cdsuf - read the System Use Fields from a System Use Area
cdsuf [-s number] [-b] file
The following options are available:
Specifies the File Section for the System Use Area to be read. The
numbering starts with one. If this option is omitted the last File Sec-
tion of that file is assumed.
-b Copies all of the System Use Fields of the System Use Area from the
CD-ROM to standard output in binary format.
The name of any file or directory within the CD-ROM file hierarchy.
This command is used to access the System Use Fields of the System Use Area
associated with a File Section of a file or directory on a Rock Ridge for-
matted CD-ROM and to list its contents on standard output, following any
Continuation Fields that may be present.
The output is formatted in the form of a table that contains an entry for
each System Use Field in the System Use Area as recorded on the CD-ROM.
Each table entry has the fields Signature, Length, Version, and Data as
specified in the System Use Sharing Protocol. If the -b option is used, the
contents of the full System Use Area are written to standard output in
binary format as it is recorded on the CD-ROM.
The user must have read permission for file to execute the command success-
The following exit values are returned:
0 Successful completion.
1 File not found, file is not a file or directory within a CD-ROM file
hierarchy, or access denied.
2 File Section indicated by -s does not exist.
3 File Section indicated by -s has no System Use Area.