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hdik(8) 						    BSD System Manager's Manual 						   hdik(8)

hdik -- lightweight tool to attach and mount disk images in-kernel SYNOPSIS
hdik imagefile [options] DESCRIPTION
hdik is a lightweight tool that can be used to attach disk images in-kernel (i.e. without a user-land process to provide the backing store). Only a subset of disk images can be mounted in this manner including read/write disk images, UDIF disk images that use zlib compression, shadowed disk images, and sparse disk images. hdik is intended for use in situations where linking against the DiskImages framework is problematic or an extremely lightweight mechanism for attaching a disk image is needed. You can specify that the image should not be processed by Disk Arbitration by specifying the -nomount option. You can also specify that the image be mounted with a shadow file by using the -shadow option. The following argument must be specified: imagefile the disk image to be mounted. OPTIONS
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hdiutil(1), diskarbitrationd(8), diskutil(8), ioreg(8) Mac OS X 29 Apr 2003 Mac OS X

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