correctly read (or write) a region of a block device
devio is a command line program to read correctly from mtd character
(and other block) devices. devio allows access to specific regions of
the device and allows output of data from specific locations.
The primary difference between devio and other command line
utilities, such as dd and cat, is that it is not stream based - it
writes directly into the object rather than reading and writing a
stream of data.
This is devio.
devio is a command line program intended to read and write from block
This is the initial release of devio.
Basic functionality has been verified on x86 and ARM Linux (2.6)
systems. Scripts with conditional execution have not been
verified or tested.
devio - program to read and write from block devices
devio [options] files...
This manual page documents briefly the devio command.
devio is a command line program intended to read and write
from block devices.
This program follows the usual GNU
devio (1.2-1+b1) unstable; urgency=low
* Binary-only non-maintainer upload for i386; no source ch
initial Initial version
1.0 First file release, added -p option
1.1 Added xp
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