synce-registry man page

synce-registry — read or modify the registry on a PDA

Synopsis

synce-registry [-d LEVEL] [-p DEVNAME] [-h]
[-r] PARENTKEY KEY VALUE
-w [-t TYPE] PARENTKEY KEY VALUE NEWVALUE
-l PARENTKEY KEY
-n PARENTKEY NEWKEY
-x PARENTKEY KEY VALUE (not supported)
-X PARENTKEY KEY (not supported)

Description

synce-registry manipulates the registry on a device connected through SynCE. It can read and write values, add new keys and values, and list the values of a key.

Forward slashes ('/') in key names specified on the command line are converted to backward slashes ('\').

This tool must be run as the same user as the dccmd daemon.

Options

-d LEVEL

Set debug log level:

0 - No logging (default)

1 - Errors only

2 - Errors and warnings

3 - Everything

-p DEVNAME
Use the device with the given name, instead of the default.
-h
Display help message.
[-r] PARENTKEY KEY VALUE
Read a value. This is the default.
-w [-t TYPE] PARENTKEY KEY VALUE NEWVALUE

Write a value. If TYPE is supplied, that type of value will be written; otherwise a string. The following options are valid for TYPE:

sz - String

dword - Double-word (4 bytes)

dword_bige - Double word (4 bytes), big-endian

expand_sz - String with path expansion

multi_sz - Multiple strings (not supported)

binary - Binary data (not supported)

-l PARENTKEY KEY
List the names of values and subkeys in the given KEY.
-n PARENTKEY KEY
Create a new key.
-x PARENTKEY KEY VALUE
Delete the given VALUE from the given KEY. (not implemented)
-X PARENTKEY KEY
Delete the given KEY. (not implemented)
PARENTKEY
The top-level key (sometimes called the hive). The only valid options are HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT (abbreviated HKCR), HKEY_CURRENT_USER (HKCU), HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE (HKLM), and HKEY_USERS (HKU).
KEY
The key to operate on. A key can contain zero or more values and subkeys.
VALUE
The value to operate on.
NEWVALUE
The new value to set VALUE to in a write operation.

Author

David Eriksson <twogood@users.sourceforge.net>, Scott Gifford <gifford@umich.edu>.

See Also

synce(1) pstatus(1)

Info

March 2006 The SynCE project http://synce.sourceforge.net/