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Apr 18, 2015, 7:15:32 PM (5 years ago)
Author:
Bruno Cornec
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  • Rename mindi/parted2fdisk.pl into mindi/mr_parted2fdisk and make all adaptations required
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    33# $Id$
    44#
    5 # parted2fdisk: fdisk like interface for parted
     5# mr_parted2fdisk: fdisk like interface for parted
    66# [developed for mindi/mondo http://www.mondorescue.org]
    77#
     
    2727=head1 NAME
    2828
    29 parted2fdisk is a fdisk like command using parted internally for analysing GPT labelled disks
     29mr_parted2fdisk is a fdisk like command using parted internally for analysing GPT labelled disks
    3030
    3131=head1 DESCRIPTION
    3232
    33 parted2fdisk behaves like the fdisk command, but dialog internally with parted in order to manipulate partition tables, which allow it to support GPT partition format as well as MBR, contrary to fdisk. It aims at providing compatible external interface with fdisk. Developed initialy for ia64 Linux, it is also useful now on x86 systems using GPT partition format (for large HDDs).
     33mr_parted2fdisk behaves like the fdisk command, but dialog internally with parted in order to manipulate partition tables, which allow it to support GPT partition format as well as MBR, contrary to fdisk. It aims at providing compatible external interface with fdisk. Developed initialy for ia64 Linux, it is also useful now on x86 systems using GPT partition format (for large HDDs).
    3434
    3535=head1 SYNOPSIS
    3636
    37 parted2fdisk -s partition
    38 
    39 parted2fdisk -l [device]
    40 
    41 parted2fdisk [-n] device
     37mr_parted2fdisk -s partition
     38
     39mr_parted2fdisk -l [device]
     40
     41mr_parted2fdisk [-n] device
    4242
    4343=head1 OPTIONS
     
    102102
    103103# Log
    104 my $flog = "/var/log/parted2fdisk.log";
     104my $flog = "/var/log/mr_parted2fdisk.log";
    105105open(FLOG, "> $flog") || die "Unable to open $flog";
    106106
     
    133133my $device;
    134134my $endmax = "";
    135 my $appname = "parted2fdisk";
     135my $appname = "mr_parted2fdisk";
    136136my ($mrver,$mrrev) = mr_version_init();
    137137
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