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LCAB(1)                                                       General Commands Manual                                                      LCAB(1)

lcab - create cabinet (.cab) archives SYNOPSIS
Create the cabinet file CABFILE from the SOURCE files. SOURCE files can also be directories when the -r option is specified. OPTIONS
-r loop recursively through directories -n create files without pathnames -q be quiet! AUTHOR
Written by Rien <>. This manual page was written by Shaun Jackman <> for the Debian GNU/Linux system. SEE ALSO
cabextract(1) extract files from Microsoft cabinet (.cab) archives lcab 1.0b8 August 2003 LCAB(1)

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pocketpc-cab - build an installable Pocket PC cabinet file SYNOPSIS
Read the INPUTFILE, which is a list of filenames and destination directories, and create CABINET, a cabinet file, that will install those files into the specified directories. OPTIONS
-p, --provider=PROVIDER set the provider name -a, --application=APPLICATION set the application name -s, --source=SOURCE set the source directory -d, --dest=DEST set the destination directory -v, --verbose display verbose output --help display a brief help message --man display the full documentation EXAMPLES
$ cat > foobar.files <<EOF foobar.exe /bin foobar.dll /windows EOF $ pocketpc-cab -p Fooware -a FooBar foobar.files AUTHOR
Written by Shaun Jackman. REPORTING BUGS
Report bugs to Shaun Jackman <> COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2006 Shaun Jackman This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICU- LAR PURPOSE. SEE ALSO
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