The file `bar-foo.deb' will be renamed to bar-foo_1.0-2_i386.deb or something similar (depending on whatever information is in the control part of `bar-foo.deb').
All files with the extension `deb' in the directory /root/debian and its subdirectory's will be renamed by dpkg-name if required into names with no architecture information.
Don't do this. Your archive will be messed up completely because a lot of packages don't come with section information. Don't do this.
dpkg --build debian-tmp
This can be used when building new packages.
The destination filename will not have the architecture information.
Create a symlink, instead of moving.
Existing files will be overwritten if they have the same name as the destination filename.
-s, --subdir [dir?
Files will be moved into subdir. If directory given as argument exists the files will be moved into that direcotory otherswise the name of the target directory is extracted from the section field in the control part of the package. The target directory will be `unstable/binary-
This option can used together with the -s option. If a target directory isn't found it will be created automatically. Use this option with care.
Print a usage message and exit successfully.
Print version information and exit successfully.