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ISO-READ(1)				  User Commands 			      ISO-READ(1)

NAME
       iso-read - reads portions of an ISO 9660 image

SYNOPSIS
       iso-read [OPTION...]

DESCRIPTION
       -d, --debug=INT
	      Set debugging to LEVEL.

       -i, --image=FILE
	      Read from ISO-9660 image. This option is mandatory

       -e, --extract=FILE
	      Extract FILE from ISO-9660 image. This option is mandatory.

       -k, --ignore
	      Ignore read error(s), i.e. keep going

       --no-header
	      Don't display header and copyright (for regression testing)

       -o, --output-file=FILE
	      Output file. This option is mandatory.

       -U  --udf
	      Contents are in UDF format

       -V, --version
	      display version and copyright information and exit

   Help options:
       -?, --help
	      Show this help message

       --usage
	      Display brief usage message

AUTHOR
       Rocky Bernstein <rocky@gnu.org>

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 2003-2005, 2007-2008, 2011-2013 R. Bernstein
       This  is  free software; see the source for copying conditions.	There is NO warranty; not
       even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A  PARTICULAR  PURPOSE.	 Have  driver:	GNU/Linux
       ioctl and MMC driver Have driver: cdrdao (TOC) disk image driver Have driver: bin/cuesheet
       disk image driver Have driver: Nero NRG disk image driver Default CD-ROM device: /dev/sr0

SEE ALSO
       iso-info(1) for information about an ISO-9660 image.  cd-read(1) to read  portions  of  an
       ISO 9660 image.

iso-read				  December 2013 			      ISO-READ(1)
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