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Thu, 14 Nov 2013
[ 23:39 delphij ] Original commit   Revision:333809
333809 sysutils/ddpt/Makefile
333809 sysutils/ddpt/distinfo
333809 sysutils/ddpt/pkg-plist
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[ 22:18 delphij ] Original commit   Revision:319927
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319927 sysutils/ddpt
319927 sysutils/ddpt/Makefile
319927 sysutils/ddpt/distinfo
319927 sysutils/ddpt/pkg-descr
319927 sysutils/ddpt/pkg-plist
The ddpt utility is a variant of the standard Unix command dd which
copies files. The ddpt utility specializes in files that are block
devices. For block devices that understand the SCSI command set,
finer grain control over the copy may be available via a SCSI
pass-through interface.

Website: http://sg.danny.cz/sg/ddpt.html

Number of commits found: 2

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