Updated man xorriso about -report_system_area cmd

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Thomas Schmitt 8 years ago
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.\" First parameter, NAME, should be all caps
.\" Second parameter, SECTION, should be 1-8, maybe w/ subsection
.\" other parameters are allowed: see man(7), man(1)
.TH XORRISO 1 "Version 1.3.9, Apr 20, 2015"
.TH XORRISO 1 "Version 1.3.9, Mai 16, 2015"
.\" Please adjust this date whenever revising the manpage.
.\"
.\" Some roff macros, for reference:
@ -3876,42 +3876,46 @@ The timestamps get not automatically propagated from loaded image to newly
written image. The ones for new images may be set by command \-volume_date.
See there for the meaning of the particular timestamps.
.TP
\fB\-report_el_torito\fR "plain"|"help"
\fB\-report_el_torito\fR mode
.br
With parameter \fBplain\fR print a report about the information found
With mode \fBplain\fR print a report about the information found
in the El Torito boot catalog of the loaded ISO image.
.br
With parameter \fBhelp\fR print a text which explains the meaning of the
With mode \fBhelp\fR print a text which explains the meaning of the
lines put out by "plain".
.br
Parameter \fBcmd\fR tries to print the \fBxorriso\fR commands which are
necessary to produce the found El Torito equipment and System Area.
Mode \fBcmd\fR tries to print the \fBxorriso\fR commands which are
necessary to produce the found boot equipment: disk identifiers,
El Torito boot images, and System Area. Disk identifiers are strings
which the booting operating system might use to find the ISO filesystem
from where it comes. Currently known is the use of volume id and
modification date.
.br
The intended use case is modification of the filesystem by having \-indev
and \-outdev pointing to different images or drives.
The result might be insufficient, if the found equipment cannot be
produced by xorriso.
produced by xorriso. Various SORRY events may arise in this case, but
it is not guaranteed that xorriso recognizes all its insufficiencies.
.br
Parameter \fBas_mkisofs\fR tries to print the \fBxorriso \-as mkisofs\fR
Mode \fBas_mkisofs\fR tries to print the \fBxorriso \-as mkisofs\fR
options, which are necessary to produce the found equipment.
The intended use case is to use the mounted filesystem as input tree
together with the printed options. In some cases (e.g. \-isohybrid\-mbr) it
might be necessary to extract data from ISO to hard disk in order to
use the hard disk files as arguments of \-as mkisofs options.
together with the printed options.
.TP
\fB\-report_system_area\fR "plain"|"help"|"gpt_crc_of:"disk_path
With parameter \fBplain\fR print a report about the information found in
\fB\-report_system_area\fR mode
With mode \fBplain\fR print a report about the information found in
the System Area of the loaded ISO image. The report consists of zero to
many lines with a header text, a colon, and information text.
.br
With parameter \fBhelp\fR print a text which explains the meaning of the
With mode \fBhelp\fR print a text which explains the meaning of the
lines put out by "plain". You probably will have to look
for more documentation which explains the technical details of the
mentioned boot facilities.
.br
Parameters \fBcmd\fR and \fBas_mkisofs\fR work like with
Modes \fBcmd\fR and \fBas_mkisofs\fR work like with
command \-report_el_torito. See above.
.br
With parameter \fBgpt_crc_of:\fRdisk_path read up to 32 KiB from the disk
With mode \fBgpt_crc_of:\fRdisk_path read up to 32 KiB from the disk
file with the path given after the colon. Compute the GPT compliant CRC number
and print it to the result channel. The number is shown like "0x690fd979".
The special disk_path "\-" causes reading from standard input.

@ -3368,38 +3368,41 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: Inquiry, Next: Navigate, Prev: DialogCtl, Up: Comm
The ones for new images may be set by command -volume_date. See
there for the meaning of the particular timestamps.
-report_el_torito "plain"|"help"
With parameter *plain* print a report about the information found
in the El Torito boot catalog of the loaded ISO image.
With parameter *help* print a text which explains the meaning of
the lines put out by "plain".
Parameter *cmd* tries to print the *xorriso* commands which are
necessary to produce the found El Torito equipment and System Area.
-report_el_torito mode
With mode *plain* print a report about the information found in
the El Torito boot catalog of the loaded ISO image.
With mode *help* print a text which explains the meaning of the
lines put out by "plain".
Mode *cmd* tries to print the *xorriso* commands which are
necessary to produce the found boot equipment: disk identifiers,
El Torito boot images, and System Area. Disk identifiers are
strings which the booting operating system might use to find the
ISO filesystem from where it comes. Currently known is the use of
volume id and modification date.
The intended use case is modification of the filesystem by having
-indev and -outdev pointing to different images or drives. The
result might be insufficient, if the found equipment cannot be
produced by xorriso.
Parameter *as_mkisofs* tries to print the *xorriso -as mkisofs*
produced by xorriso. Various SORRY events may arise in this case,
but it is not guaranteed that xorriso recognizes all its
insufficiencies.
Mode *as_mkisofs* tries to print the *xorriso -as mkisofs*
options, which are necessary to produce the found equipment. The
intended use case is to use the mounted filesystem as input tree
together with the printed options. In some cases (e.g.
-isohybrid-mbr) it might be necessary to extract data from ISO to
hard disk in order to use the hard disk files as arguments of -as
mkisofs options.
-report_system_area "plain"|"help"|"gpt_crc_of:"disk_path
With parameter *plain* print a report about the information found
in the System Area of the loaded ISO image. The report consists of
together with the printed options.
-report_system_area mode
With mode *plain* print a report about the information found in
the System Area of the loaded ISO image. The report consists of
zero to many lines with a header text, a colon, and information
text.
With parameter *help* print a text which explains the meaning of
the lines put out by "plain". You probably will have to look for
more documentation which explains the technical details of the
With mode *help* print a text which explains the meaning of the
lines put out by "plain". You probably will have to look for more
documentation which explains the technical details of the
mentioned boot facilities.
Parameters *cmd* and *as_mkisofs* work like with command
Modes *cmd* and *as_mkisofs* work like with command
-report_el_torito. See above.
With parameter *gpt_crc_of:*disk_path read up to 32 KiB from the
disk file with the path given after the colon. Compute the GPT
With mode *gpt_crc_of:*disk_path read up to 32 KiB from the disk
file with the path given after the colon. Compute the GPT
compliant CRC number and print it to the result channel. The
number is shown like "0x690fd979". The special disk_path "-"
causes reading from standard input.
@ -5268,7 +5271,7 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: CommandIdx, Next: ConceptIdx, Prev: Legal, Up: Top
* -reassure enables confirmation question: DialogCtl. (line 32)
* -report_about controls verbosity: Exception. (line 55)
* -report_el_torito shows Boot Catalog: Inquiry. (line 124)
* -report_system_area shows MBR, GPT, and alike: Inquiry. (line 143)
* -report_system_area shows MBR, GPT, and alike: Inquiry. (line 146)
* -return_with controls exit value: Exception. (line 39)
* -rm deletes files from ISO image: Manip. (line 21)
* -rm_r deletes trees from ISO image: Manip. (line 28)
@ -5451,7 +5454,7 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: ConceptIdx, Prev: CommandIdx, Up: Top
* Image, set volume timestamp, -volume_date: SetWrite. (line 212)
* Image, show Boot Catalog: Inquiry. (line 124)
* Image, show id strings, -pvd_info: Inquiry. (line 115)
* Image, show MBR, GPT, and alike, -pvd_info: Inquiry. (line 143)
* Image, show MBR, GPT, and alike, -pvd_info: Inquiry. (line 146)
* Input Character Set, _definition: Charset. (line 25)
* Insert, enable overwriting, -overwrite: SetInsert. (line 131)
* Insert, file exclusion absolute, -not_paths: SetInsert. (line 55)
@ -5658,34 +5661,34 @@ Node: Charset156003
Node: Exception159318
Node: DialogCtl165438
Node: Inquiry168036
Node: Navigate176374
Node: Verify184672
Node: Restore194499
Node: Emulation203103
Node: Scripting213491
Node: Frontend221262
Node: Examples230869
Node: ExDevices232047
Node: ExCreate232713
Node: ExDialog233998
Node: ExGrowing235263
Node: ExModifying236068
Node: ExBootable236572
Node: ExCharset237124
Node: ExPseudo238016
Node: ExCdrecord238914
Node: ExMkisofs239231
Node: ExGrowisofs240571
Node: ExException241706
Node: ExTime242160
Node: ExIncBackup242619
Node: ExRestore246609
Node: ExRecovery247542
Node: Files248112
Node: Seealso249411
Node: Bugreport250134
Node: Legal250715
Node: CommandIdx251726
Node: ConceptIdx268607
Node: Navigate176478
Node: Verify184776
Node: Restore194603
Node: Emulation203207
Node: Scripting213595
Node: Frontend221366
Node: Examples230973
Node: ExDevices232151
Node: ExCreate232817
Node: ExDialog234102
Node: ExGrowing235367
Node: ExModifying236172
Node: ExBootable236676
Node: ExCharset237228
Node: ExPseudo238120
Node: ExCdrecord239018
Node: ExMkisofs239335
Node: ExGrowisofs240675
Node: ExException241810
Node: ExTime242264
Node: ExIncBackup242723
Node: ExRestore246713
Node: ExRecovery247646
Node: Files248216
Node: Seealso249515
Node: Bugreport250238
Node: Legal250819
Node: CommandIdx251830
Node: ConceptIdx268711

End Tag Table

@ -50,7 +50,7 @@
@c man .\" First parameter, NAME, should be all caps
@c man .\" Second parameter, SECTION, should be 1-8, maybe w/ subsection
@c man .\" other parameters are allowed: see man(7), man(1)
@c man .TH XORRISO 1 "Version 1.3.9, Apr 20, 2015"
@c man .TH XORRISO 1 "Version 1.3.9, Mai 16, 2015"
@c man .\" Please adjust this date whenever revising the manpage.
@c man .\"
@c man .\" Some roff macros, for reference:
@ -4495,46 +4495,50 @@ The timestamps get not automatically propagated from loaded image to newly
written image. The ones for new images may be set by command -volume_date.
See there for the meaning of the particular timestamps.
@c man .TP
@item -report_el_torito "plain"|"help"
@item -report_el_torito mode
@kindex -report_el_torito shows Boot Catalog
@cindex Image, show Boot Catalog
@*
With parameter @strong{plain} print a report about the information found
With mode @strong{plain} print a report about the information found
in the El Torito boot catalog of the loaded ISO image.
@*
With parameter @strong{help} print a text which explains the meaning of the
With mode @strong{help} print a text which explains the meaning of the
lines put out by "plain".
@*
Parameter @strong{cmd} tries to print the @strong{xorriso} commands which are
necessary to produce the found El Torito equipment and System Area.
Mode @strong{cmd} tries to print the @strong{xorriso} commands which are
necessary to produce the found boot equipment: disk identifiers,
El Torito boot images, and System Area. Disk identifiers are strings
which the booting operating system might use to find the ISO filesystem
from where it comes. Currently known is the use of volume id and
modification date.
@*
The intended use case is modification of the filesystem by having -indev
and -outdev pointing to different images or drives.
The result might be insufficient, if the found equipment cannot be
produced by xorriso.
produced by xorriso. Various SORRY events may arise in this case, but
it is not guaranteed that xorriso recognizes all its insufficiencies.
@*
Parameter @strong{as_mkisofs} tries to print the @strong{xorriso -as mkisofs}
Mode @strong{as_mkisofs} tries to print the @strong{xorriso -as mkisofs}
options, which are necessary to produce the found equipment.
The intended use case is to use the mounted filesystem as input tree
together with the printed options. In some cases (e.g. -isohybrid-mbr) it
might be necessary to extract data from ISO to hard disk in order to
use the hard disk files as arguments of -as mkisofs options.
together with the printed options.
@c man .TP
@item -report_system_area "plain"|"help"|"gpt_crc_of:"disk_path
@item -report_system_area mode
@kindex -report_system_area shows MBR, GPT, and alike
@cindex Image, show MBR, GPT, and alike, -pvd_info
With parameter @strong{plain} print a report about the information found in
With mode @strong{plain} print a report about the information found in
the System Area of the loaded ISO image. The report consists of zero to
many lines with a header text, a colon, and information text.
@*
With parameter @strong{help} print a text which explains the meaning of the
With mode @strong{help} print a text which explains the meaning of the
lines put out by "plain". You probably will have to look
for more documentation which explains the technical details of the
mentioned boot facilities.
@*
Parameters @strong{cmd} and @strong{as_mkisofs} work like with
Modes @strong{cmd} and @strong{as_mkisofs} work like with
command -report_el_torito. See above.
@*
With parameter @strong{gpt_crc_of:}disk_path read up to 32 KiB from the disk
With mode @strong{gpt_crc_of:}disk_path read up to 32 KiB from the disk
file with the path given after the colon. Compute the GPT compliant CRC number
and print it to the result channel. The number is shown like "0x690fd979".
The special disk_path "-" causes reading from standard input.

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