Using autoupdate Command In Linux (Examples)

autoupdate command in linux allows users to update file in Linux operating system to a new Autoconf. Technically, when this command runs, it use to update every TEMPLATE-FILE if passed, or or file to current version of Autoconf. Also, the original files are backed up on system.

Syntax to use autoupdate command in Linux


Available options to use with autoupdate

-h | –help: displays help information and exits
-V | –version: displays the version information and exits
-v | –verbose: reports verbose processes
-d | –debug: when used with autoupdate, it removes not the temporary files
-f | –force: used for considering all files as obsolete

Library directories associated with autoupdate

-B | –prepend-include=DIR: prepends directiry DIR to search path
-I | –include=DIR: appends directory DIR to search path

Examples of autoupdate command in Linux

1: Displaying help information on screen

autoupdate -h


autoupdate –help

2: Displaying version number

autoupdate -V

3: Running autoupdate while removing not temporary files

autoupdate -d [File_Name]

4: Running the command and considering all files as obsolete

autoupdate -f