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paci: Update a package.
$ paci update ${package}
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The command "paci update ${package}" is not a standard command in Linux or UNIX systems. It seems to be a custom or user-defined command that is specific to a certain software or package manager.

Based on the structure of the command, it can be inferred that "paci" is likely a command-line tool or a shell alias, and "update" is a subcommand or action that can be performed by this tool. The "${package}" is a placeholder representing the name of a specific package.

The purpose of this command would be to update a package specified by the "${package}" placeholder to the latest version. The package manager or tool would handle the update process, which could involve downloading the latest version of the package from a repository, installing it, and potentially resolving any dependency issues.

To truly understand the functionality and specifics of this command, it would be necessary to consult the documentation or source code of the custom tool or package manager being used.

This explanation was created by an AI. In most cases those are correct. But please always be careful and never run a command you are not sure if it is safe.
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