "6fd11e98b98a58f64ff3398d7b324003  busybox\n" \
1791    "$ md5sum -c -\n" \
1792    "6fd11e98b98a58f64ff3398d7b324003  busybox\n" \
1793    "busybox: OK\n" \
1794    "^D\n"
1795
1796#define mdev_trivial_usage \
1797    "[-s]"
1798#define mdev_full_usage \
1799    "\t-s\tScan /sys and populate /dev during system boot\n\n" \
1800    "Called with no options (via hotplug) it uses environment variables\n" \
1801    "to determine which device to add/remove."
1802#define mdev_notes_usage "" \
1803USE_FEATURE_MDEV_CONFIG( \
1804    "The mdev config file contains lines that look like:\n" \
1805    "  hd[a-z][0-9]* 0:3 660\n\n" \
1806    "That's device name (with regex match), uid:gid, and permissions.\n\n" \
1807    USE_FEATURE_MDEV_EXEC( \
1808        "Optionally, that can be followed (on the same line) by a special character\n" \
1809        "and a command line to run after creating/before deleting the corresponding\n" \
1810        "device(s).  The environment variable $MDEV indicates the active device node\n" \
1811        "(which is useful if it's a regex match).  For example:\n\n" \
1812        "  hdc root:cdrom 660  *ln -s $MDEV cdrom\n\n" \
1813        "The special characters are @ (run after creating), $ (run before deleting),\n" \
1814        "and * (run both after creating and before deleting).  The commands run in\n" \
1815        "the /dev directory, and use system() which calls /bin/sh.\n\n" \
1816    ) \
1817    "Config file parsing stops on the first matching line.  If no config\n"\
1818    "entry is matched, devices are created with default 0:0 660.  (Make\n"\
1819    "the last line match .* to override this.)\n\n" \
1820)
1821
1822#define mesg_trivial_usage \
1823    "[y|n]"
1824#define mesg_full_usage \
1825    "mesg controls write access to your terminal\n" \
1826    "\ty\tAllow write access to your terminal\n" \
1827    "\tn\tDisallow write access to your terminal"
1828
1829#define mkdir_trivial_usage \
1830    "[OPTION] DIRECTORY..."
1831#define mkdir_full_usage \
1832    "Create the DIRECTORY(ies) if they do not already exist\n\n" \
1833    "Options:\n" \
1834    "\t-m\tset permission mode (as in chmod), not rwxrwxrwx - umask\n" \
1835    "\t-p\tno error if existing, make parent directories as needed"
1836#define mkdir_example_usage \
1837    "$ mkdir /tmp/foo\n" \
1838    "$ mkdir /tmp/foo\n" \
1839    "/tmp/foo: File exists\n" \
1840    "$ mkdir /tmp/foo/bar/baz\n" \
1841    "/tmp/foo/bar/baz: No such file or directory\n" \
1842    "$ mkdir -p /tmp/foo/bar/baz\n"
1843
1844#define mke2fs_trivial_usage \
1845    "[-c|-l filename] [-b block-size] [-f fragment-size] [-g blocks-per-group] " \
1846    "[-i bytes-per-inode] [-j] [-J journal-options] [-N number-of-inodes] [-n] " \
1847    "[-m reserved-blocks-percentage] [-o creator-os] [-O feature[,...]] [-q] " \
1848    "[r fs-revision-level] [-E extended-options] [-v] [-F] [-L volume-label] " \
1849    "[-M last-mounted-directory] [-S] [-T filesystem-type] " \
1850    "device [blocks-count]"
1851#define mke2fs_full_usage \
1852    "\t-b size\tblock size in bytes\n" \
1853    "\t-c\tcheck for bad blocks before creating\n" \
1854    "\t-E opts\tset extended options\n" \
1855    "\t-f size\tfragment size in bytes\n" \
1856    "\t-F\tforce (ignore sanity checks)\n" \
1857    "\t-g num\tnumber of blocks in a block group\n" \
1858    "\t-i ratio\tthe bytes/inode ratio\n" \
1859    "\t-j\tcreate a journal (ext3)\n" \
1860    "\t-J opts\tset journal options (size/device)\n" \
1861    "\t-l file\tread bad blocks list from file\n" \
1862    "\t-L lbl\tset the volume label\n" \
1863    "\t-m percent\tpercent of fs blocks to reserve for admin\n" \
1864    "\t-M dir\tset last mounted directory\n" \
1865    "\t-n\tdo not actually create anything\n" \
1866    "\t-N num\tnumber of inodes to create\n" \
1867    "\t-o os\tset the 'creator os' field\n" \
1868    "\t-O features\tdir_index/filetype/has_journal/journal_dev/sparse_super\n" \
1869    "\t-q\tquiet execution\n" \
1870    "\t-r rev\tset filesystem revision\n" \
1871    "\t-S\twrite superblock and group descriptors only\n" \
1872    "\t-T fs-type\tset usage type (news/largefile/largefile4)\n" \
1873    "\t-v\tverbose execution"
1874
1875#define mkfifo_trivial_usage \
1876    "[OPTIONS] name"
1877#define mkfifo_full_usage \
1878    "Creates a named pipe (identical to 'mknod name p')\n\n" \
1879    "Options:\n" \
1880    "\t-m\tcreate the pipe using the specified mode (default a=rw)"
1881
1882#define mkfs_minix_trivial_usage \
1883    "[-c | -l filename] [-nXX] [-iXX] /dev/name [blocks]"
1884#define mkfs_minix_full_usage \
1885    "Make a MINIX filesystem.\n\n" \
1886    "Options:\n" \
1887    "\t-c\t\tCheck the device for bad blocks\n" \
1888    "\t-n [14|30]\tSpecify the maximum length of filenames\n" \
1889    "\t-i INODES\tSpecify the number of inodes for the filesystem\n" \
1890    "\t-l FILENAME\tRead the bad blocks list from FILENAME\n" \
1891    "\t-v\t\tMake a Minix version 2 filesystem"
1892
1893#define mknod_trivial_usage \
1894    "[OPTIONS] NAME TYPE MAJOR MINOR"
1895#define mknod_full_usage \
1896    "Create a special file (block, character, or pipe).\n\n" \
1897    "Options:\n" \
1898    "\t-m\tcreate the special file using the specified mode (default a=rw)\n\n" \
1899    "TYPEs include:\n" \
1900    "\tb:\tMake a block (buffered) device\n" \
1901    "\tc or u:\tMake a character (un-buffered) device\n" \
1902    "\tp:\tMake a named pipe. MAJOR and MINOR are ignored for named pipes"
1903#define mknod_example_usage \
1904    "$ mknod /dev/fd0 b 2 0\n" \
1905    "$ mknod -m 644 /tmp/pipe p\n"
1906
1907#define mkswap_trivial_usage \
1908    "[-c] [-v0|-v1] device [block-count]"
1909#define mkswap_full_usage \
1910    "Prepare a disk partition to be used as a swap partition.\n\n" \
1911    "Options:\n" \
1912    "\t-c\t\tCheck for read-ability\n" \
1913    "\t-v0\t\tMake version 0 swap [max 128 Megs]\n" \
1914    "\t-v1\t\tMake version 1 swap [big!] (default for kernels >\n\t\t\t2.1.117)\n" \
1915    "\tblock-count\tNumber of block to use (default is entire partition)"
1916
1917#define mktemp_trivial_usage \
1918    "[-dq] TEMPLATE"
1919#define mktemp_full_usage \
1920    "Creates a temporary file with its name based on TEMPLATE.\n" \
1921    "TEMPLATE is any name with six `Xs' (i.e., /tmp/temp.XXXXXX).\n\n" \
1922    "Options:\n" \
1923    "\t-d\t\tMake a directory instead of a file\n" \
1924    "\t-q\t\tFail silently if an error occurs"
1925#define mktemp_example_usage \
1926    "$ mktemp /tmp/temp.XXXXXX\n" \
1927    "/tmp/temp.mWiLjM\n" \
1928    "$ ls -la /tmp/temp.mWiLjM\n" \
1929    "-rw-------    1 andersen andersen        0 Apr 25 17:10 /tmp/temp.mWiLjM\n"
1930
1931#define modprobe_trivial_usage \
1932    "[-knqrsv] MODULE [symbol=value ...]"
1933#define modprobe_full_usage \
1934    "Options:\n" \
1935    "\t-k\tMake module autoclean-able\n" \
1936    "\t-n\tJust show what would be done\n" \
1937    "\t-q\tQuiet output\n" \
1938    "\t-r\tRemove module (stacks) or do autoclean\n" \
1939    "\t-s\tReport via syslog instead of stderr\n" \
1940    "\t-v\tVerbose output"
1941#define modprobe_notes_usage \
1942"modprobe can (un)load a stack of modules, passing each module options (when\n" \
1943"loading). modprobe uses a configuration file to determine what option(s) to\n" \
1944"pass each module it loads.\n" \
1945"\n" \
1946"The configuration file is searched (in order) amongst:\n" \
1947"\n" \
1948"    /etc/modprobe.conf (2.6 only)\n" \
1949"    /etc/modules.conf\n" \
1950"    /etc/conf.modules (deprecated)\n" \
1951"\n" \
1952"They all have the same syntax (see below). If none is present, it is\n" \
1953"_not_ an error; each loaded module is then expected to load without\n" \
1954"options. Once a file is found, the others are tested for.\n" \
1955"\n" \
1956"/etc/modules.conf entry format:\n" \
1957"\n" \
1958"  alias <alias_name> <mod_name>\n" \
1959"    Makes it possible to modprobe alias_name, when there is no such module.\n" \
1960"    It makes sense if your mod_name is long, or you want a more representative\n" \
1961"    name for that module (eg. 'scsi' in place of 'aha7xxx').\n" \
1962"    This makes it also possible to use a different set of options (below) for\n" \
1963"    the module and the alias.\n" \
1964"    A module can be aliased more than once.\n" \
1965"\n" \
1966"  options <mod_name|alias_name> <symbol=value ...>\n" \
1967"    When loading module mod_name (or the module aliased by alias_name), pass\n" \
1968"    the \"symbol=value\" pairs as option to that module.\n" \
1969"\n" \
1970"Sample /etc/modules.conf file:\n" \
1971"\n" \
1972"  options tulip irq=3\n" \
1973"  alias tulip tulip2\n" \
1974"  options tulip2 irq=4 io=0x308\n" \
1975"\n" \
1976"Other functionality offered by 'classic' modprobe is not available in\n" \
1977"this implementation.\n" \
1978"\n" \
1979"If module options are present both in the config file, and on the command line,\n" \
1980"then the options from the command line will be passed to the module _after_\n" \
1981"the options from the config file. That way, you can have defaults in the config\n" \
1982"file, and override them for a specific usage from the command line.\n"
1983#define modprobe_example_usage \
1984    "(with the above /etc/modules.conf):\n\n" \
1985    "$ modprobe tulip\n" \
1986    "   will load the module 'tulip' with default option 'irq=3'\n\n" \
1987    "$ modprobe tulip irq=5\n" \
1988    "   will load the module 'tulip' with option 'irq=5', thus overriding the default\n\n" \
1989    "$ modprobe tulip2\n" \
1990    "   will load the module 'tulip' with default options 'irq=4 io=0x308',\n" \
1991    "   which are the default for alias 'tulip2'\n\n" \
1992    "$ modprobe tulip2 irq=8\n" \
1993    "   will load the module 'tulip' with default options 'irq=4 io=0x308 irq=8',\n" \
1994    "   which are the default for alias 'tulip2' overridden by the option 'irq=8'\n\n" \
1995    "   from the command line\n\n" \
1996    "$ modprobe tulip2 irq=2 io=0x210\n" \
1997    "   will load the module 'tulip' with default options 'irq=4 io=0x308 irq=4 io=0x210',\n" \
1998    "   which are the default for alias 'tulip2' overridden by the options 'irq=2 io=0x210'\n\n" \
1999    "   from the command line\n"
2000
2001#define more_trivial_usage \
2002    "[FILE ...]"
2003#define more_full_usage \
2004    "More is a filter for viewing FILE one screenful at a time."
2005#define more_example_usage \
2006    "$ dmesg | more\n"
2007
2008#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_MOUNT_LOOP
2009#  define USAGE_MOUNT_LOOP(a) a
2010#else
2011#  define USAGE_MOUNT_LOOP(a)
2012#endif
2013#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_MTAB_SUPPORT
2014#  define USAGE_MTAB(a) a
2015#else
2016#  define USAGE_MTAB(a)
2017#endif
2018#define mount_trivial_usage \
2019    "[flags] DEVICE NODE [-o options,more-options]"
2020#define mount_full_usage \
2021    "Mount a filesystem.  Filesystem autodetection requires /proc be mounted.\n\n" \
2022    "Flags:\n"  \
2023    "\t-a:\t\tMount all filesystems in fstab\n" \
2024    USAGE_MTAB( \
2025    "\t-f:\t\t\"Fake\" Add entry to mount table but don't mount it\n" \
2026    "\t-n:\t\tDon't write a mount table entry\n" \
2027    ) \
2028    "\t-o option:\tOne of many filesystem options, listed below\n" \
2029    "\t-r:\t\tMount the filesystem read-only\n" \
2030    "\t-t fs-type:\tSpecify the filesystem type\n" \
2031    "\t-w:\t\tMount for reading and writing (default)\n" \
2032    "\n" \
2033    "Options for use with the \"-o\" flag:\n" \
2034    "\tasync/sync:\tWrites are asynchronous / synchronous\n" \
2035    "\tatime/noatime:\tEnable / disable updates to inode access times\n" \
2036    "\tdev/nodev:\tAllow use of special device files / disallow them\n" \
2037    "\texec/noexec:\tAllow use of executable files / disallow them\n" \
2038    USAGE_MOUNT_LOOP( \
2039    "\tloop:\t\t Ignored (loop devices are autodetected)\n" \
2040    ) \
2041    "\tsuid/nosuid:\tAllow set-user-id-root programs / disallow them\n" \
2042    "\tremount:\tRe-mount a mounted filesystem, changing its flags\n" \
2043    "\tro/rw:\t\tMount for read-only / read-write\n" \
2044    "\tbind:\t\tBind a directory to an additional location\n" \
2045    "\tmove:\t\tRelocate an existing mount point.\n" \
2046    "\nThere are EVEN MORE flags that are specific to each filesystem\n" \
2047    "You'll have to see the written documentation for those filesystems"
2048#define mount_example_usage \
2049    "$ mount\n" \
2050    "/dev/hda3 on / type minix (rw)\n" \
2051    "proc on /proc type proc (rw)\n" \
2052    "devpts on /dev/pts type devpts (rw)\n" \
2053    "$ mount /dev/fd0 /mnt -t msdos -o ro\n" \
2054    "$ mount /tmp/diskimage /opt -t ext2 -o loop\n" \
2055    "$ mount cd_image.iso mydir\n"
2056#define mount_notes_usage \
2057    "Returns 0 for success, number of failed mounts for -a, or errno for one mount."
2058
2059#define mountpoint_trivial_usage \
2060    "[-q] <[-d] DIR | -x DEVICE>"
2061#define mountpoint_full_usage \
2062    "mountpoint checks if the directory is a mountpoint\n\n" \
2063    "Options:\n"  \
2064    "\t-q:\t\tBe more quiet\n" \
2065    "\t-d:\t\tPrint major/minor device number of the filesystem\n" \
2066    "\t-x:\t\tPrint major/minor device number of the blockdevice"
2067#define mountpoint_example_usage \
2068    "$ mountpoint /proc\n" \
2069    "/proc is not a mountpoint\n" \
2070    "$ mountpoint /sys\n" \
2071    "/sys is a mountpoint\n"
2072
2073#define mt_trivial_usage \
2074    "[-f device] opcode value"
2075#define mt_full_usage \
2076    "Control magnetic tape drive operation\n" \
2077    "\nAvailable Opcodes:\n\n" \
2078    "bsf bsfm bsr bss datacompression drvbuffer eof eom erase\n" \
2079    "fsf fsfm fsr fss load lock mkpart nop offline ras1 ras2\n" \
2080    "ras3 reset retension rewind rewoffline seek setblk setdensity\n" \
2081    "setpart tell unload unlock weof wset"
2082
2083#define mv_trivial_usage \
2084    "[OPTION]... SOURCE DEST\n" \
2085    "or: mv [OPTION]... SOURCE... DIRECTORY"
2086#define mv_full_usage \
2087    "Rename SOURCE to DEST, or move SOURCE(s) to DIRECTORY.\n\n" \
2088    "Options:\n" \
2089    "\t-f\tdon't prompt before overwriting\n" \
2090    "\t-i\tinteractive, prompt before overwrite"
2091#define mv_example_usage \
2092    "$ mv /tmp/foo /bin/bar\n"
2093
2094#define nameif_trivial_usage \
2095    "[-s] [-c FILE] [{IFNAME MACADDR}]"
2096#define nameif_full_usage \
2097    "Nameif renaming network interface while it in the down state.\n\n" \
2098    "Options:\n" \
2099    "\t-c FILE\t\tUse configuration file (default is /etc/mactab)\n" \
2100    "\t-s\t\tUse syslog (LOCAL0 facility)\n" \
2101    "\tIFNAME MACADDR\tnew_interface_name interface_mac_address"
2102#define nameif_example_usage \
2103    "$ nameif -s dmz0 00:A0:C9:8C:F6:3F\n" \
2104    " or\n" \
2105    "$ nameif -c /etc/my_mactab_file\n" \
2106
2107#ifdef CONFIG_NC_GAPING_SECURITY_HOLE
2108#  define USAGE_NC_EXEC(a) a
2109#else
2110#  define USAGE_NC_EXEC(a)
2111#endif
2112#define nc_trivial_usage \
2113    "[OPTIONS] [IP] [port]"
2114#define nc_full_usage \
2115    "Netcat opens a pipe to IP:port\n\n" \
2116    "Options:\n" \
2117    "\t-l\t\tlisten mode, for inbound connects\n" \
2118    "\t-p PORT\t\tlocal port number\n" \
2119    "\t-i SECS\t\tdelay interval for lines sent\n" \
2120    USAGE_NC_EXEC( \
2121    "\t-e PROG\t\tprogram to exec after connect (dangerous!)\n" \
2122    ) \
2123    "\t-w SECS\t\ttimeout for connects and final net reads"
2124#define nc_example_usage \
2125    "$ nc foobar.somedomain.com 25\n" \
2126    "220 foobar ESMTP Exim 3.12 #1 Sat, 15 Apr 2000 00:03:02 -0600\n" \
2127    "help\n" \
2128    "214-Commands supported:\n" \
2129    "214-    HELO EHLO MAIL RCPT DATA AUTH\n" \
2130    "214     NOOP QUIT RSET HELP\n" \
2131    "quit\n" \
2132    "221 foobar closing connection\n"
2133
2134#define netstat_trivial_usage \
2135    "[-laenrtuwx]"
2136#define netstat_full_usage \
2137    "Netstat displays Linux networking information.\n\n" \
2138    "Options:\n" \
2139    "\t-l display listening server sockets\n" \
2140    "\t-a display all sockets (default: connected)\n" \
2141    "\t-e display other/more information\n" \
2142    "\t-n don't resolve names\n" \
2143    "\t-r display routing table\n" \
2144    "\t-t tcp sockets\n" \
2145    "\t-u udp sockets\n" \
2146    "\t-w raw sockets\n" \
2147    "\t-x unix sockets"
2148
2149#define nice_trivial_usage \
2150    "[-n ADJUST] [COMMAND [ARG] ...]"
2151#define nice_full_usage \
2152    "Nice runs a program with modified scheduling priority.\n\n" \
2153    "Options:\n" \
2154    "\t-n ADJUST\tAdjust the scheduling priority by ADJUST"
2155
2156#define nohup_trivial_usage \
2157    "COMMAND [ARGS]"
2158#define nohup_full_usage \
2159    "run a command immune to hangups, with output to a non-tty"
2160#define nohup_example_usage \
2161    "$ nohup make &"
2162
2163#define nslookup_trivial_usage \
2164    "[HOST] [SERVER]"
2165#define nslookup_full_usage \
2166    "Queries the nameserver for the IP address of the given HOST\n" \
2167    "optionally using a specified DNS server"
2168#define nslookup_example_usage \
2169    "$ nslookup localhost\n" \
2170    "Server:     default\n" \
2171    "Address:    default\n" \
2172    "\n" \
2173    "Name:       debian\n" \
2174    "Address:    127.0.0.1\n"
2175
2176#define od_trivial_usage \
2177    "[-aBbcDdeFfHhIiLlOovXx] [FILE]"
2178#define od_full_usage \
2179    "Write an unambiguous representation, octal bytes by default, of FILE\n" \
2180    "to standard output.  With no FILE, or when FILE is -, read standard input."
2181
2182#define openvt_trivial_usage \
2183    "<vtnum> <COMMAND> [ARGS...]"
2184#define openvt_full_usage \
2185    "Start a command on a new virtual terminal"
2186#define openvt_example_usage \
2187    "openvt 2 /bin/ash\n"
2188
2189#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_SHA1_PASSWORDS
2190#  define PASSWORD_ALG_TYPES(a) a
2191#else
2192#  define PASSWORD_ALG_TYPES(a)
2193#endif
2194#define passwd_trivial_usage \
2195    "[OPTION] [name]"
2196#define passwd_full_usage \
2197    "Change a user password. If no name is specified,\n" \
2198    "changes the password for the current user.\n" \
2199    "Options:\n" \
2200    "\t-a\tDefine which algorithm shall be used for the password\n" \
2201    "\t\t\t(Choices: des, md5" \
2202    PASSWORD_ALG_TYPES(", sha1") \
2203    ")\n\t-d\tDelete the password for the specified user account\n" \
2204    "\t-l\tLocks (disables) the specified user account\n" \
2205    "\t-u\tUnlocks (re-enables) the specified user account"
2206
2207#define patch_trivial_usage \
2208    "[-p<num>] [-i <diff>]"
2209#define patch_full_usage \
2210    "\t-p <num>\tStrip <num> leading components from file names\n" \
2211    "\t-i <diff>\tRead <diff> instead of stdin"
2212#define patch_example_usage \
2213    "$ patch -p1 < example.diff\n" \
2214    "$ patch -p0 -i example.diff"
2215
2216#if ENABLE_FEATURE_PIDOF_SINGLE
2217#define USAGE_FEATURE_PIDOF_SINGLE(a) a
2218#else
2219#define USAGE_FEATURE_PIDOF_SINGLE(a)
2220#endif
2221#if ENABLE_FEATURE_PIDOF_OMIT
2222#define USAGE_FEATURE_PIDOF_OMIT(a) a
2223#else
2224#define USAGE_FEATURE_PIDOF_OMIT(a)
2225#endif
2226#if (ENABLE_FEATURE_PIDOF_SINGLE || ENABLE_FEATURE_PIDOF_OMIT)
2227#define USAGE_PIDOF "Options:"
2228#else
2229#define USAGE_PIDOF "\n\tThis version of pidof accepts no options."
2230#endif
2231
2232#define pidof_trivial_usage \
2233    "process-name [OPTION] [process-name ...]"
2234
2235#define pidof_full_usage \
2236    "Lists the PIDs of all processes with names that match the\n" \
2237    "names on the command line.\n" \
2238    USAGE_PIDOF \
2239    USAGE_FEATURE_PIDOF_SINGLE("\n\t-s\t\tdisplay only a single PID") \
2240    USAGE_FEATURE_PIDOF_OMIT("\n\t-o\t\tomit given pid.") \
2241    USAGE_FEATURE_PIDOF_OMIT("\n\t\t\tUse %PPID to omit the parent pid of pidof itself")
2242#define pidof_example_usage \
2243    "$ pidof init\n" \
2244    "1\n" \
2245    USAGE_FEATURE_PIDOF_OMIT("$ pidof /bin/sh\n20351 5973 5950\n") \
2246    USAGE_FEATURE_PIDOF_OMIT("$ pidof /bin/sh -o %PPID\n20351 5950")
2247
2248#ifndef CONFIG_FEATURE_FANCY_PING
2249#define ping_trivial_usage "host"
2250#define ping_full_usage    "Send ICMP ECHO_REQUEST packets to network hosts"
2251#else
2252#define ping_trivial_usage \
2253    "[OPTION]... host"
2254#define ping_full_usage \
2255    "Send ICMP ECHO_REQUEST packets to network hosts.\n\n" \
2256    "Options:\n" \
2257    "\t-c COUNT\tSend only COUNT pings\n" \
2258    "\t-s SIZE\t\tSend SIZE data bytes in packets (default=56)\n" \
2259    "\t-q\t\tQuiet mode, only displays output at start\n" \
2260    "\t\t\tand when finished"
2261#endif
2262#define ping_example_usage \
2263    "$ ping localhost\n" \
2264    "PING slag (127.0.0.1): 56 data bytes\n" \
2265    "64 bytes from 127.0.0.1: icmp_seq=0 ttl=255 time=20.1 ms\n" \
2266    "\n" \
2267    "--- debian ping statistics ---\n" \
2268    "1 packets transmitted, 1 packets received, 0% packet loss\n" \
2269    "round-trip min/avg/max = 20.1/20.1/20.1 ms\n"
2270
2271#ifndef CONFIG_FEATURE_FANCY_PING6
2272#define ping6_trivial_usage "host"
2273#define ping6_full_usage    "Send ICMP ECHO_REQUEST packets to network hosts"
2274#else
2275#define ping6_trivial_usage \
2276    "[OPTION]... host"
2277#define ping6_full_usage \
2278    "Send ICMP ECHO_REQUEST packets to network hosts.\n\n" \
2279    "Options:\n" \
2280    "\t-c COUNT\tSend only COUNT pings\n" \
2281    "\t-s SIZE\t\tSend SIZE data bytes in packets (default=56)\n" \
2282    "\t-q\t\tQuiet mode, only displays output at start\n" \
2283    "\t\t\tand when finished"
2284#endif
2285#define ping6_example_usage \
2286    "$ ping6 ip6-localhost\n" \
2287    "PING ip6-localhost (::1): 56 data bytes\n" \
2288    "64 bytes from ::1: icmp6_seq=0 ttl=64 time=20.1 ms\n" \
2289    "\n" \
2290    "--- ip6-localhost ping statistics ---\n" \
2291    "1 packets transmitted, 1 packets received, 0% packet loss\n" \
2292    "round-trip min/avg/max = 20.1/20.1/20.1 ms\n"
2293
2294#define pivot_root_trivial_usage \
2295    "NEW_ROOT PUT_OLD"
2296#define pivot_root_full_usage \
2297    "Move the current root file system to PUT_OLD and make NEW_ROOT\n" \
2298    "the new root file system."
2299
2300#define poweroff_trivial_usage \
2301    "[-d<delay>] [-n<nosync>] [-f<force>]"
2302#define poweroff_full_usage \
2303    "Halt and shut off power.\n" \
2304    "Options:\n" \
2305    "\t-d\t\tdelay interval for halting\n" \
2306    "\t-n\t\tno call to sync()\n" \
2307    "\t-f\t\tforce power off (don't go through init)"
2308
2309#define printenv_trivial_usage \
2310    "[VARIABLES...]"
2311#define printenv_full_usage \
2312    "print all or part of environment\n\n" \
2313    "If no environment VARIABLE specified, print them all."
2314
2315#define printf_trivial_usage \
2316    "FORMAT [ARGUMENT...]"
2317#define printf_full_usage \
2318    "Formats and prints ARGUMENT(s) according to FORMAT,\n" \
2319    "Where FORMAT controls the output exactly as in C printf."
2320#define printf_example_usage \
2321    "$ printf \"Val=%d\\n\" 5\n" \
2322    "Val=5\n"
2323
2324#if !defined CONFIG_SELINUX && !ENABLE_FEATURE_PS_WIDE
2325#define USAGE_PS "\n\tThis version of ps accepts no options."
2326#else
2327#define USAGE_PS "\nOptions:"
2328#endif
2329#if ENABLE_FEATURE_PS_WIDE
2330#define USAGE_PS_WIDE(a) a
2331#else
2332#define USAGE_PS_WIDE(a)
2333#endif
2334
2335#define ps_trivial_usage \
2336    ""
2337#define ps_full_usage \
2338    "Report process status\n" \
2339    USAGE_PS \
2340    USAGE_SELINUX("\n\t-c\tshow SE Linux context") \
2341    USAGE_PS_WIDE("\n\tw\twide output")
2342
2343#define ps_example_usage \
2344    "$ ps\n" \
2345    "  PID  Uid      Gid State Command\n" \
2346    "    1 root     root     S init\n" \
2347    "    2 root     root     S [kflushd]\n" \
2348    "    3 root     root     S [kupdate]\n" \
2349    "    4 root     root     S [kpiod]\n" \
2350    "    5 root     root     S [kswapd]\n" \
2351    "  742 andersen andersen S [bash]\n" \
2352    "  743 andersen andersen S -bash\n" \
2353    "  745 root     root     S [getty]\n" \
2354    " 2990 andersen andersen R ps\n"
2355
2356#define pwd_trivial_usage \
2357    ""
2358#define pwd_full_usage \
2359    "Print the full filename of the current working directory."
2360#define pwd_example_usage \
2361    "$ pwd\n" \
2362    "/root\n"
2363
2364#define rdate_trivial_usage \
2365    "[-sp] HOST"
2366#define rdate_full_usage \
2367    "Get and possibly set the system date and time from a remote HOST.\n\n" \
2368    "Options:\n" \
2369    "\t-s\tSet the system date and time (default)\n" \
2370    "\t-p\tPrint the date and time"
2371
2372#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_READLINK_FOLLOW
2373#define USAGE_READLINK_FOLLOW(a) a
2374#else
2375#define USAGE_READLINK_FOLLOW(a)
2376#endif
2377
2378#define readlink_trivial_usage \
2379    USAGE_READLINK_FOLLOW("[-f] ") "FILE"
2380#define readlink_full_usage \
2381    "Displays the value of a symbolic link." \
2382    USAGE_READLINK_FOLLOW("\n\nOptions:\n" \
2383    "\t-f\tcanonicalize by following all symlinks")
2384
2385#define readprofile_trivial_usage \
2386    "[OPTIONS]..."
2387#define readprofile_full_usage \
2388    "Options:\n" \
2389    "\t -m <mapfile>  (default: /boot/System.map)\n" \
2390    "\t -p <profile>  (default: /proc/profile)\n" \
2391    "\t -M <mult>     set the profiling multiplier to <mult>\n" \
2392    "\t -i            print only info about the sampling step\n" \
2393    "\t -v            print verbose data\n" \
2394    "\t -a            print all symbols, even if count is 0\n" \
2395    "\t -b            print individual histogram-bin counts\n" \
2396    "\t -s            print individual counters within functions\n" \
2397    "\t -r            reset all the counters (root only)\n" \
2398    "\t -n            disable byte order auto-detection"
2399
2400#define realpath_trivial_usage \
2401    "pathname  ..."
2402#define realpath_full_usage \
2403    "Returns the absolute pathnames of given argument."
2404
2405#define reboot_trivial_usage \
2406    "[-d<delay>] [-n<nosync>] [-f<force>]"
2407#define reboot_full_usage \
2408    "Reboot the system.\n" \
2409    "Options:\n" \
2410    "\t-d\t\tdelay interval for rebooting\n" \
2411    "\t-n\t\tno call to sync()\n" \
2412    "\t-f\t\tforce reboot (don't go through init)"
2413
2414#define renice_trivial_usage \
2415    "{{-n INCREMENT} | PRIORITY} [[ -p | -g | -u ] ID ...]"
2416#define renice_full_usage \
2417    "Changes priority of running processes.\n\n" \
2418    "Options:\n" \
2419    "\t-n\tadjusts current nice value (smaller is faster)\n" \
2420    "\t-p\tprocess id(s) (default)\n" \
2421    "\t-g\tprocess group id(s)\n" \
2422    "\t-u\tprocess user name(s) and/or id(s)"
2423
2424#define reset_trivial_usage \
2425    ""
2426#define reset_full_usage \
2427    "Resets the screen."
2428
2429#define rm_trivial_usage \
2430    "[OPTION]... FILE..."
2431#define rm_full_usage \
2432    "Remove (unlink) the FILE(s).  You may use '--' to\n" \
2433    "indicate that all following arguments are non-options.\n\n" \
2434    "Options:\n" \
2435    "\t-i\t\talways prompt before removing each destination\n" \
2436    "\t-f\t\tremove existing destinations, never prompt\n" \
2437    "\t-r or -R\tremove the contents of directories recursively"
2438#define rm_example_usage \
2439    "$ rm -rf /tmp/foo\n"
2440
2441#define rmdir_trivial_usage \
2442    "[OPTION]... DIRECTORY..."
2443#define rmdir_full_usage \
2444    "Remove the DIRECTORY(ies), if they are empty."
2445#define rmdir_example_usage \
2446    "# rmdir /tmp/foo\n"
2447
2448#define rmmod_trivial_usage \
2449    "[OPTION]... [MODULE]..."
2450#define rmmod_full_usage \
2451    "Unloads the specified kernel modules from the kernel.\n\n" \
2452    "Options:\n" \
2453    "\t-a\tRemove all unused modules (recursively)"
2454#define rmmod_example_usage \
2455    "$ rmmod tulip\n"
2456
2457#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_IPV6
2458#  define USAGE_ROUTE_IPV6(a) a
2459#else
2460#  define USAGE_ROUTE_IPV6(a) "\t"
2461#endif
2462
2463
2464#define route_trivial_usage \
2465    "[{add|del|delete}]"
2466#define route_full_usage \
2467    "Edit the kernel's routing tables.\n\n" \
2468    "Options:\n" \
2469    "\t-n\t\tDont resolve names\n" \
2470    "\t-e\t\tDisplay other/more information\n" \
2471    "\t-A inet" USAGE_ROUTE_IPV6("{6}") "\tSelect address family"
2472
2473#define rpm_trivial_usage \
2474    "-i -q[ildc]p package.rpm"
2475#define rpm_full_usage \
2476    "Manipulates RPM packages" \
2477    "\n\nOptions:" \
2478    "\n\t-i Install package" \
2479    "\n\t-q Query package" \
2480    "\n\t-p Query uninstalled package" \
2481    "\n\t-i Show information" \
2482    "\n\t-l List contents" \
2483    "\n\t-d List documents" \
2484    "\n\t-c List config files"
2485
2486#define rpm2cpio_trivial_usage \
2487    "package.rpm"
2488#define rpm2cpio_full_usage \
2489    "Outputs a cpio archive of the rpm file."
2490
2491#define run_parts_trivial_usage \
2492    "[-t] [-a ARG] [-u MASK] DIRECTORY"
2493#define run_parts_full_usage \
2494    "Run a bunch of scripts in a directory.\n\n" \
2495    "Options:\n" \
2496    "\t-t\tPrints what would be run, but does not actually run anything\n" \
2497    "\t-a ARG\tPass ARG as an argument for every program invoked\n" \
2498    "\t-u MASK\tSet the umask to MASK before executing every program"
2499
2500#define runlevel_trivial_usage \
2501    "[utmp]"
2502#define runlevel_full_usage \
2503    "Find the current and previous system runlevel.\n\n" \
2504    "If no utmp file exists or if no runlevel record can be found,\n" \
2505    "runlevel prints \"unknown\""
2506#define runlevel_example_usage \
2507    "$ runlevel /var/run/utmp\n" \
2508    "N 2"
2509
2510#define rx_trivial_usage \
2511    "FILE"
2512#define rx_full_usage \
2513    "Receive a file using the xmodem protocol."
2514#define rx_example_usage \
2515    "$ rx /tmp/foo\n"
2516
2517#define sed_trivial_usage \
2518    "[-efinr] pattern [files...]"
2519#define sed_full_usage \
2520    "Options:\n" \
2521    "\t-e script\tadd the script to the commands to be executed\n" \
2522    "\t-f scriptfile\tadd script-file contents to the\n" \
2523    "\t\t\tcommands to be executed\n" \
2524    "\t-i\t\tedit files in-place\n" \
2525    "\t-n\t\tsuppress automatic printing of pattern space\n" \
2526    "\t-r\t\tuse extended regular expression syntax\n" \
2527    "\n" \
2528    "If no -e or -f is given, the first non-option argument is taken as the sed\n" \
2529    "script to interpret. All remaining arguments are names of input files; if no\n" \
2530    "input files are specified, then the standard input is read.  Source files\n" \
2531    "will not be modified unless -i option is given."
2532
2533#define sed_example_usage \
2534    "$ echo \"foo\" | sed -e 's/f[a-zA-Z]o/bar/g'\n" \
2535    "bar\n"
2536
2537#define seq_trivial_usage \
2538    "[first [increment]] last"
2539#define seq_full_usage \
2540    "Print numbers from FIRST to LAST, in steps of INCREMENT.\n" \
2541    "FIRST, INCREMENT default to 1\n" \
2542    "Arguments:\n" \
2543    "\tLAST\n" \
2544    "\tFIRST\tLAST\n" \
2545    "\tFIRST\tINCREMENT\tLAST"
2546
2547#define setconsole_trivial_usage \
2548    "[-r|--reset] [DEVICE]"
2549#define setconsole_full_usage \
2550    "Redirects system console output to DEVICE (default: /dev/tty).\n\n" \
2551    "Options:\n" \
2552    "\t-r\tReset output to /dev/console."
2553
2554#define setkeycodes_trivial_usage \
2555    "SCANCODE KEYCODE ..."
2556#define setkeycodes_full_usage \
2557    "Set entries into the kernel's scancode-to-keycode map,\n" \
2558    "allowing unusual keyboards to generate usable keycodes.\n\n" \
2559    "SCANCODE may be either xx or e0xx (hexadecimal),\n" \
2560    "and KEYCODE is given in decimal"
2561#define setkeycodes_example_usage \
2562    "$ setkeycodes e030 127\n"
2563
2564#define setlogcons_trivial_usage \
2565    "N"
2566#define setlogcons_full_usage \
2567    "Redirects the kernel output to console N (0 for current)."
2568
2569#define setsid_trivial_usage \
2570    "program [arg ...]"
2571#define setsid_full_usage \
2572    "Runs any program in a new session by calling setsid() before\n" \
2573    "exec'ing the rest of its arguments.  See setsid(2) for details."
2574
2575#define lash_trivial_usage \
2576    "[FILE]...\n" \
2577    "or: sh -c command [args]..."
2578#define lash_full_usage \
2579    "The BusyBox LAme SHell (command interpreter)"
2580#define lash_notes_usage \
2581    "This command does not yet have proper documentation.\n\n" \
2582    "Use lash just as you would use any other shell.  It properly handles pipes,\n" \
2583    "redirects, job control, can be used as the shell for scripts, and has a\n" \
2584    "sufficient set of builtins to do what is needed.  It does not (yet) support\n" \
2585    "Bourne Shell syntax.  If you need things like \"if-then-else\", \"while\", and such\n" \
2586    "use ash or bash.  If you just need a very simple and extremely small shell,\n" \
2587    "this will do the job."
2588
2589#define last_trivial_usage \
2590    ""
2591#define last_full_usage \
2592    "Shows listing of the last users that logged into the system"
2593
2594#define sha1sum_trivial_usage \
2595    "[OPTION] [FILEs...]" \
2596    USAGE_MD5_SHA1_SUM_CHECK("\n   or: sha1sum [OPTION] -c [FILE]")
2597#define sha1sum_full_usage \
2598    "Print" USAGE_MD5_SHA1_SUM_CHECK(" or check") " SHA1 checksums.\n\n" \
2599    "Options:\n" \
2600    "With no FILE, or when FILE is -, read standard input." \
2601    USAGE_MD5_SHA1_SUM_CHECK("\n\n" \
2602    "\t-c\tcheck SHA1 sums against given list\n" \
2603    "\nThe following two options are useful only when verifying checksums:\n" \
2604    "\t-s\tdon't output anything, status code shows success\n" \
2605    "\t-w\twarn about improperly formated SHA1 checksum lines")
2606
2607#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_FANCY_SLEEP
2608#  define USAGE_FANCY_SLEEP(a) a
2609#  define USAGE_NOT_FANCY_SLEEP(a)
2610#else
2611#  define USAGE_FANCY_SLEEP(a)
2612#  define USAGE_NOT_FANCY_SLEEP(a) a
2613#endif
2614
2615#define sleep_trivial_usage \
2616    USAGE_FANCY_SLEEP("[") "N" USAGE_FANCY_SLEEP("]...")
2617#define sleep_full_usage \
2618    USAGE_NOT_FANCY_SLEEP("Pause for N seconds.") \
2619    USAGE_FANCY_SLEEP( \
2620    "Pause for a time equal to the total of the args given, where each arg can\n" \
2621    "\t\thave an optional suffix of (s)econds, (m)inutes, (h)ours, or (d)ays.")
2622#define sleep_example_usage \
2623    "$ sleep 2\n" \
2624    "[2 second delay results]\n" \
2625    USAGE_FANCY_SLEEP("$ sleep 1d 3h 22m 8s\n" \
2626    "[98528 second delay results]\n")
2627
2628#if ENABLE_FEATURE_SORT_BIG
2629#  define USAGE_SORT_BIG(a) a
2630#else
2631#  define USAGE_SORT_BIG(a)
2632#endif
2633
2634#define sort_trivial_usage \
2635    "[-nru" USAGE_SORT_BIG("gMcszbdfimSTokt] [-o outfile] [-k start[.offset][opts][,end[.offset][opts]] [-t char") "] [FILE]..."
2636#define sort_full_usage \
2637    "Sorts lines of text in the specified files\n\n" \
2638    "Options:\n" \
2639    USAGE_SORT_BIG( \
2640        "\t-b\tignore leading blanks\n" \
2641        "\t-c\tcheck whether input is sorted\n" \
2642        "\t-d\tdictionary order (blank or alphanumeric only)\n" \
2643        "\t-f\tignore case\n" \
2644        "\t-g\tgeneral numerical sort\n" \
2645        "\t-i\tignore unprintable characters\n" \
2646        "\t-k\tspecify sort key\n" \
2647        "\t-M\tsort month\n" \
2648    ) \
2649    "\t-n\tsort numbers\n" \
2650    USAGE_SORT_BIG( \
2651        "\t-o\toutput to file\n" \
2652        "\t-k\tsort by key\n" \
2653        "\t-t\tuse key separator other than whitespace\n" \
2654    ) \
2655    "\t-r\treverse sort order\n" \
2656    USAGE_SORT_BIG("\t-s\tstable (don't sort ties alphabetically)\n") \
2657    "\t-u\tsuppress duplicate lines" \
2658    USAGE_SORT_BIG("\n\t-z\tinput terminated by nulls, not newlines\n") \
2659    USAGE_SORT_BIG("\t-mST\tignored for GNU compatibility") \
2660    ""
2661#define sort_example_usage \
2662    "$ echo -e \"e\\nf\\nb\\nd\\nc\\na\" | sort\n" \
2663    "a\n" \
2664    "b\n" \
2665    "c\n" \
2666    "d\n" \
2667    "e\n" \
2668    "f\n" \
2669    USAGE_SORT_BIG( \
2670        "$ echo -e \"c 3\\nb 2\\nd 2\" | $SORT -k 2,2n -k 1,1r\n" \
2671        "d 2\n" \
2672        "b 2\n" \
2673        "c 3\n" \
2674    ) \
2675    ""
2676
2677#define start_stop_daemon_trivial_usage \
2678    "[OPTIONS] [--start|--stop] ... [-- arguments...]"
2679#define start_stop_daemon_full_usage \
2680    "Program to start and stop services." \
2681    "\n\nOptions:" \
2682    "\n\t-S|--start\t\t\tstart" \
2683    "\n\t-K|--stop\t\t\tstop" \
2684    "\n\t-a|--startas <pathname>\t\tstarts process specified by pathname" \
2685    "\n\t-b|--background\t\t\tforce process into background" \
2686    "\n\t-u|--user <username>|<uid>\tstop this user's processes" \
2687    "\n\t-x|--exec <executable>\t\tprogram to either start or check" \
2688    "\n\t-m|--make-pidfile <filename>\tcreate the -p file and enter pid in it" \
2689    "\n\t-n|--name <process-name>\tstop processes with this name" \
2690    "\n\t-p|--pidfile <pid-file>\t\tsave or load pid using a pid-file" \
2691    "\n\t-q|--quiet\t\t\tbe quiet" \
2692USE_FEATURE_START_STOP_DAEMON_FANCY( \
2693    "\n\t-o|--oknodo\t\t\texit status 0 if nothing done" \
2694    "\n\t-v|--verbose\t\t\tbe verbose" \
2695) \
2696    "\n\t-s|--signal <signal>\t\tsignal to send (default TERM)"
2697
2698#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_STAT_FORMAT
2699#  define USAGE_STAT_FORMAT(a) a
2700#else
2701#  define USAGE_STAT_FORMAT(a)
2702#endif
2703#define stat_trivial_usage \
2704    "[OPTION] FILE..."
2705#define stat_full_usage \
2706    "display file (default) or filesystem status.\n\n" \
2707    "Options:\n" \
2708    USAGE_STAT_FORMAT("\t-c fmt\tuse the specified format\n") \
2709    "\t-f\tdisplay filesystem status\n" \
2710    "\t-L,-l\tdereference links\n" \
2711    "\t-t\tdisplay info in terse form\n" \
2712    USAGE_STAT_FORMAT( \
2713    "\nValid format sequences for files:\n" \
2714    "  %a   Access rights in octal\n" \
2715    "  %A   Access rights in human readable form\n" \
2716    "  %b   Number of blocks allocated (see %B)\n" \
2717    "  %B   The size in bytes of each block reported by %b\n" \
2718    "  %d   Device number in decimal\n" \
2719    "  %D   Device number in hex\n" \
2720    "  %f   Raw mode in hex\n" \
2721    "  %F   File type\n" \
2722    "  %g   Group ID of owner\n" \
2723    "  %G   Group name of owner\n" \
2724    "  %h   Number of hard links\n" \
2725    "  %i   Inode number\n" \
2726    "  %n   File name\n" \
2727    "  %N   Quoted file name with dereference if symbolic link\n" \
2728    "  %o   I/O block size\n" \
2729    "  %s   Total size, in bytes\n" \
2730    "  %t   Major device type in hex\n" \
2731    "  %T   Minor device type in hex\n" \
2732    "  %u   User ID of owner\n" \
2733    "  %U   User name of owner\n" \
2734    "  %x   Time of last access\n" \
2735    "  %X   Time of last access as seconds since Epoch\n" \
2736    "  %y   Time of last modification\n" \
2737    "  %Y   Time of last modification as seconds since Epoch\n" \
2738    "  %z   Time of last change\n" \
2739    "  %Z   Time of last change as seconds since Epoch\n" \
2740    "\nValid format sequences for file systems:\n" \
2741    "  %a   Free blocks available to non-superuser\n" \
2742    "  %b   Total data blocks in file system\n" \
2743    "  %c   Total file nodes in file system\n" \
2744    "  %d   Free file nodes in file system\n" \
2745    "  %f   Free blocks in file system\n" \
2746    "  %i   File System ID in hex\n" \
2747    "  %l   Maximum length of filenames\n" \
2748    "  %n   File name\n" \
2749    "  %s   Block size (for faster transfers)\n" \
2750    "  %S   Fundamental block size (for block counts)\n" \
2751    "  %t   Type in hex\n" \
2752    "  %T   Type in human readable form\n" \
2753    )
2754
2755#define strings_trivial_usage \
2756    "[-afo] [-n length] [file ... ]"
2757#define strings_full_usage \
2758    "Display printable strings in a binary file." \
2759    "\n\nOptions:" \
2760    "\n\t-a\tScan the whole files (this is the default)." \
2761    "\n\t-f\tPrecede each string with the name of the file where it was found." \
2762    "\n\t-n N\tSpecifies that at least N characters forms a sequence (default 4)" \
2763    "\n\t-o\tEach string is preceded by its decimal offset in the file"
2764
2765#define stty_trivial_usage \
2766    "[-a|g] [-F DEVICE] [SETTING]..."
2767#define stty_full_usage \
2768    "Without arguments, prints baud rate, line discipline," \
2769    "\nand deviations from stty sane." \
2770    "\n\nOptions:" \
2771    "\n\t-F DEVICE\topen device instead of stdin" \
2772    "\n\t-a\t\tprint all current settings in human-readable form" \
2773    "\n\t-g\t\tprint in stty-readable form" \
2774    "\n\t[SETTING]\tsee manpage"
2775
2776#define su_trivial_usage \
2777    "[OPTION]... [-] [username]"
2778#define su_full_usage \
2779    "Change user id or become root.\n" \
2780    "Options:\n" \
2781    "\t-p, -m\tPreserve environment" \
2782    "\n\t-c\tCommand to pass to 'sh -c'" \
2783    "\n\t-s\tShell to use instead of default shell"
2784
2785#define sulogin_trivial_usage \
2786    "[OPTION]... [tty-device]"
2787#define sulogin_full_usage \
2788    "Single user login\n" \
2789    "Options:\n" \
2790    "\t-f\tDo not authenticate (user already authenticated)\n" \
2791    "\t-h\tName of the remote host for this login\n" \
2792    "\t-p\tPreserve environment"
2793
2794#define sum_trivial_usage \
2795    "[rs] [files...]"
2796#define sum_full_usage \
2797    "checksum and count the blocks in a file\n\n" \
2798    "Options:\n" \
2799    "\t-r\tuse BSD sum algorithm (1K blocks)\n" \
2800    "\t-s\tuse System V sum algorithm (512byte blocks)"
2801
2802#define swapoff_trivial_usage \
2803    "[-a] [DEVICE]"
2804#define swapoff_full_usage \
2805    "Stop swapping virtual memory pages on DEVICE.\n\n" \
2806    "Options:\n" \
2807    "\t-a\tStop swapping on all swap devices"
2808
2809#define swapon_trivial_usage \
2810    "[-a] [DEVICE]"
2811#define swapon_full_usage \
2812    "Start swapping virtual memory pages on DEVICE.\n\n" \
2813    "Options:\n" \
2814    "\t-a\tStart swapping on all swap devices"
2815
2816#define switch_root_trivial_usage \
2817    "[-c /dev/console] NEW_ROOT NEW_INIT [ARGUMENTS_TO_INIT]"
2818#define switch_root_full_usage \
2819    "Use from PID 1 under initramfs to free initramfs, chroot to NEW_ROOT,\n" \
2820    "and exec NEW_INIT.\n\n" \
2821    "Options:\n" \
2822    "\t-c\tRedirect console to device on new root"
2823
2824#define sync_trivial_usage \
2825    ""
2826#define sync_full_usage \
2827    "Write all buffered filesystem blocks to disk."
2828
2829
2830#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_ROTATE_LOGFILE
2831#  define USAGE_ROTATE_LOGFILE(a) a
2832#else
2833#  define USAGE_ROTATE_LOGFILE(a)
2834#endif
2835#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_REMOTE_LOG
2836#  define USAGE_REMOTE_LOG(a) a
2837#else
2838#  define USAGE_REMOTE_LOG(a)
2839#endif
2840#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_IPC_SYSLOG
2841#  define USAGE_IPC_LOG(a) a
2842#else
2843#  define USAGE_IPC_LOG(a)
2844#endif
2845
2846#define sysctl_trivial_usage \
2847    "[OPTIONS]... [VALUE]..."
2848#define sysctl_full_usage \
2849    "configure kernel parameters at runtime\n\n" \
2850    "Options:\n" \
2851    "\t-n\tUse this option to disable printing of the key name when printing values\n" \
2852    "\t-w\tUse this option when you want to change a sysctl setting\n" \
2853    "\t-p\tLoad in sysctl settings from the file specified or /etc/sysctl.conf if none given\n" \
2854    "\t-a\tDisplay all values currently available\n" \
2855    "\t-A\tDisplay all values currently available in table form"
2856#define sysctl_example_usage \
2857    "sysctl [-n] variable ...\n" \
2858    "sysctl [-n] -w variable=value ...\n" \
2859    "sysctl [-n] -a\n" \
2860    "sysctl [-n] -p <file>\t(default /etc/sysctl.conf)\n" \
2861    "sysctl [-n] -A\n"
2862
2863#define syslogd_trivial_usage \
2864    "[OPTION]..."
2865#define syslogd_full_usage \
2866    "Linux system and kernel logging utility.\n" \
2867    "Note that this version of syslogd ignores /etc/syslog.conf.\n\n" \
2868    "Options:\n" \
2869    "\t-m MIN\t\tMinutes between MARK lines (default=20, 0=off)\n" \
2870    "\t-n\t\tRun as a foreground process\n" \
2871    "\t-O FILE\t\tUse an alternate log file (default=/var/log/messages)\n" \
2872    "\t-S\t\tMake logging output smaller." \
2873    USAGE_ROTATE_LOGFILE( \
2874    "\n\t-s SIZE\t\tMax size (KB) before rotate (default=200KB, 0=off)\n" \
2875    "\t-b NUM\t\tNumber of rotated logs to keep (default=1, max=99, 0=purge)") \
2876    USAGE_REMOTE_LOG( \
2877    "\n\t-R HOST[:PORT]\tLog to IP or hostname on PORT (default PORT=514/UDP)\n" \
2878    "\t-L\t\tLog locally and via network logging (default is network only)") \
2879    USAGE_IPC_LOG( \
2880    "\n\t-C [size(KiB)]\tLog to a circular buffer (read the buffer using logread)")
2881#define syslogd_example_usage \
2882    "$ syslogd -R masterlog:514\n" \
2883    "$ syslogd -R 192.168.1.1:601\n"
2884
2885
2886#ifndef CONFIG_FEATURE_FANCY_TAIL
2887#  define USAGE_UNSIMPLE_TAIL(a)
2888#else
2889#  define USAGE_UNSIMPLE_TAIL(a) a
2890#endif
2891#define tail_trivial_usage \
2892    "[OPTION]... [FILE]..."
2893#define tail_full_usage \
2894    "Print last 10 lines of each FILE to standard output.\n" \
2895    "With more than one FILE, precede each with a header giving the\n" \
2896    "file name. With no FILE, or when FILE is -, read standard input.\n\n" \
2897    "Options:\n" \
2898    USAGE_UNSIMPLE_TAIL("\t-c N[kbm]\toutput the last N bytes\n") \
2899    "\t-n N[kbm]\tprint last N lines instead of last 10\n" \
2900    "\t-f\t\toutput data as the file grows" \
2901    USAGE_UNSIMPLE_TAIL( "\n\t-q\t\tnever output headers giving file names\n" \
2902    "\t-s SEC\t\twait SEC seconds between reads with -f\n" \
2903    "\t-v\t\talways output headers giving file names\n\n" \
2904    "If the first character of N (bytes or lines) is a '+', output begins with \n" \
2905    "the Nth item from the start of each file, otherwise, print the last N items\n" \
2906    "in the file. N bytes may be suffixed by k (x1024), b (x512), or m (1024^2)." )
2907#define tail_example_usage \
2908    "$ tail -n 1 /etc/resolv.conf\n" \
2909    "nameserver 10.0.0.1\n"
2910
2911#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_TAR_CREATE
2912#  define USAGE_TAR_CREATE(a) a
2913#else
2914#  define USAGE_TAR_CREATE(a)
2915#endif
2916#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_TAR_EXCLUDE
2917#  define USAGE_TAR_EXCLUDE(a) a
2918#else
2919#  define USAGE_TAR_EXCLUDE(a)
2920#endif
2921#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_TAR_GZIP
2922#  define USAGE_TAR_GZIP(a) a
2923#else
2924#  define USAGE_TAR_GZIP(a)
2925#endif
2926#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_TAR_BZIP2
2927#  define USAGE_TAR_BZIP2(a) a
2928#else
2929#  define USAGE_TAR_BZIP2(a)
2930#endif
2931#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_TAR_LZMA
2932#  define USAGE_TAR_LZMA(a) a
2933#else
2934#  define USAGE_TAR_LZMA(a)
2935#endif
2936#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_TAR_COMPRESS
2937#  define USAGE_TAR_COMPRESS(a) a
2938#else
2939#  define USAGE_TAR_COMPRESS(a)
2940#endif
2941
2942#define tar_trivial_usage \
2943    "-[" USAGE_TAR_CREATE("c") USAGE_TAR_GZIP("z") USAGE_TAR_BZIP2("j") USAGE_TAR_LZMA("a") USAGE_TAR_COMPRESS("Z") "xtvO] " \
2944    USAGE_TAR_EXCLUDE("[-X FILE]") \
2945    "[-f TARFILE] [-C DIR] [FILE(s)] ..."
2946#define tar_full_usage \
2947    "Create, extract, or list files from a tar file.\n\n" \
2948    "Options:\n" \
2949    USAGE_TAR_CREATE("\tc\t\tcreate\n") \
2950    "\tx\t\textract\n" \
2951    "\tt\t\tlist\n" \
2952    "\nArchive format selection:\n" \
2953    USAGE_TAR_GZIP("\tz\t\tFilter the archive through gzip\n") \
2954    USAGE_TAR_BZIP2("\tj\t\tFilter the archive through bzip2\n") \
2955    USAGE_TAR_LZMA("\ta\t\tFilter the archive through lzma\n") \
2956    USAGE_TAR_COMPRESS("\tZ\t\tFilter the archive through compress\n") \
2957    "\nFile selection:\n" \
2958    "\tf\t\tname of TARFILE or \"-\" for stdin\n" \
2959    "\tO\t\textract to stdout\n" \
2960    USAGE_TAR_EXCLUDE( \
2961    "\texclude\t\tfile to exclude\n" \
2962     "\tX\t\tfile with names to exclude\n" \
2963    ) \
2964    "\tC\t\tchange to directory DIR before operation\n" \
2965    "\tv\t\tverbosely list files processed"
2966#define tar_example_usage \
2967    "$ zcat /tmp/tarball.tar.gz | tar -xf -\n" \
2968    "$ tar -cf /tmp/tarball.tar /usr/local\n"
2969
2970#define tee_trivial_usage \
2971    "[OPTION]... [FILE]..."
2972#define tee_full_usage \
2973    "Copy standard input to each FILE, and also to standard output.\n\n" \
2974    "Options:\n" \
2975    "\t-a\tappend to the given FILEs, do not overwrite\n" \
2976    "\t-i\tignore interrupt signals (SIGINT)"
2977#define tee_example_usage \
2978    "$ echo \"Hello\" | tee /tmp/foo\n" \
2979    "$ cat /tmp/foo\n" \
2980    "Hello\n"
2981
2982#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_TELNET_AUTOLOGIN
2983#define telnet_trivial_usage \
2984    "[-a] [-l USER] HOST [PORT]"
2985#define telnet_full_usage \
2986    "Telnet is used to establish interactive communication with another\n" \
2987    "computer over a network using the TELNET protocol.\n\n" \
2988    "Options:\n" \
2989    "\t-a\t\tAttempt an automatic login with the USER variable\n" \
2990    "\t-l USER\t\tAttempt an automatic login with the USER argument\n" \
2991    "\tHOST\t\tThe official name, alias or the IP address of the\n" \
2992    "\t\t\tremote host.\n" \
2993    "\tPORT\t\tThe remote port number to connect to.  If it is not\n" \
2994    "\t\t\tspecified, the default telnet (23) port is used."
2995#else
2996#define telnet_trivial_usage \
2997    "HOST [PORT]"
2998#define telnet_full_usage \
2999    "Telnet is used to establish interactive communication with another\n" \
3000    "computer over a network using the TELNET protocol."
3001#endif
3002
3003#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_TELNETD_INETD
3004#define telnetd_trivial_usage \
3005    "(inetd mode) [OPTION]"
3006#define telnetd_full_usage \
3007    "Telnetd uses incoming TELNET connections via inetd.\n" \
3008    "Options:\n" \
3009    "\t-l LOGIN\texec LOGIN on connect (default /bin/sh)\n" \
3010    "\t-f issue_file\tDisplay issue_file instead of /etc/issue"
3011#else
3012#define telnetd_trivial_usage \
3013    "[OPTION]"
3014#define telnetd_full_usage \
3015    "Telnetd listens for incoming TELNET connections on PORT.\n" \
3016    "Options:\n" \
3017    "\t-p PORT\tlisten for connections on PORT (default 23)\n" \
3018    "\t-l LOGIN\texec LOGIN on connect (default /bin/sh)\n" \
3019    "\t-f issue_file\tDisplay issue_file instead of /etc/issue"
3020#endif
3021
3022#define test_trivial_usage \
3023    "EXPRESSION\n  or   [ EXPRESSION ]"
3024#define test_full_usage \
3025    "Checks file types and compares values returning an exit\n" \
3026    "code determined by the value of EXPRESSION."
3027#define test_example_usage \
3028    "$ test 1 -eq 2\n" \
3029    "$ echo $?\n" \
3030    "1\n" \
3031    "$ test 1 -eq 1\n" \
3032    "$ echo $?\n" \
3033    "0\n" \
3034    "$ [ -d /etc ]\n" \
3035    "$ echo $?\n" \
3036    "0\n" \
3037    "$ [ -d /junk ]\n" \
3038    "$ echo $?\n" \
3039    "1\n"
3040
3041#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_TFTP_GET
3042#  define USAGE_TFTP_GET(a) a
3043#else
3044#  define USAGE_TFTP_GET(a)
3045#endif
3046#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_TFTP_PUT
3047#  define USAGE_TFTP_PUT(a) a
3048#else
3049#  define USAGE_TFTP_PUT(a)
3050#endif
3051#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_TFTP_BLOCKSIZE
3052#  define USAGE_TFTP_BS(a) a
3053#else
3054#  define USAGE_TFTP_BS(a)
3055#endif
3056
3057#define tftp_trivial_usage \
3058    "[OPTION]... HOST [PORT]"
3059#define tftp_full_usage \
3060    "Transfers a file from/to a tftp server using \"octet\" mode.\n\n" \
3061    "Options:\n" \
3062    "\t-l FILE\tLocal FILE\n" \
3063    "\t-r FILE\tRemote FILE" \
3064    USAGE_TFTP_GET( \
3065    "\n\t-g\tGet file" \
3066    ) \
3067    USAGE_TFTP_PUT( \
3068    "\n\t-p\tPut file" \
3069    ) \
3070    USAGE_TFTP_BS( \
3071    "\n\t-b SIZE\tTransfer blocks of SIZE octets" \
3072    )
3073#define time_trivial_usage \
3074    "[OPTION]... COMMAND [ARGS...]"
3075#define time_full_usage \
3076    "Runs the program COMMAND with arguments ARGS.  When COMMAND finishes,\n" \
3077    "COMMAND's resource usage information is displayed\n\n" \
3078    "Options:\n" \
3079    "\t-v\tDisplays verbose resource usage information"
3080
3081#define top_trivial_usage \
3082    "[-d <seconds>]"
3083#define top_full_usage \
3084    "top provides an view of processor activity in real time.\n" \
3085    "This utility reads the status for all processes in /proc each <seconds>\n" \
3086    "and shows the status for however many processes will fit on the screen.\n" \
3087    "This utility will not show processes that are started after program startup,\n" \
3088    "but it will show the EXIT status for and PIDs that exit while it is running."
3089
3090#define touch_trivial_usage \
3091    "[-c] FILE [FILE ...]"
3092#define touch_full_usage \
3093    "Update the last-modified date on the given FILE[s].\n\n" \
3094    "Options:\n" \
3095    "\t-c\tDo not create any files"
3096#define touch_example_usage \
3097    "$ ls -l /tmp/foo\n" \
3098    "/bin/ls: /tmp/foo: No such file or directory\n" \
3099    "$ touch /tmp/foo\n" \
3100    "$ ls -l /tmp/foo\n" \
3101    "-rw-rw-r--    1 andersen andersen        0 Apr 15 01:11 /tmp/foo\n"
3102
3103#define tr_trivial_usage \
3104    "[-cds] STRING1 [STRING2]"
3105#define tr_full_usage \
3106    "Translate, squeeze, and/or delete characters from\n" \
3107    "standard input, writing to standard output.\n\n" \
3108    "Options:\n" \
3109    "\t-c\ttake complement of STRING1\n" \
3110    "\t-d\tdelete input characters coded STRING1\n" \
3111    "\t-s\tsqueeze multiple output characters of STRING2 into one character"
3112#define tr_example_usage \
3113    "$ echo \"gdkkn vnqkc\" | tr [a-y] [b-z]\n" \
3114    "hello world\n"
3115
3116#define traceroute_trivial_usage \
3117    "[-FIldnrv] [-f 1st_ttl] [-m max_ttl] [-p port#] [-q nqueries]\n" \
3118    "\t[-s src_addr] [-t tos] [-w wait] [-g gateway] [-i iface]\n" \
3119    "\t[-z pausemsecs] host [data size]"
3120#define traceroute_full_usage \
3121    "trace the route ip packets follow going to \"host\"\n" \
3122    "Options:\n" \
3123    "\t-F\tSet the don't fragment bit\n" \
3124    "\t-I\tUse ICMP ECHO instead of UDP datagrams\n" \
3125    "\t-l\tDisplay the ttl value of the returned packet\n" \
3126    "\t-d\tSet SO_DEBUG options to socket\n" \
3127    "\t-n\tPrint hop addresses numerically rather than symbolically\n" \
3128    "\t-r\tBypass the normal routing tables and send directly to a host\n" \
3129    "\t-v\tVerbose output\n" \
3130    "\t-m max_ttl\tSet the max time-to-live (max number of hops)\n" \
3131    "\t-p port#\tSet the base UDP port number used in probes\n" \
3132    "\t\t(default is 33434)\n" \
3133    "\t-q nqueries\tSet the number of probes per ``ttl'' to nqueries\n" \
3134    "\t\t(default is 3)\n" \
3135    "\t-s src_addr\tUse the following IP address as the source address\n" \
3136    "\t-t tos\tSet the type-of-service in probe packets to the following value\n" \
3137    "\t\t(default 0)\n" \
3138    "\t-w wait\tSet the time (in seconds) to wait for a response to a probe\n" \
3139    "\t\t(default 3 sec)\n" \
3140    "\t-g\tSpecify a loose source route gateway (8 maximum)"
3141
3142
3143#define true_trivial_usage \
3144    ""
3145#define true_full_usage \
3146    "Return an exit code of TRUE (0)."
3147#define true_example_usage \
3148    "$ true\n" \
3149    "$ echo $?\n" \
3150    "0\n"
3151
3152#define tty_trivial_usage \
3153    ""
3154#define tty_full_usage \
3155    "Print the file name of the terminal connected to standard input.\n\n" \
3156    "Options:\n" \
3157    "\t-s\tprint nothing, only return an exit status"
3158#define tty_example_usage \
3159    "$ tty\n" \
3160    "/dev/tty2\n"
3161
3162#define tune2fs_trivial_usage \
3163    "[-c max-mounts-count] [-e errors-behavior] [-g group] " \
3164    "[-i interval[d|m|w]] [-j] [-J journal-options] [-l] [-s sparse-flag] " \
3165    "[-m reserved-blocks-percent] [-o [^]mount-options[,...]] " \
3166    "[-r reserved-blocks-count] [-u user] [-C mount-count] " \
3167    "[-L volume-label] [-M last-mounted-dir] [-O [^]feature[,...]] " \
3168    "[-T last-check-time] [-U UUID] device"
3169#define tune2fs_full_usage \
3170    "Adjust filesystem options on ext[23] filesystems."
3171
3172#define udhcpc_trivial_usage \
3173    "[-Cfbnqtv] [-c CID] [-V VCLS] [-H HOSTNAME] [-i INTERFACE]\n[-p pidfile] [-r IP] [-s script]"
3174#define udhcpc_full_usage \
3175    "\t-c,\t--clientid=CLIENTID\tSet client identifier\n" \
3176    "\t-C,\t--clientid-none\tSuppress default client identifier\n" \
3177    "\t-V,\t--vendorclass=CLASSID\tSet vendor class identifier\n" \
3178    "\t-H,\t--hostname=HOSTNAME\tClient hostname\n" \
3179    "\t-h,\t                   \tAlias for -H\n" \
3180    "\t-f,\t--foreground\tDo not fork after getting lease\n" \
3181    "\t-b,\t--background\tFork to background if lease cannot be immediately negotiated\n" \
3182    "\t-i,\t--interface=INTERFACE\tInterface to use (default: eth0)\n" \
3183    "\t-n,\t--now\tExit with failure if lease cannot be immediately negotiated\n" \
3184    "\t-p,\t--pidfile=file\tStore process ID of daemon in file\n" \
3185    "\t-q,\t--quit\tQuit after obtaining lease\n" \
3186    "\t-r,\t--request=IP\tIP address to request (default: none)\n" \
3187    "\t-s,\t--script=file\tRun file at dhcp events (default: /usr/share/udhcpc/default.script)\n" \
3188    "\t-t,\t--retries=NUM\tSend up to NUM request packets\n"\
3189    "\t-v,\t--version\tDisplay version"
3190
3191#define udhcpd_trivial_usage \
3192    "[configfile]\n" \
3193
3194#define udhcpd_full_usage \
3195    ""
3196
3197#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_MOUNT_FORCE
3198#  define USAGE_MOUNT_FORCE(a) a
3199#else
3200#  define USAGE_MOUNT_FORCE(a)
3201#endif
3202#define umount_trivial_usage \
3203    "[flags] FILESYSTEM|DIRECTORY"
3204#define umount_full_usage \
3205    "Unmount file systems\n" \
3206    "\nFlags:\n" "\t-a\tUnmount all file systems" \
3207    USAGE_MTAB(" in /etc/mtab\n\t-n\tDon't erase /etc/mtab entries") \
3208    "\n\t-r\tTry to remount devices as read-only if mount is busy" \
3209    "\n\t-l\tLazy umount (detach filesystem)" \
3210    "\n\t-f\tForce umount (i.e., unreachable NFS server)" \
3211    USAGE_MOUNT_LOOP("\n\t-D\tDo not free loop device (if a loop device has been used)")
3212#define umount_example_usage \
3213    "$ umount /dev/hdc1 \n"
3214
3215#define uname_trivial_usage \
3216    "[OPTION]..."
3217#define uname_full_usage \
3218    "Print certain system information.  With no OPTION, same as -s.\n\n" \
3219    "Options:\n" \
3220    "\t-a\tprint all information\n" \
3221    "\t-m\tthe machine (hardware) type\n" \
3222    "\t-n\tprint the machine's network node hostname\n" \
3223    "\t-r\tprint the operating system release\n" \
3224    "\t-s\tprint the operating system name\n" \
3225    "\t-p\tprint the host processor type\n" \
3226    "\t-v\tprint the operating system version"
3227#define uname_example_usage \
3228    "$ uname -a\n" \
3229    "Linux debian 2.4.23 #2 Tue Dec 23 17:09:10 MST 2003 i686 GNU/Linux\n"
3230
3231#define uncompress_trivial_usage \
3232    "[-c] [-f] [ name ... ]"
3233#define uncompress_full_usage \
3234    "Uncompress .Z file[s]\n" \
3235    "Options:\n" \
3236    "\t-c\textract to stdout\n" \
3237    "\t-f\tforce overwrite an existing file"
3238
3239#define uniq_trivial_usage \
3240    "[-fscdu]... [INPUT [OUTPUT]]"
3241#define uniq_full_usage \
3242    "Discard all but one of successive identical lines from INPUT\n" \
3243    "(or standard input), writing to OUTPUT (or standard output).\n\n" \
3244    "Options:\n" \
3245    "\t-c\tprefix lines by the number of occurrences\n" \
3246    "\t-d\tonly print duplicate lines\n" \
3247    "\t-u\tonly print unique lines\n" \
3248    "\t-f N\tskip the first N fields\n" \
3249    "\t-s N\tskip the first N chars (after any skipped fields)"
3250#define uniq_example_usage \
3251    "$ echo -e \"a\\na\\nb\\nc\\nc\\na\" | sort | uniq\n" \
3252    "a\n" \
3253    "b\n" \
3254    "c\n"
3255
3256#define unix2dos_trivial_usage \
3257    "[option] [FILE]"
3258#define unix2dos_full_usage \
3259    "Converts FILE from unix format to dos format.  When no option\n" \
3260    "is given, the input is converted to the opposite output format.\n" \
3261    "When no file is given, uses stdin for input and stdout for output.\n" \
3262    "Options:\n" \
3263    "\t-u\toutput will be in UNIX format\n" \
3264    "\t-d\toutput will be in DOS format"
3265
3266#define unzip_trivial_usage \
3267    "[-opts[modifiers]] file[.zip] [list] [-x xlist] [-d exdir]"
3268#define unzip_full_usage \
3269    "Extracts files from ZIP archives.\n\n" \
3270    "Options:\n" \
3271    "\t-l\tlist archive contents (short form)\n" \
3272    "\t-n\tnever overwrite existing files (default)\n" \
3273    "\t-o\toverwrite files without prompting\n" \
3274    "\t-p\tsend output to stdout\n" \
3275    "\t-q\tbe quiet\n" \
3276    "\t-x\texclude these files\n" \
3277    "\t-d\textract files into this directory"
3278
3279#define uptime_trivial_usage \
3280    ""
3281#define uptime_full_usage \
3282    "Display the time since the last boot."
3283#define uptime_example_usage \
3284    "$ uptime\n" \
3285    "  1:55pm  up  2:30, load average: 0.09, 0.04, 0.00\n"
3286
3287#define usleep_trivial_usage \
3288    "N"
3289#define usleep_full_usage \
3290    "Pause for N microseconds."
3291#define usleep_example_usage \
3292    "$ usleep 1000000\n" \
3293    "[pauses for 1 second]\n"
3294
3295#define uudecode_trivial_usage \
3296    "[FILE]..."
3297#define uudecode_full_usage \
3298    "Uudecode a file that is uuencoded.\n\n" \
3299    "Options:\n" \
3300    "\t-o FILE\tdirect output to FILE"
3301#define uudecode_example_usage \
3302    "$ uudecode -o busybox busybox.uu\n" \
3303    "$ ls -l busybox\n" \
3304    "-rwxr-xr-x   1 ams      ams        245264 Jun  7 21:35 busybox\n"
3305
3306#define uuencode_trivial_usage \
3307    "[OPTION] [INFILE] REMOTEFILE"
3308#define uuencode_full_usage \
3309    "Uuencode a file.\n\n" \
3310    "Options:\n" \
3311    "\t-m\tuse base64 encoding per RFC1521"
3312#define uuencode_example_usage \
3313    "$ uuencode busybox busybox\n" \
3314    "begin 755 busybox\n" \
3315    "<encoded file snipped>\n" \
3316    "$ uudecode busybox busybox > busybox.uu\n" \
3317    "$\n"
3318
3319#define vconfig_trivial_usage \
3320    "COMMAND [OPTIONS] ..."
3321#define vconfig_full_usage \
3322    "vconfig lets you create and remove virtual ethernet devices.\n\n" \
3323    "Options:\n" \
3324    "\tadd             [interface-name] [vlan_id]\n" \
3325    "\trem             [vlan-name]\n" \
3326    "\tset_flag        [interface-name] [flag-num]       [0 | 1]\n" \
3327    "\tset_egress_map  [vlan-name]      [skb_priority]   [vlan_qos]\n" \
3328    "\tset_ingress_map [vlan-name]      [skb_priority]   [vlan_qos]\n" \
3329    "\tset_name_type   [name-type]"
3330
3331#define vi_trivial_usage \
3332    "[OPTION] [FILE]..."
3333#define vi_full_usage \
3334    "edit FILE.\n\n" \
3335    "Options:\n" \
3336    "\t-R\tRead-only- do not write to the file"
3337
3338#define vlock_trivial_usage \
3339    "[OPTIONS]"
3340#define vlock_full_usage \
3341    "Lock a virtual terminal.  A password is required to unlock\n" \
3342    "Options:\n" \
3343    "\t-a\tLock all VTs"
3344
3345#define watch_trivial_usage \
3346    "[-n <seconds>] COMMAND..."
3347#define watch_full_usage \
3348    "Executes a program periodically.\n" \
3349    "Options:\n" \
3350    "\t-n\tLoop period in seconds - default is 2"
3351#define watch_example_usage \
3352    "$ watch date\n" \
3353    "Mon Dec 17 10:31:40 GMT 2000\n" \
3354    "Mon Dec 17 10:31:42 GMT 2000\n" \
3355    "Mon Dec 17 10:31:44 GMT 2000"
3356
3357#define watchdog_trivial_usage \
3358    "[-t <seconds>] [-F] DEV"
3359#define watchdog_full_usage \
3360    "Periodically write to watchdog device DEV.\n" \
3361    "Options:\n" \
3362    "\t-t\tTimer period in seconds - default is 30\n" \
3363    "\t-F\tStay in the foreground and don't fork"
3364
3365#define wc_trivial_usage \
3366    "[OPTION]... [FILE]..."
3367#define wc_full_usage \
3368    "Print line, word, and byte counts for each FILE, and a total line if\n" \
3369    "more than one FILE is specified.  With no FILE, read standard input.\n\n" \
3370    "Options:\n" \
3371    "\t-c\tprint the byte counts\n" \
3372    "\t-l\tprint the newline counts\n" \
3373    "\t-L\tprint the length of the longest line\n" \
3374    "\t-w\tprint the word counts"
3375#define wc_example_usage \
3376    "$ wc /etc/passwd\n" \
3377    "     31      46    1365 /etc/passwd\n"
3378
3379#define wget_trivial_usage \
3380    "[-c|--continue] [-q|--quiet] [-O|--output-document file]\n" \
3381    "\t\t[--header 'header: value'] [-Y|--proxy on/off] [-P DIR] url"
3382#define wget_full_usage \
3383    "wget retrieves files via HTTP or FTP\n\n" \
3384    "Options:\n" \
3385    "\t-c\tcontinue retrieval of aborted transfers\n" \
3386    "\t-q\tquiet mode - do not print\n" \
3387    "\t-P\tSet directory prefix to DIR\n" \
3388    "\t-O\tsave to filename ('-' for stdout)\n" \
3389    "\t-Y\tuse proxy ('on' or 'off')"
3390
3391#define which_trivial_usage \
3392    "[COMMAND ...]"
3393#define which_full_usage \
3394    "Locates a COMMAND."
3395#define which_example_usage \
3396    "$ which login\n" \
3397    "/bin/login\n"
3398
3399#define who_trivial_usage \
3400    " "
3401#define who_full_usage \
3402    "Prints the current user names and related information"
3403
3404#define whoami_trivial_usage \
3405    ""
3406#define whoami_full_usage \
3407    "Prints the user name associated with the current effective user id."
3408
3409#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_XARGS_SUPPORT_CONFIRMATION
3410#define USAGE_XARGS_CONFIRMATION(a) a
3411#else
3412#define USAGE_XARGS_CONFIRMATION(a)
3413#endif
3414#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_XARGS_SUPPORT_TERMOPT
3415#define USAGE_XARGS_TERMOPT(a) a
3416#else
3417#define USAGE_XARGS_TERMOPT(a)
3418#endif
3419#ifdef CONFIG_FEATURE_XARGS_SUPPORT_ZERO_TERM
3420#define USAGE_XARGS_ZERO_TERM(a) a
3421#else
3422#define USAGE_XARGS_ZERO_TERM(a)
3423#endif
3424
3425
3426#define xargs_trivial_usage \
3427    "[COMMAND] [OPTIONS] [ARGS...]"
3428#define xargs_full_usage \
3429    "Executes COMMAND on every item given by standard input.\n\n" \
3430    "Options:\n" \
3431    USAGE_XARGS_CONFIRMATION("\t-p\tPrompt the user about whether to run each command\n") \
3432    "\t-r\tDo not run command for empty read lines\n" \
3433    USAGE_XARGS_TERMOPT("\t-x\tExit if the size is exceeded\n") \
3434    USAGE_XARGS_ZERO_TERM("\t-0\tInput filenames are terminated by a null character\n") \
3435    "\t-t\tPrint the command line on stderr before executing it"
3436#define xargs_example_usage \
3437    "$ ls | xargs gzip\n" \
3438    "$ find . -name '*.c' -print | xargs rm\n"
3439
3440#define yes_trivial_usage \
3441    "[OPTION]... [STRING]..."
3442#define yes_full_usage \
3443    "Repeatedly outputs a line with all specified STRING(s), or 'y'."
3444
3445#define zcat_trivial_usage \
3446    "FILE"
3447#define zcat_full_usage \
3448    "Uncompress to stdout."
3449
3450#define zcip_trivial_usage \
3451    "[OPTIONS] ifname script"
3452#define zcip_full_usage \
3453    "zcip manages a ZeroConf IPv4 link-local address.\n" \
3454    "Options:\n" \
3455    "\t-f              foreground mode\n" \
3456    "\t-q              quit after address (no daemon)\n" \
3457    "\t-r 169.254.x.x  request this address first\n" \
3458    "\t-v              verbose"
3459
3460#endif /* __BB_USAGE_H__ */
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