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RDF2BIN(1) Debian Manual RDF2BIN(1)
rdf2bin, rdf2com - convert an RDOFF object file to flat binary
rdf2bin [-o relocation-origin] [-p segment-alignment] [-f format] input-file output-file
rdf2com [-p segment-alignment] input-file output-file
rdf2ith [-o relocation-origin] [-p segment-alignment] input-file output-file
rdf2srec [-o relocation-origin] [-p segment-alignment] input-file output-file
Relocate at origin relocation-origin. If invoked as rdf2com, the default relocation origin will be 0x100. Else, the default origin
Pad segments until their size is a multiple of segment-alignment. By default, 16 is used.
Specify the output format. The currently supported formats are binary (bin), DOS COM (binary with origin 0x100) (com) Intel hex
(ith or ihx), and Motorola S-Records (srec). If not specified, the format is set by the command name.
Julian Hall <firstname.lastname@example.org>, H. Peter Anvin <email@example.com>.
This manual page was written by Matej Vela <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This utility currently only supports the classic segments .text, .data and .bss.
Debian Project September 6, 1999 RDF2BIN(1)