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DKOPP(1)							  Dkopp man page							  DKOPP(1)

NAME
Dkopp - copy files to DVD or BD (Blue-ray) media SYNOPSIS
dkopp [ -job | -run ] jobfile dkopp [ -nogui ] -script scriptfile DESCRIPTION
Dkopp copies files to backup DVD or BD media. It supports full or incremental backups and full or incremental media verification. OVERVIEW
Dkopp is a menu-driven GUI (GTK) program operating in its own window. Dkopp copies files and directories specified in a job file to DVD or BD media. Dkopp can copy all files to empty media (full copy), or only new and modified files to previously used media (incremental). Files and directories to include or exclude can be selected from the file system hierarchy using a GUI navigator. Specifications are saved in a job file which can be re-edited and re-used. Script files can be run in batch mode using the -nogui option. Dkopp can be used to select and restore files previously copied, and owner and permission data is also restored. The DVD/BD media can also be accessed with file system tools like Nautilus. Dkopp supports the following functionalities: - Three backup modes: full, incremental, accumulate. - Three media verification modes: full, incremental, thorough. - Use write-once or re-writable DVD or BD media (but not CD). - Report disk:backup differences in detail or summary form. - Select and restore files from a backup copy (or use drag and drop). - Search log files to find media where specified files are saved. OPTIONS
Command line options: [ -job ] jobfile open job file for editing -run jobfile execute a job file [ -nogui ] -script scriptfile execute a script file SEE ALSO
The online user manual is available using the menu Help > contents. This manual explains Dkopp operation in great detail. Dkopp uses the batch programs grwoisofs and genisoimage. Dkopp is essentially a GUI front-end for these programs. AUTHORS
Written by Mike Cornelison <kornelix2@googlemail.com> Linux 2010-10-01 DKOPP(1)

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

NAME
mount_udf -- mount an UDF file system SYNOPSIS
mount_udf [-c] [-g gid] [-o options] [-t gmtoff] [-s session] [-u uid] special node DESCRIPTION
The mount_udf command attaches the UDF file system residing on the specified special device node on the location indicated with node. Anonymous files stored on the UDF disc will be represented and saved in the specified uid:gid pair. If unspecified, it will default to nobody:nobody. Both uid and gid can be either specified with their names as with their numerical equivalents. -c Close the session after unmount creating remountable snapshots. Closing a session also allows -ROM devices to read the disc cre- ated. Note that this option only makes sense when mounting sequential recordable media like CD-R and DVD*R. -g gid Set the group of anonymous files on the file system. The default group is the nobody group. -o options Use the specified mount options as specified in mount(8). -s session Select the session session to be mounted instead of the default last one. Implements readonly snapshots on sequential media. Positive session values indicate an absolute session number. Negative session values are relative to the last session found on the disc. Note that this option only makes sense when mounting sequential recordable media like CD-R and DVD*R. -t gmtoff Set the time zone offset (in seconds) from UTC to gmtoff, with positive values indicating east of the Prime Meridian. If not set, the user's current time zone will be used. -u uid Set the owner of anonymous files on the file system. The default owner is the user nobody. SEE ALSO
mount(2), vnd(4), fstab(5), mount(8), umount(8), vnconfig(8) NOTES
UDF is a file system defined by the OSTA standardization group and is tailored for data interchange on optical discs (like CDs and DVDs) between different operating systems. Its also more and more common on other media like Compact Flash (CF) cards. Read and write access is supported for all media types that CD/DVD type drives can recognise including DVD-RAM. BluRay support is prelimi- nary; read-only access should work fine but write support is experimental. Implemented and tested media types are CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW, CD-MRW, DVD-ROM, DVD*R, DVD*RW, DVD+MRW, DVD-RAM but the same code can also read HD-DVD and BluRay discs. Discs created and written by UDFclient, Nero's InCD, and Roxio's DirectCD/Drag2Disc can be read without problems. Both open and closed media are supported so there is no need to close discs or sessions. All current UDF versions up to version 2.60 are supported. Hard disk partitions and vnd(4) devices may also be mounted. Note when mounting a vnd(4) device it might be necessary to specify the file image sector size in the geomspec when creating the vnd(4) device or the disc sector size will be used. BUGS
Write support for UDF version 2.50 is not completely mature and UDF version 2.01 should be used if possible; this is also the default format. Due to lack of test media and recording devices, BluRay support and in particular BluRay-R is still preliminary as of writing. BSD
July 13, 2009 BSD

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