Generator Commands Part 3
From GEAR Software Knowledgebase
MKDIR [-m (mode)] [-u (uid)] [-g (gid)]
Parameters: Name of a new directory to create. [-m ] The access mode. [-u ] The user id. [-g ] The group id.
Description: Creates a new directory in the selected track of the current GEAR volume.
MKNOD [-m (mode)] [-u (uid)] [-g (gid)] p
MKNOD [-m (mode)] [-u (uid)] [-g (gid)] (b / c)
Parameters: The file to which a pipe is attached or the special block [-m (mode)] The access mode. [-u (uid)] The user id. [-g (gid)] The group id. [p / b / c] Creates a named pipe (p), character (c) or block (b) special file. Creates a character (c) or block (b) special file with major number set to Creates a character (c) or block (b) special file with minor number set to
Description: Creates a new named pipe, or a character(c) or block(b) device special file in the currently selected GEAR track image.
Parameters: File or directory name in the virtual volume. New file or directory name.
Description: Moves (renames) a directory or file in the virtual image to the desired name, relative to the current directory.
Parameters: Name of a new directory to create.
Description: Creates a new directory in the selected track of the current volume.
NEWTRK [-f / -v] [-o] [-offline] [(track_nr)]
Parameters: [-f] The -f option forces the track to be used for incremental writing with fixed packets. [-v] The -v option forces the track to be used for incremental writing with variable packets. [-o] Can be used in combination with fixed packet writing to force new creation (overwrite) of theexisting FPW structure (UDF directory structure) on the disc.[-css] Enable CSS protection on DVD Video disks. [-offline] Use offline formatting - this will arrange the layout of the media to have the directory structuresfirst followed bye the files. Type of the virtual track to create. Track number for the new track to create in the volume.
Description: Creates a new empty virtual track of the specified type in the selected GEAR volume.
NEWTRKEXT [SES:(session_nr)] [N:(track_nr)] [S:(sector_size)] [+P/-P:(pause)] [IDX:(index):(size)] [+POST/-POST:(postgap_size)] [DVD:OTP:(layer_break) or DVD:PTP:(layer_break)] [O:(offset)] [L:(length)] [ISRC:(isrc_code)]
Parameters: A full path specification of an existing physical track image file on your computer. The type of track to create. Session number to which the new track belongs. Track number for the new track to create in the volume. The sector size (bytes per CD sector) of the track image file. DVD:OTP: or DVD:PTP:The layer break for a DVD-9 image. +P/-P:, IDX:: The size of the pause/pregap (index 0) and of other indexes within the track in sectors/frames. +POST/-POST: Indicates whether a postgap is included in the image. L: The length in frames of the track (within an image file). The default value is the complete filelength. O: The offset in frames where the track should start within an image file. ISRC: The ISRC code of the track.
Description: Creates a new track with the given external track image file as 'physical track image' in the selected volume.
Parameters: The name of the volume to be created. TIndicates the length in minutes of the CD/DVD image.
Description: Creates a new empty virtual GEAR volume with the name and capacity in minutes or sectors you specify.
Parameters: The name of an existing GEAR volume to be opened (selected).
Description: Opens (selects) an existing GEAR volume.