ideviceimagemounter(1) General Commands Manual ideviceimagemounter(1)NAME
ideviceimagemounter - Mount disk images on the device.
ideviceimagemounter [OPTIONS] IMAGE_FILE IMAGE_SIGNATURE_FILE
Mounts the specified disk image on the device.
OPTIONS -d, --debug
enable communication debugging.
-u, --udid UDID
target specific device by its 40-digit device UDID.
list mount information
-t, --imagetype NAME
the image type to use, default is 'Developer'
use XML output
prints usage information
the image filename to mount
corresponding signature file for image filename
Man page written to conform with Debian by Julien Lavergne.
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hdik(8) BSD System Manager's Manual hdik(8)NAME
hdik -- lightweight tool to attach and mount disk images in-kernel
hdik imagefile [options]
hdik -e device
hdik is a simple tool that can be used to attach disk images directly to the DiskImages driver. The end result is functionally similar to
passing -kernel to hdiutil(1)'s attach verb. hdik does not rely upon the presence of DiskImages or other high-level frameworks.
The DiskImages driver only supports a selection of disk image formats: UDRW, UDRO, UDZO, ULFO, SPARSE (UDSP). It also supports shadow files.
hdiutil(1)'s imageinfo verb indicates whether a particular image is kernel compatible.
hdik requires root access to perform its functions.
In the first form, an image to attach must be provided:
imagefile path to the disk image file to attach.
In its second form, hdik issues an eject command to the specified device. The argument is the full device node path (e.g. /dev/disk2). Any
volumes mounted from the device must be unmounted first, or the command will fail. See umount(8).
OPTIONS -shadow [shadowfile]
Use a shadow file in conjunction with the data in the image. This option prevents modification of the original image and allows
read-only images to be used as read/write images. When blocks are being read from the image, blocks present in the shadow file
override blocks in the base image. When blocks are being written, the writes will be redirected to the shadow file. If not
specified, -shadow defaults to <imagename>.shadow. If the shadow file does not exist, it is created.
-nomount Suppress automatic mounting of filesystems contained within the image. This will result in /dev entries being created, but will
not mount any volumes.
Specify a key/value pair for the IOHDIXHDDrive object created (shows up in the IOKit registry of devices which is viewable with
SEE ALSO hdiutil(1), diskarbitrationd(8), diskutil(8), umount(8), ioreg(8)macOS 20 Mar 2014 macOS
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