Reacted on complaints of lintian spelling check

master
Thomas Schmitt 7 years ago
parent 3d36b343ce
commit 9c303135f6
  1. 2
      frontend/frontend_pipes_xorriso.c
  2. 16
      xorriso/drive_mgt.c
  3. 4
      xorriso/iso_img.c
  4. 4
      xorriso/opts_a_c.c
  5. 6
      xorriso/opts_d_h.c
  6. 7
      xorriso/opts_p_z.c
  7. 2
      xorriso/sfile.c
  8. 2
      xorriso/sfile.h
  9. 21
      xorriso/xorrecord.1
  10. 66
      xorriso/xorrecord.info
  11. 8
      xorriso/xorrecord.texi
  12. 80
      xorriso/xorriso.1
  13. 251
      xorriso/xorriso.info
  14. 80
      xorriso/xorriso.texi
  15. 6
      xorriso/xorriso_private.h
  16. 2
      xorriso/xorriso_timestamp.h
  17. 10
      xorriso/xorrisofs.1
  18. 58
      xorriso/xorrisofs.info
  19. 10
      xorriso/xorrisofs.texi

@ -720,7 +720,7 @@ static int Sfile_destroy_argv(int *argc, char ***argv, int flag)
The scope of a backslash (0 to 3 characters) is not affected.
@param eaten returns the difference in length between input and output
@param flag bit0= only determine *eaten, do not convert
bit1= allow to convert \000 to binary 0
bit1= convert \000 to binary 0
*/
static int Sfile_bsl_interpreter(char *text, int upto, int *eaten, int flag)
{

@ -290,7 +290,7 @@ int Xorriso_aquire_drive(struct XorrisO *xorriso, char *adr, char *show_adr,
Xorriso_msgs_submit(xorriso, 0, xorriso->info_text, 0, "FATAL", 0);
{ret= 0; goto ex;}
} else {
sprintf(xorriso->info_text, "No drive aquired on re-assessment");
sprintf(xorriso->info_text, "No drive acquired on re-assessment");
Xorriso_msgs_submit(xorriso, 0, xorriso->info_text, 0, "FATAL", 0);
{ret= 0; goto ex;}
}
@ -716,7 +716,7 @@ int Xorriso_give_up_drive(struct XorrisO *xorriso, int flag)
do_eject= !!(flag&4);
if((flag & 4) && !xorriso->indev_is_exclusive) {
sprintf(xorriso->info_text,
"Will not eject medium in non-exclusively aquired input drive.");
"Will not eject medium in non-exclusively acquired input drive.");
Xorriso_msgs_submit(xorriso, 0, xorriso->info_text, 0, "WARNING", 0);
do_eject= 0;
}
@ -748,7 +748,7 @@ int Xorriso_give_up_drive(struct XorrisO *xorriso, int flag)
do_eject= !!(flag&4);
if((flag & 4) && !xorriso->outdev_is_exclusive) {
sprintf(xorriso->info_text,
"Will not eject medium in non-exclusively aquired drive.");
"Will not eject medium in non-exclusively acquired drive.");
Xorriso_msgs_submit(xorriso, 0, xorriso->info_text, 0, "WARNING", 0);
do_eject= 0;
}
@ -784,7 +784,7 @@ int Xorriso_may_burn(struct XorrisO *xorriso, int flag)
if(xorriso->outdev_is_exclusive)
return(1);
sprintf(xorriso->info_text, "The output drive was not aquired exclusively.");
sprintf(xorriso->info_text, "The output drive was not acquired exclusively.");
Xorriso_msgs_submit(xorriso, 0, xorriso->info_text, 0, "FAILURE", 0);
sprintf(xorriso->info_text, "A possible remedy is: -osirrox 'o_excl_on'");
if(xorriso->outdev[0]) {
@ -906,7 +906,7 @@ int Xorriso_toc_line(struct XorrisO *xorriso, int flag)
/* @param flag
bit1=report about output drive
bit3=report to info channel (else to result channel)
bit4=do no report failure if no drive aquired
bit4=do no report failure if no drive acquired
*/
int Xorriso_media_product(struct XorrisO *xorriso, int flag)
{
@ -957,7 +957,7 @@ int Xorriso_media_product(struct XorrisO *xorriso, int flag)
bit1=report about output drive
bit2=do not try to read ISO heads
bit3=report to info channel (else to result channel)
bit4=do no report failure if no drive aquired
bit4=do no report failure if no drive acquired
bit5=only report "Drive current" and "Drive type"
bit6=report "Media product" with bit0
bit7=only report "Drive current"
@ -1841,7 +1841,7 @@ int Xorriso_list_speeds(struct XorrisO *xorriso, int flag)
if(xorriso->out_drive_handle == NULL && xorriso->in_drive_handle == NULL) {
Xorriso_msgs_submit(xorriso, 0,
"No drive aquired on attempt to list speeds", 0, "FAILURE", 0);
"No drive acquired on attempt to list speeds", 0, "FAILURE", 0);
return(0);
}
if(xorriso->in_drive_handle != NULL) {
@ -3314,7 +3314,7 @@ int Xorriso_get_drive_handles(struct XorrisO *xorriso,
*dinfo= (struct burn_drive_info *) xorriso->in_drive_handle;
if(*dinfo==NULL && !(flag & 16)) {
Xorriso_process_msg_queues(xorriso,0);
sprintf(xorriso->info_text, "No %s drive aquired %s",
sprintf(xorriso->info_text, "No %s drive acquired %s",
(flag&2 ? "output" : "input"), attempt);
Xorriso_msgs_submit(xorriso, 0, xorriso->info_text, 0, "FAILURE", 0);
}

@ -369,7 +369,7 @@ int Xorriso_get_volid(struct XorrisO *xorriso, char volid[33], int flag)
bit1= do only report to fp
bit2= is_default
bit3= append -boot_image any next
bit4= eventually concentrate boot options
bit4= concentrate boot options
*/
int Xorriso_boot_item_status(struct XorrisO *xorriso, char *cat_path,
char *bin_path, int platform_id,
@ -389,7 +389,7 @@ int Xorriso_boot_item_status(struct XorrisO *xorriso, char *cat_path,
line= xorriso->result_line;
if((flag & 16) && bin_path[0] != 0) {
/* Allow to concentrate boot options. */
/* Concentrate boot options. */
memset(zeros, 0, 28);
if(memcmp(id_string, zeros, 28) == 0 &&
memcmp(selection_crit, zeros, 20) == 0)

@ -652,7 +652,7 @@ unusable_size:;
ret= Xorriso_blank_media(xorriso, mode_flag&3);
if(ret==0)
return(ret);
if(ret <= 0) { /* in case of success, above functions will have re-aquired */
if(ret <= 0) { /* in case of success, above functions will have re-acquired */
aq_ret= Xorriso_reaquire_outdev(xorriso, 0); /* actually give up drive */
if(ret<aq_ret)
return(ret);
@ -2039,7 +2039,7 @@ int Xorriso_option_close_filter_list(struct XorrisO *xorriso, int flag)
/* Option -commit */
/* @param flag bit0= leave indrive and outdrive aquired as they were,
/* @param flag bit0= leave indrive and outdrive acquired as they were,
i.e. do not aquire outdrive as new in-out-drive
bit1= do not perform eventual -reassure
@return <=0 error , 1 success, 2 revoked by -reassure , 3 no change pending

@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ int Xorriso_option_data_cache_size(struct XorrisO *xorriso, char *num_tiles,
bit3= regard overwriteable media as blank
bit4= if the drive is a regular disk file: truncate it to
the write start address
bit5= do not print toc of aquired drive
bit5= do not print toc of acquired drive
bit6= do not calm down drive after aquiring it
@return <=0 error , 1 success, 2 revoked by -reassure
*/
@ -2165,9 +2165,9 @@ int Xorriso_option_help(struct XorrisO *xorriso, int flag)
" local filesystem which match one of the shell parser",
" patterns.",
" -dus pattern [***] like -du but summing up subdirectories without",
" listing them explicitely.",
" listing them explicitly.",
" -dusx pattern [***] like -dux but summing up subdirectories without",
" listing them explicitely.",
" listing them explicitly.",
"",
" -findx disk_path [-name pattern] [-type t] [-exec action [params]]",
" Like -find but operating on local filesystem. Most -exec",

@ -1608,21 +1608,22 @@ int Xorriso_option_toc_of(struct XorrisO *xorriso, char *which, int flag)
toc_flag|= 1;
if(strncmp(which, "in", 2) == 0) {
if(xorriso->indev[0] == 0) {
Xorriso_msgs_submit(xorriso, 0, "-toc_of 'in' : No input drive aquired",
Xorriso_msgs_submit(xorriso, 0, "-toc_of 'in' : No input drive acquired",
0, "NOTE", 0);
return(2);
}
ret= Xorriso_toc(xorriso, toc_flag | 0);
} else if(strncmp(which, "out", 3) == 0) {
if(xorriso->outdev[0] == 0) {
Xorriso_msgs_submit(xorriso, 0, "-toc_of 'out' : No output drive aquired",
Xorriso_msgs_submit(xorriso, 0,
"-toc_of 'out' : No output drive acquired",
0, "NOTE", 0);
return(2);
}
ret= Xorriso_toc(xorriso, toc_flag | 2);
} else if(strncmp(which, "all", 3) == 0) {
if(xorriso->indev[0] == 0 && xorriso->outdev[0] == 0) {
Xorriso_msgs_submit(xorriso, 0, "-toc_of 'all' : No drive aquired",
Xorriso_msgs_submit(xorriso, 0, "-toc_of 'all' : No drive acquired",
0, "NOTE", 0);
return(2);
}

@ -461,7 +461,7 @@ int Sfile_off_t_text(char text[80], off_t num, int flag)
The scope of a backslash (0 to 3 characters) is not affected.
@param eaten returns the difference in length between input and output
@param flag bit0= only determine *eaten, do not convert
bit1= allow to convert \000 to binary 0
bit1= convert \000 to binary 0
*/
int Sfile_bsl_interpreter(char *text, int upto, int *eaten, int flag)
{

@ -129,7 +129,7 @@ char *Sfile_datestr(time_t tim, short int flag);
The scope of a backslash (0 to 3 characters) is not affected.
@param eaten returns the difference in length between input and output
@param flag bit0= only determine *eaten, do not convert
bit1= allow to convert \000 to binary 0
bit1= convert \000 to binary 0
*/
int Sfile_bsl_interpreter(char *text, int upto, int *eaten, int flag);

@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
.\" 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 XORRECORD 1 "Version 1.4.1, Jul 30, 2015"
.TH XORRECORD 1 "Version 1.4.1, Sep 20, 2015"
.\" Please adjust this date whenever revising the manpage.
.\"
.\" Some roff macros, for reference:
@ -412,18 +412,18 @@ The same as padsize=15s. This was once sufficient with older GNU/Linux
kernels. Meanwhile one should at least use padsize=128k, if not padsize=300k.
.TP
\fB\-data\fR
Explicitely announce that the track source shall be recorded as data track,
Explicitly announce that the track source shall be recorded as data track,
and not as audio track. This option has no effect with \fBxorrecord\fR,
because there is no support for other track formats anyway.
.TP
\fB\-tao\fR
Explicitely demand that write type TAO shall be used for CD, or Incremental
Explicitly demand that write type TAO shall be used for CD, or Incremental
for DVD\-R. Normally the program will choose the write type according to the
given medium state, option \-multi, and track source. Demanding it explicitely
prevents the start of a write run, if it is not appropriate to the situation.
.TP
\fB\-sao\fR
Explicitely demand that write type SAO shall be used for CD, or DAO for DVD\-R.
Explicitly demand that write type SAO shall be used for CD, or DAO for DVD\-R.
This might prevent the write run, if it is not appropriate to the situation.
.TP
\fB\-dao\fR
@ -607,15 +607,20 @@ E.g.: modesty_on_drive=75
.br
The optimal values depend on the buffer behavior of the drive.
.br
There are also timing parameters "timeout_sec=", "min_usec=", "max_usec=".
Read the description of burn_drive_set_buffer_waiting() in libburn.h,
before setting them to non\-default values.
Parameter "timeout_sec=" defines after which time of unsuccessful waiting
the modesty shall be disabled because it does not work.
.br
Parameter "min_usec=" defines the initial sleeping period in microseconds.
If the drive buffer appears to be too full for sending more data, the
program will wait the given time and inquire the buffer fill state again.
If repeated inquiry shows not enough free space, the sleep time will
slowly be increased to what parameter "max_usec=" defines.
.br
Parameters, which are not mentioned with a modesty_on_drive= option,
stay unchanged.
Default is:
.br
modesty_on_drive=off:min_percent=65:max_percent=95
modesty_on_drive=off:min_percent=90:max_percent=95:timeout_sec=120:min_usec=5000:max_usec=25000
.TP
\fBwrite_start_address=value\fR
Set the block address on overwritable media where to start writing the track.

@ -397,18 +397,18 @@ padsize=size
GNU/Linux kernels. Meanwhile one should at least use padsize=128k,
if not padsize=300k.
-data
Explicitely announce that the track source shall be recorded as
data track, and not as audio track. This option has no effect with
Explicitly announce that the track source shall be recorded as data
track, and not as audio track. This option has no effect with
'xorrecord', because there is no support for other track formats
anyway.
-tao
Explicitely demand that write type TAO shall be used for CD, or
Explicitly demand that write type TAO shall be used for CD, or
Incremental for DVD-R. Normally the program will choose the write
type according to the given medium state, option -multi, and track
source. Demanding it explicitely prevents the start of a write
run, if it is not appropriate to the situation.
-sao
Explicitely demand that write type SAO shall be used for CD, or DAO
Explicitly demand that write type SAO shall be used for CD, or DAO
for DVD-R. This might prevent the write run, if it is not
appropriate to the situation.
-dao
@ -566,13 +566,17 @@ modesty_on_drive=parameter[:parameters]
are interpreted as "on:min_percent=".
E.g.: modesty_on_drive=75
The optimal values depend on the buffer behavior of the drive.
There are also timing parameters "timeout_sec=", "min_usec=",
"max_usec=". Read the description of
burn_drive_set_buffer_waiting() in libburn.h, before setting them
to non-default values.
Parameter "timeout_sec=" defines after which time of unsuccessful
waiting the modesty shall be disabled because it does not work.
Parameter "min_usec=" defines the initial sleeping period in
microseconds. If the drive buffer appears to be too full for
sending more data, the program will wait the given time and inquire
the buffer fill state again. If repeated inquiry shows not enough
free space, the sleep time will slowly be increased to what
parameter "max_usec=" defines.
Parameters, which are not mentioned with a modesty_on_drive=
option, stay unchanged. Default is:
modesty_on_drive=off:min_percent=65:max_percent=95
modesty_on_drive=off:min_percent=90:max_percent=95:timeout_sec=120:min_usec=5000:max_usec=25000
write_start_address=value
Set the block address on overwritable media where to start writing
the track. With DVD+RW, DVD-RAM or BD-RE, byte_offset must be
@ -881,12 +885,12 @@ File: xorrecord.info, Node: CommandIdx, Next: ConceptIdx, Prev: Legal, Up: T
* minbuf= keep drive buffer hungry: SetBurn. (line 205)
* padsize= add bytes to end of track: SetBurn. (line 144)
* speed= set write speed: SetBurn. (line 189)
* stdio_sync= control stdio buffer: NonCdrecord. (line 93)
* stdio_sync= control stdio buffer: NonCdrecord. (line 97)
* stream_recording= try to get full speed on DVD-RAM, BD: NonCdrecord.
(line 39)
* tsize= set a fixed track size: SetBurn. (line 126)
* write_start_address= set block address for write start: NonCdrecord.
(line 87)
(line 91)

File: xorrecord.info, Node: ConceptIdx, Prev: CommandIdx, Up: Top
@ -943,11 +947,11 @@ File: xorrecord.info, Node: ConceptIdx, Prev: CommandIdx, Up: Top
* Version, report, -version: Verbous. (line 8)
* Write simulation , control, -dummy: SetBurn. (line 106)
* Write start address, set, write_start_address=: NonCdrecord.
(line 87)
(line 91)
* Write type, SAO/DAO, -dao: SetBurn. (line 172)
* Write type, SAO/DAO, -sao: SetBurn. (line 168)
* Write type, TAO, -tao: SetBurn. (line 162)
* Write, buffer syncing, stdio_sync=: NonCdrecord. (line 93)
* Write, buffer syncing, stdio_sync=: NonCdrecord. (line 97)
* Write, drive buffer, -immed: SetBurn. (line 208)
* Write, drive buffer, minbuf=: SetBurn. (line 205)
* Write, drive buffer, modesty_on_drive=: NonCdrecord. (line 56)
@ -966,23 +970,23 @@ Node: Options5885
Node: DriveAddr6253
Node: Inquire7618
Node: SetBurn10487
Node: Verbous20940
Node: NonCdrecord22490
Node: Examples27889
Node: ExDevices28550
Node: ExMedium28768
Node: ExBlank29031
Node: ExFormat29252
Node: ExDeformat29770
Node: ExIsoSingle30037
Node: ExIsoMulti30321
Node: ExIsoFly31955
Node: ExAfio32626
Node: Files33624
Node: Seealso34180
Node: Bugreport34543
Node: Legal35134
Node: CommandIdx36063
Node: ConceptIdx39339
Node: Verbous20937
Node: NonCdrecord22487
Node: Examples28241
Node: ExDevices28902
Node: ExMedium29120
Node: ExBlank29383
Node: ExFormat29604
Node: ExDeformat30122
Node: ExIsoSingle30389
Node: ExIsoMulti30673
Node: ExIsoFly32307
Node: ExAfio32978
Node: Files33976
Node: Seealso34532
Node: Bugreport34895
Node: Legal35486
Node: CommandIdx36415
Node: ConceptIdx39691

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 XORRECORD 1 "Version 1.4.1, Aug 29, 2015"
@c man .TH XORRECORD 1 "Version 1.4.1, Sep 20, 2015"
@c man .\" Please adjust this date whenever revising the manpage.
@c man .\"
@c man .\" Some roff macros, for reference:
@ -579,14 +579,14 @@ kernels. Meanwhile one should at least use padsize=128k, if not padsize=300k.
@item -data
@kindex -data explicitely announce a data track
@cindex Data track, announce, -data
Explicitely announce that the track source shall be recorded as data track,
Explicitly announce that the track source shall be recorded as data track,
and not as audio track. This option has no effect with @command{xorrecord},
because there is no support for other track formats anyway.
@c man .TP
@item -tao
@kindex -tao explicitely set write type TAO
@cindex Write type, TAO, -tao
Explicitely demand that write type TAO shall be used for CD, or Incremental
Explicitly demand that write type TAO shall be used for CD, or Incremental
for DVD-R. Normally the program will choose the write type according to the
given medium state, option -multi, and track source. Demanding it explicitely
prevents the start of a write run, if it is not appropriate to the situation.
@ -594,7 +594,7 @@ prevents the start of a write run, if it is not appropriate to the situation.
@item -sao
@kindex -sao explicitely set write type SAO/DAO
@cindex Write type, SAO/DAO, -sao
Explicitely demand that write type SAO shall be used for CD, or DAO for DVD-R.
Explicitly demand that write type SAO shall be used for CD, or DAO for DVD-R.
This might prevent the write run, if it is not appropriate to the situation.
@c man .TP
@item -dao

@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
.\" 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 1.4.1, Sep 16, 2015"
.TH XORRISO 1 "Version 1.4.1, Sep 20, 2015"
.\" Please adjust this date whenever revising the manpage.
.\"
.\" Some roff macros, for reference:
@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ with Rock Ridge extensions.
.PP
\fBxorriso\fR
is a program which copies file objects from POSIX compliant
filesystems into Rock Ridge enhanced ISO 9660 filesystems and allows
filesystems into Rock Ridge enhanced ISO 9660 filesystems and performs
session\-wise manipulation of such filesystems. It can load the management
information of existing ISO images and it writes the session results to
optical media or to filesystem objects.
@ -126,7 +126,7 @@ represent arbitrary media or from regular disk files.
.PP
This session usage model has been extended on CD media by the concept of
\fBmulti\-session\fR ,
which allows to add information to the CD and gives the mount programs
which adds information to the CD and gives the mount programs
of the operating systems the addresses of the entry points of each
session. The mount programs recognize block devices which represent
CD media and will by default mount the image in the last session.
@ -151,7 +151,7 @@ See paragraph Creating, Growing, Modifying, Blind Growing below.
.PP
\fBxorriso\fR adopts the concept of multi\-session by loading an
image directory tree if present,
by allowing to manipulate it by several actions,
by offering to manipulate it by several actions,
and by writing the new image to the target medium.
.br
The first session of a \fBxorriso\fR run begins by the definition of
@ -177,11 +177,11 @@ unformatted DVD\-RW. These media provide a table of content which
describes their existing sessions. See command \fB\-toc\fR.
.br
Similar to multi\-session media are DVD\-R DL and minimally blanked DVD\-RW.
They allow only a single session of which the size must be known in advance.
They record only a single session of which the size must be known in advance.
\fBxorriso\fR will write onto them only if command \-close is set to "on".
.br
\fBOverwriteable media\fR are DVD\-RAM, DVD+RW, BD\-RE, and formatted DVD\-RW.
They allow random write access but do not provide information about their
They offer random write access but do not provide information about their
session history. If they contain one or more ISO 9660 sessions and if the
first session was written by \fBxorriso\fR, then a table of content can
be emulated. Else only a single overall session will be visible.
@ -330,8 +330,8 @@ their path in the filesystem. E.g.:
.br
\-dev stdio:/dev/sdc
.br
The default setting of \-drive_class allows to address files outside the
/dev tree without that prefix. E.g.:
The default setting of \-drive_class allows the user to address files outside
the /dev tree without that prefix. E.g.:
.br
\-dev /tmp/pseudo_drive
.br
@ -369,7 +369,7 @@ drive.
.br
One may use command
\fB\-ban_stdio_write\fR
to surely prevent this risk and to allow only MMC drives.
to surely prevent this risk and to restrict drive usage to MMC drives.
.br
One may prepend "mmc:" to a path to surely disallow any automatic "stdio:".
.br
@ -458,8 +458,7 @@ only on GNU/Linux and FreeBSD.
.PP
\fBxattr\fR (aka EA, or extattr)
are pairs of name and value which can be attached to file objects. AAIP is
able to represent them and \fBxorriso\fR allows to record and restore
pairs which
able to represent them and \fBxorriso\fR can record and restore pairs which
have names out of the user namespace. I.e. those which begin with "user.",
like "user.x" or "user.whatever". Name has to be a 0 terminated string.
Value may be any array of bytes which does not exceed the size of 4095 bytes.
@ -533,7 +532,7 @@ quotations or an open quotation cause the next input line to be appended.
Quoted input accepts any 8\-bit character except NUL (0) as the content of
the quotes.
Nevertheless it can be cumbersome for the user to produce those characters
directly. Therefore quoted input and program arguments allow optional
directly. Therefore quoted input and program arguments offer optional
\fBBackslash Interpretation\fR
which can represent all 8\-bit characters except NUL (0) via backslash codes
as in $'...' of bash.
@ -562,7 +561,7 @@ availability
of package readline\-dev at the time when \fBxorriso\fR was built from
its sourcecode.
.br
Readline allows to move the cursor over the text in the line by help of the
Readline lets the user move the cursor over the text in the line by help of the
Left and the Right arrow keys.
Text may be inserted at the cursor position. The Delete key removes the
character under the cursor. Up and Down arrow keys navigate through
@ -951,8 +950,8 @@ if any occur despite the prescriptions of ECMA\-119.
.TP
\fB\-disk_dev_ino\fR "on"|"ino_only"|"off"
Enable or disable processing of recorded file identification numbers
(dev_t and ino_t). If enabled they are stored as xattr and allow
to substantially accelerate file comparison. The root node gets a global start
(dev_t and ino_t). If enabled they are stored as xattr and can
substantially accelerate file comparison. The root node gets a global start
timestamp. If during comparison a file with younger timestamps is found in the
ISO image, then it is suspected to have inconsistent content.
.br
@ -983,7 +982,7 @@ leading bytes replaced by '_'.
iso_rr_paths with the long components will still be able to access the
file paths with truncated components. To avoid confusion by having both
truncated and untrancated names in the same directory, it is not possible
to change this setting after a drive was aquired. All file names get
to change this setting after a drive was acquired. All file names get
truncated by the same length.
.br
File name patterns will only work if they match the truncated name.
@ -1450,13 +1449,13 @@ It also disables \-disk_pattern expansion for command \-add.
and re\-enables \-disk_pattern expansion.
.TP
\fB\-overwrite\fR "on"|"nondir"|"off"
Allow or disallow to overwrite existing files in the
Allow or disallow overwriting of existing files in the
ISO image by files with the same name.
.br
With setting "off", name collisions cause FAILURE events.
With setting "nondir", only directories are protected by such events, other
existing file types get treated with \-rm before the new file gets added.
Setting "on" allows automatic \-rm_r. I.e. a non\-directory can replace an
Setting "on" enables automatic \-rm_r. I.e. a non\-directory can replace an
existing directory and all its subordinates.
.br
If restoring of files is enabled, then the overwrite rule applies to the
@ -2272,7 +2271,7 @@ prevent any suffix renaming.
.br
Attaching or detaching filters will not alter the state of \-changes_pending.
If the filter manipulations shall be the only changes in a write run, then
explicitely execute \-changes_pending "yes".
explicitly execute \-changes_pending "yes".
.TP
\fB\-set_filter_r\fR name iso_rr_path [***]
Like \-set_filter but affecting all data files below eventual directories.
@ -2967,7 +2966,7 @@ its option \-multi is missing.
Set the write type for the next burn run. "auto" will select SAO with blank
CD media, DAO with blank DVD\-R[W] if \-close is "on", and elsewise CD TAO or the
equivalent write type of the particular DVD/BD media.
Choosing TAO or SAO/DAO explicitely might cause the burn run to fail if the
Choosing TAO or SAO/DAO explicitly might cause the burn run to fail if the
desired write type is not possible with the given media state.
.TP
\fB\-padding\fR number["k"|"m"]|"included"|"appended"
@ -3330,7 +3329,7 @@ the partition table. 0 chooses a default value. Maximum is 255.
the partition table. 0 chooses a default value. Maximum is 63.
.br
The product partition_sec_hd * partition_hd_cyl * 512 is the cylinder size.
It should be divisible by 2048 in order to allow exact alignment.
It should be divisible by 2048 in order to make exact alignment possible.
With appended partitions and "appended_part_as=gpt" there
is no limit for the number of cylinders. Else there may be at most 1024
of them.
@ -3368,9 +3367,8 @@ It will overwrite the first 512 bytes of any data provided by system_area=.
Only a single boot file can be declared by mipsel_path=.
.br
\fBsparc_label=\fRtext causes the production of a SUN Disk Label with the
given text as ASCII label. This boot block format allows to append images
for partitions 2 to 8. Partition 1 will always be the ISO image.
See command \-append_partition.
given text as ASCII label. Partitions 2 to 8 may occupied by appended images.
Partition 1 will always be the ISO image. See command \-append_partition.
The first 512 bytes of any data provided by system_area= will be overwritten.
.br
\fBgrub2_sparc_core=\fRiso_rr_path causes the content address and size
@ -3885,11 +3883,11 @@ to be the most recent real session then.
Some read\-only drives and media show no usable session history at all.
Command \-rom_toc_scan might help.
.br
If input device and output device are both aquired and not the same,
If input device and output device are both acquired and not the same,
then both tables\-of\-content get shown.
.TP
\fB\-toc_of\fR "in"|"out"|"all"[":short"]
Like command \-toc but explicitely choosing which drive's table\-of\-content
Like command \-toc but explicitly choosing which drive's table\-of\-content
to show. "in" shows \-indev or \-dev, "out" shows \-outdev or \-dev,
"all" shows the same as \-toc.
.br
@ -3897,7 +3895,7 @@ If ":short" is appended to the drive choosing word, then only a short
summary of drive state and medium content is printed.
.br
As further difference to \-toc, this command does not emit FAILURE events
if the desired drive is not aquired.
if the desired drive is not acquired.
.TP
\fB\-mount_cmd\fR drive entity id path
Emit an appropriate command line for mounting the ISO session
@ -3922,7 +3920,7 @@ for direct execution of this command.
Set options which influence \-mount and \-mount_cmd. Currently there is only
option "exclusive" which is default and its counterpart "shared". The latter
causes \fBxorriso\fR not to give up the affected drive with command \-mount.
On GNU/Linux it adds mount option "loop" which may allow to mount several
On GNU/Linux it adds mount option "loop" which may enable mounting of several
sessions of the same block device at the same time. One should not write
to a mounted optical medium, of course. Take care to umount all sessions
before ejecting.
@ -4361,10 +4359,10 @@ recorded MD5 checksums. Severity "ALL" disables this event.
tries to read the file given by disk_path as
sector bitmap and to store such a map file after the scan run.
The bitmap tells which blocks have been read successfully in previous runs.
It allows to do several scans on the same medium, even with intermediate
eject, in order to collect readable blocks whenever the drive is lucky enough
to produce them. The stored file contains a human readable TOC of tracks
and their start block addresses, followed by binary bitmap data.
It is the persistent memory for several scans on the same medium, even with
intermediate eject, in order to collect readable blocks whenever the drive
is lucky enough to produce them. The stored file contains a human readable
TOC of tracks and their start block addresses, followed by binary bitmap data.
.br
By default, untested blocks are not considered bad, but rather as intentionally
unread. If you expect time_limit= or item_limit= to abort the run, then
@ -4477,7 +4475,7 @@ are owned by the effective user who runs \fBxorriso\fR. This happens
by temporarily granting rwx permission to the owner.
.br
Option "sort_lba_on" may improve read performance with optical drives. It
allows to restore large numbers of hard links without exhausting
can restore large numbers of hard links without exhausting
\-temp_mem_limit. It does not preserve directory mtime and it needs
\-osirrox option auto_chmod_on in order to extract directories which offer no
write permission. Default is "sort_lba_off".
@ -4485,7 +4483,7 @@ write permission. Default is "sort_lba_off".
Option "o_excl_on" is the default unless the program was started with leafname
"osirrox". On GNU/Linux it tries to avoid using drives which are mounted or in
use by other libburn programs.
Option "o_excl_off" allows on GNU/Linux to access such drives. Drives which
Option "o_excl_off" on GNU/Linux enables access to such drives. Drives which
get acquired while "o_excl_off" will refuse to get blanked, formatted,
written, or ejected. But be aware that even harmless inquiries can spoil
ongoing burns of CD\-R[W] and DVD\-R[W].
@ -4519,9 +4517,9 @@ composed from iso_rr_path by replacing iso_rr_prefix by disk_prefix.
\fB\-extract_cut\fR iso_rr_path byte_offset byte_count disk_path
Copy a byte interval from a data file out of an ISO image into a newly created
disk file.
The main purpose for this is to allow handling of large files if they
are not supported by mount \-t iso9660 and if the reading system is unable
to buffer them as a whole.
The main purpose for this is to offer a way of handling large files if they
are not supported by mount \-t iso9660 or if the target disk filesystem cannot
store large files.
.br
If the data bytes of iso_rr_path are stored in the loaded ISO image,
and no filter is applied,
@ -4990,7 +4988,7 @@ wait for the user to hit the Enter key
or to send a line via stdin.
.TP
\fB\-sleep\fR seconds
Wait for the given number of seconds before perfoming the next command.
Wait for the given number of seconds before performing the next command.
Expect coarse granularity no better than 1/100 seconds.
.TP
\fB\-errfile_log\fR mode path|channel
@ -5517,7 +5515,7 @@ $ xorriso \-dev stdio:/dev/sdb ...
.br
If /dev/sdb is to be used frequently and /dev/sda is the system disk,
then consider to place the following lines in a \fBxorriso\fR Startup File.
They allow to use /dev/sdb without prefix and protect disk /dev/sda
They allow you to use /dev/sdb without prefix and protect disk /dev/sda
from \fBxorriso\fR:
.br
\-drive_class banned /dev/sda*
@ -5803,8 +5801,8 @@ program name pre\-select certain settings:
.br
\fBxorrecord\fR starts \fBxorriso\fR with \-as cdrecord emulation.
.br
\fBosirrox\fR starts with \-osirrox "on:o_excl_off" which allows
to copy files from ISO image to disk and to apply command \-mount to
\fBosirrox\fR starts with \-osirrox "on:o_excl_off" which allows further
commands to copy files from ISO image to disk and to apply command \-mount to
one or more of the existing ISO sessions.
.SS
.B Startup files:

@ -46,7 +46,7 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: Overview, Next: Model, Prev: Top, Up: Top
**********
'xorriso' is a program which copies file objects from POSIX compliant
filesystems into Rock Ridge enhanced ISO 9660 filesystems and allows
filesystems into Rock Ridge enhanced ISO 9660 filesystems and performs
session-wise manipulation of such filesystems. It can load the
management information of existing ISO images and it writes the session
results to optical media or to filesystem objects.
@ -104,8 +104,8 @@ images from devices that represent arbitrary media or from regular disk
files.
This session usage model has been extended on CD media by the concept
of *multi-session* , which allows to add information to the CD and gives
the mount programs of the operating systems the addresses of the entry
of *multi-session* , which adds information to the CD and gives the
mount programs of the operating systems the addresses of the entry
points of each session. The mount programs recognize block devices
which represent CD media and will by default mount the image in the last
session.
@ -126,7 +126,7 @@ modifications. See paragraph Creating, Growing, Modifying, Blind
Growing below.
'xorriso' adopts the concept of multi-session by loading an image
directory tree if present, by allowing to manipulate it by several
directory tree if present, by offering to manipulate it by several
actions, and by writing the new image to the target medium. The first
session of a 'xorriso' run begins by the definition of the input drive
with the ISO image or by the definition of an output drive. The session
@ -155,11 +155,11 @@ There are two families of media in the MMC standard:
unformatted DVD-RW. These media provide a table of content which
describes their existing sessions. See command *-toc*.
Similar to multi-session media are DVD-R DL and minimally blanked
DVD-RW. They allow only a single session of which the size must be known
in advance. 'xorriso' will write onto them only if command -close is
set to "on".
DVD-RW. They record only a single session of which the size must be
known in advance. 'xorriso' will write onto them only if command -close
is set to "on".
*Overwriteable media* are DVD-RAM, DVD+RW, BD-RE, and formatted DVD-RW.
They allow random write access but do not provide information about
They offer random write access but do not provide information about
their session history. If they contain one or more ISO 9660 sessions
and if the first session was written by 'xorriso', then a table of
content can be emulated. Else only a single overall session will be
@ -293,8 +293,8 @@ bundle the authorized users in a group like old "floppy".
Filesystem objects of nearly any type can be addressed by prefix
"stdio:" and their path in the filesystem. E.g.:
-dev stdio:/dev/sdc
The default setting of -drive_class allows to address files outside the
/dev tree without that prefix. E.g.:
The default setting of -drive_class allows the user to address files
outside the /dev tree without that prefix. E.g.:
-dev /tmp/pseudo_drive
If path leads to a regular file or to a block device then the emulated
drive is random access readable and can be used for the method of
@ -325,7 +325,7 @@ file or device by using its path with the "stdio:" prefix. By default
any address in the /dev tree without prefix "stdio:" will work only if
it leads to a MMC drive.
One may use command *-ban_stdio_write* to surely prevent this risk and
to allow only MMC drives.
to restrict drive usage to MMC drives.
One may prepend "mmc:" to a path to surely disallow any automatic
"stdio:". By command -drive_class one may ban certain paths or allow
access without prefix "stdio:" to other paths.
@ -398,11 +398,11 @@ only on GNU/Linux and FreeBSD.
*xattr* (aka EA, or extattr) are pairs of name and value which can be
attached to file objects. AAIP is able to represent them and 'xorriso'
allows to record and restore pairs which have names out of the user
namespace. I.e. those which begin with "user.", like "user.x" or
"user.whatever". Name has to be a 0 terminated string. Value may be
any array of bytes which does not exceed the size of 4095 bytes. xattr
processing happens only if it is enabled by command *-xattr*.
can record and restore pairs which have names out of the user namespace.
I.e. those which begin with "user.", like "user.x" or "user.whatever".
Name has to be a 0 terminated string. Value may be any array of bytes
which does not exceed the size of 4095 bytes. xattr processing happens
only if it is enabled by command *-xattr*.
As with ACL, currently only 'xorriso' is able to retrieve xattr from
AAIP enhanced images, to restore them to xattr capable file systems, or
to print them.
@ -465,7 +465,7 @@ line to be appended.
Quoted input accepts any 8-bit character except NUL (0) as the content
of the quotes. Nevertheless it can be cumbersome for the user to
produce those characters directly. Therefore quoted input and program
arguments allow optional *Backslash Interpretation* which can represent
arguments offer optional *Backslash Interpretation* which can represent
all 8-bit characters except NUL (0) via backslash codes as in $'...' of
bash.
This is not enabled by default. See command -backslash_codes.
@ -494,10 +494,10 @@ services to make dialog more comfortable.
it from the bash shell. Whether it is available in 'xorriso' depends on
the availability of package readline-dev at the time when 'xorriso' was
built from its sourcecode.
Readline allows to move the cursor over the text in the line by help of
the Left and the Right arrow keys. Text may be inserted at the cursor
position. The Delete key removes the character under the cursor. Up
and Down arrow keys navigate through the history of previous input
Readline lets the user move the cursor over the text in the line by help
of the Left and the Right arrow keys. Text may be inserted at the
cursor position. The Delete key removes the character under the cursor.
Up and Down arrow keys navigate through the history of previous input
lines.
See info readline for more info about libreadline.
@ -860,10 +860,10 @@ activate them only after image loading.
-disk_dev_ino "on"|"ino_only"|"off"
Enable or disable processing of recorded file identification
numbers (dev_t and ino_t). If enabled they are stored as xattr and
allow to substantially accelerate file comparison. The root node
gets a global start timestamp. If during comparison a file with
younger timestamps is found in the ISO image, then it is suspected
to have inconsistent content.
can substantially accelerate file comparison. The root node gets a
global start timestamp. If during comparison a file with younger
timestamps is found in the ISO image, then it is suspected to have
inconsistent content.
If device numbers and inode numbers of the disk filesystems are
persistent and if no irregular alterations of timestamps or system
clock happen, then potential content changes can be detected
@ -888,7 +888,7 @@ activate them only after image loading.
the file paths with truncated components. To avoid confusion by
having both truncated and untrancated names in the same directory,
it is not possible to change this setting after a drive was
aquired. All file names get truncated by the same length.
acquired. All file names get truncated by the same length.
File name patterns will only work if they match the truncated name.
This might change in future.
Linux kernels up to at least 4.1 misrepresent names of length 254
@ -1275,12 +1275,12 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: SetInsert, Next: Manip, Prev: Insert, Up: Commands
"off" disables pathspecs of the form target=source and re-enables
-disk_pattern expansion.
-overwrite "on"|"nondir"|"off"
Allow or disallow to overwrite existing files in the ISO image by
Allow or disallow overwriting of existing files in the ISO image by
files with the same name.
With setting "off", name collisions cause FAILURE events. With
setting "nondir", only directories are protected by such events,
other existing file types get treated with -rm before the new file
gets added. Setting "on" allows automatic -rm_r. I.e. a
gets added. Setting "on" enables automatic -rm_r. I.e. a
non-directory can replace an existing directory and all its
subordinates.
If restoring of files is enabled, then the overwrite rule applies
@ -1937,7 +1937,7 @@ there are many small files.
"--remove-all-filters+" to prevent any suffix renaming.
Attaching or detaching filters will not alter the state of
-changes_pending. If the filter manipulations shall be the only
changes in a write run, then explicitely execute -changes_pending
changes in a write run, then explicitly execute -changes_pending
"yes".
-set_filter_r name iso_rr_path [***]
Like -set_filter but affecting all data files below eventual
@ -2514,7 +2514,7 @@ according to the setting of command -acl.
Set the write type for the next burn run. "auto" will select SAO
with blank CD media, DAO with blank DVD-R[W] if -close is "on", and
elsewise CD TAO or the equivalent write type of the particular
DVD/BD media. Choosing TAO or SAO/DAO explicitely might cause the
DVD/BD media. Choosing TAO or SAO/DAO explicitly might cause the
burn run to fail if the desired write type is not possible with the
given media state.
-padding number["k"|"m"]|"included"|"appended"
@ -2804,8 +2804,8 @@ Examples:
*partition_sec_hd=*number gives the number of sectors per head for
the partition table. 0 chooses a default value. Maximum is 63.
The product partition_sec_hd * partition_hd_cyl * 512 is the
cylinder size. It should be divisible by 2048 in order to allow
exact alignment. With appended partitions and
cylinder size. It should be divisible by 2048 in order to make
exact alignment possible. With appended partitions and
"appended_part_as=gpt" there is no limit for the number of
cylinders. Else there may be at most 1024 of them. If the
cylinder size is too small to stay below the limit, then
@ -2836,10 +2836,10 @@ Examples:
data provided by system_area=. Only a single boot file can be
declared by mipsel_path=.
*sparc_label=*text causes the production of a SUN Disk Label with
the given text as ASCII label. This boot block format allows to
append images for partitions 2 to 8. Partition 1 will always be
the ISO image. See command -append_partition. The first 512 bytes
of any data provided by system_area= will be overwritten.
the given text as ASCII label. Partitions 2 to 8 may occupied by
appended images. Partition 1 will always be the ISO image. See
command -append_partition. The first 512 bytes of any data
provided by system_area= will be overwritten.
*grub2_sparc_core=*iso_rr_path causes the content address and size
of the given file to be written after the SUN Disk Label. Both
numbers are counted in bytes. The address is written as 64 bit
@ -3257,16 +3257,16 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: Inquiry, Next: Navigate, Prev: DialogCtl, Up: Comm
sessions is supposed to be the most recent real session then.
Some read-only drives and media show no usable session history at
all. Command -rom_toc_scan might help.
If input device and output device are both aquired and not the
If input device and output device are both acquired and not the
same, then both tables-of-content get shown.
-toc_of "in"|"out"|"all"[":short"]
Like command -toc but explicitely choosing which drive's
Like command -toc but explicitly choosing which drive's
table-of-content to show. "in" shows -indev or -dev, "out" shows
-outdev or -dev, "all" shows the same as -toc.
If ":short" is appended to the drive choosing word, then only a
short summary of drive state and medium content is printed.
As further difference to -toc, this command does not emit FAILURE
events if the desired drive is not aquired.
events if the desired drive is not acquired.
-mount_cmd drive entity id path
Emit an appropriate command line for mounting the ISO session
indicated by drive, entity and id. The result will be different on
@ -3287,9 +3287,9 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: Inquiry, Next: Navigate, Prev: DialogCtl, Up: Comm
is only option "exclusive" which is default and its counterpart
"shared". The latter causes 'xorriso' not to give up the affected
drive with command -mount. On GNU/Linux it adds mount option
"loop" which may allow to mount several sessions of the same block
device at the same time. One should not write to a mounted optical
medium, of course. Take care to umount all sessions before
"loop" which may enable mounting of several sessions of the same
block device at the same time. One should not write to a mounted
optical medium, of course. Take care to umount all sessions before
ejecting.
-session_string drive entity id format
Print to the result channel a text which gets composed according to
@ -3650,11 +3650,11 @@ transmission errors.
tries to read the file given by disk_path as sector bitmap and
to store such a map file after the scan run. The bitmap tells
which blocks have been read successfully in previous runs. It
allows to do several scans on the same medium, even with
intermediate eject, in order to collect readable blocks
whenever the drive is lucky enough to produce them. The
stored file contains a human readable TOC of tracks and their
start block addresses, followed by binary bitmap data.
is the persistent memory for several scans on the same medium,
even with intermediate eject, in order to collect readable
blocks whenever the drive is lucky enough to produce them.
The stored file contains a human readable TOC of tracks and
their start block addresses, followed by binary bitmap data.
By default, untested blocks are not considered bad, but rather
as intentionally unread. If you expect time_limit= or
item_limit= to abort the run, then consider to use
@ -3759,7 +3759,7 @@ The directory permissions on disk have to allow rwx.
directories are owned by the effective user who runs 'xorriso'.
This happens by temporarily granting rwx permission to the owner.
Option "sort_lba_on" may improve read performance with optical
drives. It allows to restore large numbers of hard links without
drives. It can restore large numbers of hard links without
exhausting -temp_mem_limit. It does not preserve directory mtime
and it needs -osirrox option auto_chmod_on in order to extract
directories which offer no write permission. Default is
@ -3767,7 +3767,7 @@ The directory permissions on disk have to allow rwx.
Option "o_excl_on" is the default unless the program was started
with leafname "osirrox". On GNU/Linux it tries to avoid using
drives which are mounted or in use by other libburn programs.
Option "o_excl_off" allows on GNU/Linux to access such drives.
Option "o_excl_off" on GNU/Linux enables access to such drives.
Drives which get acquired while "o_excl_off" will refuse to get
blanked, formatted, written, or ejected. But be aware that even
harmless inquiries can spoil ongoing burns of CD-R[W] and DVD-R[W].
@ -3796,10 +3796,9 @@ The directory permissions on disk have to allow rwx.
iso_rr_prefix by disk_prefix.
-extract_cut iso_rr_path byte_offset byte_count disk_path
Copy a byte interval from a data file out of an ISO image into a
newly created disk file. The main purpose for this is to allow
handling of large files if they are not supported by mount -t
iso9660 and if the reading system is unable to buffer them as a
whole.
newly created disk file. The main purpose for this is to offer a
way of handling large files if they are not supported by mount -t
iso9660 or if the target disk filesystem cannot store large files.
If the data bytes of iso_rr_path are stored in the loaded ISO
image, and no filter is applied, and byte_offset is a multiple of
2048, then a special run of -check_media is performed. It may be
@ -4171,7 +4170,7 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: Scripting, Next: Frontend, Prev: Emulation, Up: Co
Show text at beginning of output line and wait for the user to hit
the Enter key or to send a line via stdin.
-sleep seconds
Wait for the given number of seconds before perfoming the next
Wait for the given number of seconds before performing the next
command. Expect coarse granularity no better than 1/100 seconds.
-errfile_log mode path|channel
@ -4612,8 +4611,8 @@ devices:
If /dev/sdb is to be used frequently and /dev/sda is the system disk,
then consider to place the following lines in a 'xorriso' Startup File.
They allow to use /dev/sdb without prefix and protect disk /dev/sda from
'xorriso':
They allow you to use /dev/sdb without prefix and protect disk /dev/sda
from 'xorriso':
-drive_class banned /dev/sda*
-drive_class harmless /dev/sdb
@ -4889,9 +4888,9 @@ their program name pre-select certain settings:
*xorrisofs* starts 'xorriso' with -as mkisofs emulation.
*xorrecord* starts 'xorriso' with -as cdrecord emulation.
*osirrox* starts with -osirrox "on:o_excl_off" which allows to copy
files from ISO image to disk and to apply command -mount to one or more
of the existing ISO sessions.
*osirrox* starts with -osirrox "on:o_excl_off" which allows further
commands to copy files from ISO image to disk and to apply command
-mount to one or more of the existing ISO sessions.
11.2 Startup Files
==================
@ -5047,14 +5046,14 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: CommandIdx, Next: ConceptIdx, Prev: Legal, Up: Top
* -compare_l reports ISO/disk differences: Navigate. (line 144)
* -compare_r reports ISO/disk differences: Navigate. (line 140)
* -compliance controls standard compliance: SetWrite. (line 56)
* -concat copies ISO file content: Restore. (line 119)
* -concat copies ISO file content: Restore. (line 118)
* -copyright_file sets copyright file name: SetWrite. (line 223)
* -cpax copies files to disk: Restore. (line 101)
* -cpax copies files to disk: Restore. (line 100)
* -cpr inserts like with cp -r: Insert. (line 143)
* -cpx copies files to disk: Restore. (line 90)
* -cpx copies files to disk: Restore. (line 89)
* -cp_clone copies ISO directory tree: Insert. (line 175)
* -cp_rx copies file trees to disk: Restore. (line 104)
* -cp_rx copies file trees to disk <1>: Restore. (line 112)
* -cp_rx copies file trees to disk: Restore. (line 103)
* -cp_rx copies file trees to disk <1>: Restore. (line 111)
* -cut_out inserts piece of data file: Insert. (line 118)
* -data_cache_size adjusts read cache size: Loading. (line 312)
* -dev acquires one drive for input and output: AqDrive. (line 12)
@ -5135,7 +5134,7 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: CommandIdx, Next: ConceptIdx, Prev: Legal, Up: Top
* -md5 controls handling of MD5 sums: Loading. (line 173)
* -mkdir creates ISO directory: Insert. (line 156)
* -modesty_on_drive keep drive buffer hungry: SetWrite. (line 320)
* -mount issues mount command for ISO session: Restore. (line 147)
* -mount issues mount command for ISO session: Restore. (line 146)
* -mount_cmd composes mount command line: Inquiry. (line 49)
* -mount_cmd controls mount command: Inquiry. (line 64)
* -msg_op perform operations on program messages: Frontend. (line 27)
@ -5155,7 +5154,7 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: CommandIdx, Next: ConceptIdx, Prev: Legal, Up: Top
* -pacifier controls pacifier text form: Emulation. (line 166)
* -padding sets amount or mode of image padding: SetWrite. (line 394)
* -page set terminal geometry: DialogCtl. (line 18)
* -paste_in copies file into disk file: Restore. (line 115)
* -paste_in copies file into disk file: Restore. (line 114)
* -pathspecs sets meaning of = with -add: SetInsert. (line 115)
* -path_list inserts paths from disk file: Insert. (line 75)
* -pkt_output consolidates text output: Frontend. (line 7)
@ -5319,7 +5318,7 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: ConceptIdx, Prev: CommandIdx, Up: Top
* Emulation, pacifier form, -pacifier: Emulation. (line 166)
* Examples: Examples. (line 6)
* extattr, _definition: Extras. (line 66)
* File content, copy, -concat: Restore. (line 119)
* File content, copy, -concat: Restore. (line 118)
* File names, curb length, -file_name_limit: Loading. (line 237)
* File names, if neither Rock Ridge nor Joliet: Loading. (line 205)
* Filter, apply to file tree, -set_filter_r: Filter. (line 84)
@ -5474,14 +5473,14 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: ConceptIdx, Prev: CommandIdx, Up: Top
* Relocation directory, set name, -rr_reloc_dir: SetWrite. (line 144)
* Rename, in ISO image, -move: Manip. (line 31)
* Rename, in ISO image, -mv: Manip. (line 37)
* Restore, copy file into disk file, -paste_in: Restore. (line 115)
* Restore, copy file into disk file, -paste_in: Restore. (line 114)
* Restore, copy file piece to disk, -extract_cut: Restore. (line 80)
* Restore, copy file to disk, -extract_single: Restore. (line 73)
* Restore, copy file tree to disk, -extract: Restore. (line 62)
* Restore, copy file trees to disk, -cp_rx: Restore. (line 104)
* Restore, copy file trees to disk, -cp_rx <1>: Restore. (line 112)
* Restore, copy files to disk, -cpax: Restore. (line 101)
* Restore, copy files to disk, -cpx: Restore. (line 90)
* Restore, copy file trees to disk, -cp_rx: Restore. (line 103)
* Restore, copy file trees to disk, -cp_rx <1>: Restore. (line 111)
* Restore, copy files to disk, -cpax: Restore. (line 100)
* Restore, copy files to disk, -cpx: Restore. (line 89)
* Restore, copy files to disk, -extract_l: Restore. (line 76)
* Restore, enable ISO-to-disk, -osirrox: Restore. (line 18)
* Result layout, more shell-like, -sh_style_result: Scripting.
@ -5489,7 +5488,7 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: ConceptIdx, Prev: CommandIdx, Up: Top
* Rock Ridge, _definition: Extras. (line 6)
* Session, altered start address, -displacement: Loading. (line 57)
* Session, info string, -session_string: Inquiry. (line 73)
* Session, issue mount command, -mount: Restore. (line 147)
* Session, issue mount command, -mount: Restore. (line 146)
* Session, log when written, -session_log: Scripting. (line 134)
* Session, mount command line, -mount_cmd: Inquiry. (line 49)
* Session, mount parameters, -mount_opts: Inquiry. (line 64)
@ -5547,58 +5546,58 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: ConceptIdx, Prev: CommandIdx, Up: Top
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Node: Overview1369
Node: Model3404
Node: Media6317
Node: Methods9003
Node: Drives11589
Node: Extras15144
Node: Processing19620
Node: Dialog23255
Node: Commands24941
Node: ArgSort26618
Node: AqDrive28112
Node: Loading31167
Node: Insert50158
Node: SetInsert60383
Node: Manip69231
Node: CmdFind79014
Node: Filter97109
Node: Writing101732
Node: SetWrite111887
Node: Bootable134832
Node: Jigdo157368
Node: Charset161627
Node: Exception164954
Node: DialogCtl171083
Node: Inquiry173685
Node: Navigate182130
Node: Verify190425
Node: Restore200287
Node: Emulation208908
Node: Scripting219318
Node: Frontend227099
Node: Examples236734
Node: ExDevices237912
Node: ExCreate238573
Node: ExDialog239873
Node: ExGrowing241144
Node: ExModifying241953
Node: ExBootable242463
Node: ExCharset243018
Node: ExPseudo243914
Node: ExCdrecord244837
Node: ExMkisofs245157
Node: ExGrowisofs246514
Node: ExException247668
Node: ExTime248126
Node: ExIncBackup248584
Node: ExRestore252610
Node: ExRecovery253556
Node: Files254128
Node: Seealso255445
Node: Bugreport256160
Node: Legal256751
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Node: Media6310
Node: Methods8997
Node: Drives11583
Node: Extras15160
Node: Processing19628
Node: Dialog23263
Node: Commands24952
Node: ArgSort26629
Node: AqDrive28123
Node: Loading31178
Node: Insert50165
Node: SetInsert60390
Node: Manip69241
Node: CmdFind79024
Node: Filter97119
Node: Writing101741
Node: SetWrite111896
Node: Bootable134840
Node: Jigdo157365
Node: Charset161624
Node: Exception164951
Node: DialogCtl171080
Node: Inquiry173682
Node: Navigate182132
Node: Verify190427
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Node: ExDialog239883
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Node: ExPseudo243924
Node: ExCdrecord244851
Node: ExMkisofs245171
Node: ExGrowisofs246528
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Node: ExTime248140
Node: ExIncBackup248598
Node: ExRestore252624
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Node: Legal256782
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@ -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 1.4.1, Sep 16, 2015"
@c man .TH XORRISO 1 "Version 1.4.1, Sep 20, 2015"
@c man .\" Please adjust this date whenever revising the manpage.
@c man .\"
@c man .\" Some roff macros, for reference:
@ -121,7 +121,7 @@ with Rock Ridge extensions.
@c man .PP
@command{xorriso}
is a program which copies file objects from POSIX compliant
filesystems into Rock Ridge en