pktsetup man page

pktsetup — set up and tear down packet device associations

Synopsis

pktsetup packet_device block_device
pktsetup -d packet_device
pktsetup -s

Description

Pktsetup is used to associate packet devices with CD or DVD block devices, so that the packet device can then be mounted and potentially used as a read/write filesystem. This requires kernel support for the packet device, and the UDF filesystem.

See: HOWTO.udf (in the udftools documents directory)

Exit Status

Pktsetup returns 0 on success, nonzero on failure.

Options

-d packet-device
Delete the association between the specified packet-device and its block device.
-s
Show the current device mapping, one device per line, in the format
name : pktdevid -> blkdevid
(e.g. "0 : 253:0 -> 22:0")

Example

The following commands provide an example of using the packet device.

    cdrwtool -d /dev/sr0 -q
    pktsetup 0 /dev/sr0

mount -t udf /dev/pktcdvd0 /mnt
 ...
umount /dev/pktcdvd0
pktsetup -d 0

Files

/dev/pktcdvd0,/dev/pktcdvd1,...  CD/DVD packet devices

Author

Jens Axboe <axboe@suse.de>
Some additions by Richard Atterer <atterer@debian.org>

Availability

pktsetup is part of the udftools package and is available from https://github.com/pali/udftools/.

See Also

cdrwtool(1)

Referenced By

cdrwtool(1), wrudf(1).

udftools System Management Commands