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cdck(1) 						User Contributed Perl Documentation						   cdck(1)

cdck - simple CD/DVD check program SYNOPSIS
cdck [-d /dev/devname] [-i] [-t] [-v] [-p] [-o plot-file.dat] DESCRIPTION
-d CD/DVD device name, default is /dev/cdrom -i Print CD/DVD information and quit, perform no timings (default mode) -t Perform timing test -p Save data for gnuplot(1) program -o specify plot file, ./cdck-plot.dat is the default -V Print version -v Verbose operations To actually plot your data you have to start gnuplot and plot the datafile: $ gnuplot gnuplot> plot "cdck-plot.dat" COPYRIGHT
This manpage was written by gregor herrmann <> for the Debian project but may be used by others. perl v5.12.4 2011-11-08 cdck(1)

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Report bugs to <> COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 1996-2009, 2011-2012 Dimitar Ivanov License: GNU GPL version 3 or later <> This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law. muplot 3.2.1 February 2012 MUPLOT(1)
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