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OD(1)							      General Commands Manual							     OD(1)

od - octal dump SYNOPSIS
od [-bcdhox] [file] [ [+] offset [.][b] ] OPTIONS
-b Dump bytes in octal -c Dump bytes as ASCII characters -d Dump words in decimal -h Print addresses in hex (default is octal) -o Dump words in octal (default) -v Verbose (list duplicate lines) -x Dump words in hex EXAMPLES
od -ox file # Dump file in octal and hex od -d file +1000 # Dump file starting at byte 01000 od -c file +10.b # Dump file starting at block 10 DESCRIPTION
Od dumps a file in one or more formats. If file is missing, stdin is dumped. The offset argument tells od to skip a certain number of bytes or blocks before starting. The offset is in octal bytes, unless it is followed by a '.' for decimal or b for blocks or both. OD(1)

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LSDVD(1)																  LSDVD(1)

lsdvd - read the content info of a DVD SYNOPSIS
lsdvd [ options ] [-t track_number] [dvd path] DESCRIPTION
An application for reading the contents of a DVD and printing the contents to your terminal and dump for further processing in external applications. OPTIONS FOR EXTRA INFORMATION
-a Dump information about audio streams. -d Dump information about cells. -n Dump information about angles (video layers). -c Dump chapter information. -s Dump subpicture information (e.g. subtitles). -P Dump palette information. -v Dump video information. -x Dump all information. FORMATTING OPTIONS
-Oh Dump output human readable (default setting). -Op Dump output as a Perl hash. (Using -p is deprecated). -Oy Dump output as Python. -Or Dump output in Ruby format. -Ox Dump output in XML. OTHER OPTIONS
-h Display help. -q Quiet output - do not summarize output. -V Display version information. LICENSE
lsdvd is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; version 2 of the License. AUTHORS
lsdvd was written by Chris Philips. <> This manual page was written by Moritz Muehlenhoff <> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). 27 August 2005 LSDVD(1)
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