cpio.h man page
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cpio.h — cpio archive values
The <cpio.h> header shall define the symbolic constants needed by the c_mode field of the cpio archive format, with the names and values given in the following table:
|C_IRUSR||Read by owner.||0000400|
|C_IWUSR||Write by owner.||0000200|
|C_IXUSR||Execute by owner.||0000100|
|C_IRGRP||Read by group.||0000040|
|C_IWGRP||Write by group.||0000020|
|C_IXGRP||Execute by group.||0000010|
|C_IROTH||Read by others.||0000004|
|C_IWOTH||Write by others.||0000002|
|C_IXOTH||Execute by others.||0000001|
|C_ISUID||Set user ID.||0004000|
|C_ISGID||Set group ID.||0002000|
|C_ISVTX||On directories, restricted deletion flag.||0001000|
The <cpio.h> header shall define the following symbolic constant as a string:
The following sections are informative.
The Shell and Utilities volume of POSIX.1-2008, pax
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