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stl_comp(4)						     Kernel Interfaces Manual						       stl_comp(4)

NAME
stl_comp - setld subset compression flag files DESCRIPTION
Each software subset that is distributed for the setld(8) command can have an associated compression flag file. This optional empty file is created by the kits(1) utility for a product kit if the COMPRESS attribute is set in the product's key file. The compression flag file's name consists of the subset name with the string .comp for a suffix. The presence of a compression flag file for a given product indicates to the setld utility that the subsets were compressed by kits when the product kit was created. RELATED INFORMATION
Commands: kits(1), setld(8) Files: stl_key(4) Documents: Guide to Preparing Product Kits delim off stl_comp(4)

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stl_image(4)						     Kernel Interfaces Manual						      stl_image(4)

NAME
stl_image - Software subset image data files DESCRIPTION
Each software product that is distributed as subsets for the setld(8) command has an associated image data file. This image data file is created by the kits(1) utility. The image data file's name consists of the product's unique 3-letter name with the string .image for a suffix. The image data file contains one record for each subset in the kit. Each record contains three fields separated by white space: Checksum The modulo-65536 checksum of the subset file (after compression, if the file is compressed) Size The size of the subset file in kilobytes (after compression, if the file is compressed) Subset name The product code, subset mnemonic, and version number EXAMPLES
The following example illustrates OAT.image, the image data file for a hypothetical kit: 15923 70 OATDCB100 24305 400 OATDCBDOC100 RELATED INFORMATION
Commands: gendisk(1), gentapes(1), kits(1), setld(8) Documents: Guide to Preparing Product Kits delim off stl_image(4)
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