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# Czech translation for util-linux-man
# This file is distributed under the same license as the util-linux package.
# Copyright © of this file:
# Luděk Brukner <Ludek.Brukner@barco.com>, 2001.
# Ondřej Pavlíček <mox@post.cz>, 2001.
# Petr Kolář <Petr.Kolar@vslib.cz>, 2001.
# Pavel Heimlich <tropikhajma@gmail.com>, 2009.
# Petr Písař <petr.pisar@atlas.cz>, 2022.
msgid ""
msgstr ""
"Project-Id-Version: util-linux-man 2.38-rc4\n"
"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: util-linux@vger.kernel.org\n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2022-03-16 17:43+0100\n"
"PO-Revision-Date: 2022-03-19 16:33+01:00\n"
"Last-Translator: Petr Písař <petr.pisar@atlas.cz>\n"
"Language-Team: Czech <translation-team-cs@lists.sourceforge.net>\n"
"Language: cs\n"
"MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
"Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8\n"
"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"
"X-Bugs: Report translation errors to the Language-Team address.\n"
"Plural-Forms: nplurals=3; plural=(n==1) ? 0 : (n>=2 && n<=4) ? 1 : 2;\n"
#. type: Title ==
#: ../man-common/bugreports.adoc:1
#, no-wrap
msgid "REPORTING BUGS"
msgstr "HLÁŠENÍ CHYB"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../man-common/bugreports.adoc:3
msgid "For bug reports, use the issue tracker at https://github.com/util-linux/util-linux/issues."
msgstr "Pro hlášení chyb (anglicky) použijte systém pro sledování problémů na https://github.com/util-linux/util-linux/issues."
#. type: Title ==
#: ../man-common/colors.adoc:1
#, no-wrap
msgid "COLORS"
msgstr "BARVY"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../man-common/colors.adoc:5
msgid "The output colorization is implemented by *terminal-colors.d*(5) functionality. Implicit coloring can be disabled by an empty file"
msgstr "Obarvení výstupu je zařízeno pomocí funkcionality v *terminal-colors.d*(5). Výchozí obarvení lze vypnout pomocí prázdného souboru"
#. type: delimited block _
#: ../man-common/colors.adoc:7
msgid "_/etc/terminal-colors.d/{command}.disable_"
msgstr "_/etc/terminal-colors.d/{command}.disable_"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../man-common/colors.adoc:9
msgid "for the *{command}* command or for all tools by"
msgstr "pro příkaz *{command}* nebo pro všechny nástroje z"
#. type: delimited block _
#: ../man-common/colors.adoc:11
msgid "_/etc/terminal-colors.d/disable_"
msgstr "_/etc/terminal-colors.d/disable_"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../man-common/colors.adoc:14 ../lib/terminal-colors.d.5.adoc:47
msgid "The user-specific _$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/terminal-colors.d_ or _$HOME/.config/terminal-colors.d_ overrides the global setting."
msgstr "Globální nastavení lze přebít uživatelským nastavením v _$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/terminal-colors.d_ a _$HOME/.config/terminal-colors.d_."
#. type: Plain text
#: ../man-common/colors.adoc:17
msgid "Note that the output colorization may be enabled by default, and in this case _terminal-colors.d_ directories do not have to exist yet."
msgstr "Pamatujte, že obarvení výstupu může být standardně zapnuto a v takovém případě adresáře _terminal-colors.d_ nemusí ještě existovat."
#. type: Title ==
#: ../man-common/footer-config.adoc:1 ../man-common/footer-lib.adoc:1
#: ../man-common/footer.adoc:1 ../login-utils/vipw.8.adoc:79
#, no-wrap
msgid "AVAILABILITY"
msgstr "TIRÁŽ"
#. TRANSLATORS: Keep *{configfile}* untranslated, it will be replaced with the name of the configuration file.
#. type: Plain text
#: ../man-common/footer-config.adoc:4
#, no-wrap
msgid "*{configfile}* is part of the util-linux package which can be downloaded from https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/util-linux/[Linux Kernel Archive].\n"
msgstr "*{configfile}* je součástí balíku util-linux, který lze stáhnout z https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/util-linux/[archivu jádra Linuxu].\n"
#. TRANSLATORS: Keep *{lib}* and {firstversion} untranslated, will be replaced with the library name and the version of util-linux where the library appeared for the first time.
#. type: Plain text
#: ../man-common/footer-lib.adoc:4
msgid "The *{lib}* library is part of the util-linux package since version {firstversion}. It can be downloaded from https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/util-linux/[Linux Kernel Archive]."
msgstr "Knihovna *{lib}* je součástí balíku util-linux od verze {firstversion}. Stáhnout jej lze z https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/util-linux/[archivu jádra Linuxu]."
#. TRANSLATORS: Keep *{command}* untranslated, it will be replaced with the command name.
#. type: Plain text
#: ../man-common/footer.adoc:4
msgid "The *{command}* command is part of the util-linux package which can be downloaded from https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/util-linux/[Linux Kernel Archive]."
msgstr "Příkaz *{command}* je součástí balíku util-linux, který lze stáhnout z https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/util-linux/[archivu jádra Linuxu]."
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../man-common/help-version.adoc:1 ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:216
#: ../sys-utils/setsid.1.adoc:37
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-h*, *--help*"
msgstr "*-h*, *--help*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../man-common/help-version.adoc:3 ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:114
#: ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:218 ../sys-utils/rfkill.8.adoc:48
#: ../sys-utils/setsid.1.adoc:39
msgid "Display help text and exit."
msgstr "Zobrazí text nápovědy a skončí."
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../man-common/help-version.adoc:4 ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:100
#: ../sys-utils/setsid.1.adoc:34
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-V*, *--version*"
msgstr "*-V*, *--version*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../man-common/help-version.adoc:5
msgid "Print version and exit."
msgstr "Zobrazí verzi a skončí."
#. type: Plain text
#: ../man-common/in-bytes.adoc:2
msgid "Print the sizes in bytes rather than in a human-readable format."
msgstr "Zobrazí velikosti v bajtech namísto v podobě srozumitelnější lidem."
#. type: Plain text
#: ../man-common/in-bytes.adoc:7
msgid "By default, the unit, sizes are expressed in, is byte, and unit prefixes are in power of 2^10 (1024). Abbreviations of symbols are exhibited truncated in order to reach a better readability, by exhibiting alone the first letter of them; examples: \"1 KiB\" and \"1 MiB\" are respectively exhibited as \"1 K\" and \"1 M\", then omitting on purpose the mention \"iB\", which is part of these abbreviations."
msgstr "Standardně jednotka, v nichž jsou velikosti vyjádřeny, je bajt, a předpony jednotek jsou v mocninách 2^10 (1024). Zkratky symbolů jsou kvůli lepší srozumitelnosti zkráceny na první písmeno. Například: „1KiB“ a „1MiB“ jsou zobrazeny jako „1K“ a „1M“, přičemž koncovka „iB“, která je součástí těchto zkratek, je záměrně vynechána."
#. type: Title ==
#: ../man-common/translation.adoc:1
#, no-wrap
msgid "TRANSLATION"
msgstr "PŘEKLAD"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../man-common/translation.adoc:6
msgid "For the authors of this translation, see the header of the corresponding *.po file at GNU TP: http://translationproject.org/domain/util-linux-man.html"
msgstr "Autory tohoto překladu lze zjistit nahlédnutím do hlavičky odpovídajícího souboru *.po na GNU TP: http://translationproject.org/domain/util-linux-man.html"
#. TRANSLATORS: Please replace %1 with the address of the mailing list of your
#. translation team.
#. type: Plain text
#: ../man-common/translation.adoc:12
msgid "Report man page translation bugs to: <%1>"
msgstr "Chyby v překladu manuálové stránky hlaste (česky) na: <translation-team-cs@lists.sourceforge.net>"
#. addpart.8 -- man page for addpart
#. Copyright 2007 Karel Zak <kzak@redhat.com>
#. Copyright 2007 Red Hat, Inc.
#. May be distributed under the GNU General Public License
#. type: Title =
#: ../disk-utils/addpart.8.adoc:8
#, no-wrap
msgid "addpart(8)"
msgstr ""
#. type: Attribute :man manual:
#: ../disk-utils/addpart.8.adoc:10 ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:10
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:18 ../disk-utils/delpart.8.adoc:10
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:8 ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:11
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:8 ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:4
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:8 ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:4
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:4 ../disk-utils/mkfs.bfs.8.adoc:8
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.cramfs.8.adoc:4 ../disk-utils/mkfs.minix.8.adoc:11
#: ../disk-utils/mkswap.8.adoc:8 ../disk-utils/partx.8.adoc:11
#: ../disk-utils/raw.8.adoc:4 ../disk-utils/resizepart.8.adoc:10
#: ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:17 ../disk-utils/swaplabel.8.adoc:8
#: ../login-utils/nologin.8.adoc:4 ../login-utils/sulogin.8.adoc:22
#: ../login-utils/vipw.8.adoc:38 ../misc-utils/blkid.8.adoc:6
#: ../misc-utils/findfs.8.adoc:6 ../misc-utils/findmnt.8.adoc:4
#: ../misc-utils/lsblk.8.adoc:4 ../misc-utils/lslocks.8.adoc:14
#: ../misc-utils/uuidd.8.adoc:8 ../misc-utils/wipefs.8.adoc:6
#: ../sys-utils/blkdiscard.8.adoc:4 ../sys-utils/blkzone.8.adoc:4
#: ../sys-utils/chcpu.8.adoc:4 ../sys-utils/chmem.8.adoc:4
#: ../sys-utils/ctrlaltdel.8.adoc:8 ../sys-utils/fsfreeze.8.adoc:4
#: ../sys-utils/fstrim.8.adoc:4 ../sys-utils/hwclock.8.adoc:11
#: ../sys-utils/ldattach.8.adoc:8 ../sys-utils/losetup.8.adoc:4
#: ../sys-utils/lsns.8.adoc:9 ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:34
#: ../sys-utils/pivot_root.8.adoc:4 ../sys-utils/readprofile.8.adoc:4
#: ../sys-utils/rfkill.8.adoc:4 ../sys-utils/rtcwake.8.adoc:4
#: ../sys-utils/setarch.8.adoc:4 ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:4
#: ../sys-utils/switch_root.8.adoc:4 ../sys-utils/tunelp.8.adoc:4
#: ../sys-utils/umount.8.adoc:29 ../sys-utils/wdctl.8.adoc:4
#: ../sys-utils/zramctl.8.adoc:4 ../term-utils/agetty.8.adoc:4
#, no-wrap
msgid "System Administration"
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ==
#: ../disk-utils/addpart.8.adoc:15 ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:15
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:23 ../disk-utils/delpart.8.adoc:15
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:13 ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:17
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:13 ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:9
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:13 ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:9
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:9 ../disk-utils/mkfs.bfs.8.adoc:13
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.cramfs.8.adoc:9 ../disk-utils/mkfs.minix.8.adoc:16
#: ../disk-utils/mkswap.8.adoc:13 ../disk-utils/partx.8.adoc:16
#: ../disk-utils/raw.8.adoc:9 ../disk-utils/resizepart.8.adoc:15
#: ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:24 ../disk-utils/swaplabel.8.adoc:13
#: ../lib/terminal-colors.d.5.adoc:17 ../libblkid/libblkid.3.adoc:16
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid.3.adoc:41 ../libuuid/man/uuid_clear.3.adoc:41
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid_compare.3.adoc:41 ../libuuid/man/uuid_copy.3.adoc:41
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid_generate.3.adoc:43
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid_is_null.3.adoc:41 ../libuuid/man/uuid_parse.3.adoc:41
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid_time.3.adoc:41 ../libuuid/man/uuid_unparse.3.adoc:41
#: ../login-utils/chfn.1.adoc:17 ../login-utils/chsh.1.adoc:17
#: ../login-utils/last.1.adoc:26 ../login-utils/login.1.adoc:13
#: ../login-utils/lslogins.1.adoc:11 ../login-utils/newgrp.1.adoc:11
#: ../login-utils/nologin.8.adoc:9 ../login-utils/runuser.1.adoc:9
#: ../login-utils/su.1.adoc:10 ../login-utils/sulogin.8.adoc:28
#: ../login-utils/utmpdump.1.adoc:26 ../login-utils/vipw.8.adoc:43
#: ../misc-utils/blkid.8.adoc:12 ../misc-utils/cal.1.adoc:47
#: ../misc-utils/fincore.1.adoc:15 ../misc-utils/findfs.8.adoc:11
#: ../misc-utils/findmnt.8.adoc:10 ../misc-utils/getopt.1.adoc:10
#: ../misc-utils/hardlink.1.adoc:15 ../misc-utils/kill.1.adoc:14
#: ../misc-utils/logger.1.adoc:43 ../misc-utils/look.1.adoc:43
#: ../misc-utils/lsblk.8.adoc:9 ../misc-utils/lsfd.1.adoc:15
#: ../misc-utils/lslocks.8.adoc:20 ../misc-utils/mcookie.1.adoc:11
#: ../misc-utils/namei.1.adoc:9 ../misc-utils/rename.1.adoc:11
#: ../misc-utils/uuidd.8.adoc:13 ../misc-utils/uuidgen.1.adoc:13
#: ../misc-utils/uuidparse.1.adoc:11 ../misc-utils/whereis.1.adoc:43
#: ../misc-utils/wipefs.8.adoc:11 ../schedutils/chrt.1.adoc:34
#: ../schedutils/ionice.1.adoc:10 ../schedutils/taskset.1.adoc:33
#: ../schedutils/uclampset.1.adoc:34 ../sys-utils/adjtime_config.5.adoc:9
#: ../sys-utils/blkdiscard.8.adoc:9 ../sys-utils/blkzone.8.adoc:9
#: ../sys-utils/chcpu.8.adoc:9 ../sys-utils/chmem.8.adoc:9
#: ../sys-utils/choom.1.adoc:9 ../sys-utils/ctrlaltdel.8.adoc:13
#: ../sys-utils/dmesg.1.adoc:13 ../sys-utils/eject.1.adoc:17
#: ../sys-utils/fallocate.1.adoc:9 ../sys-utils/flock.1.adoc:34
#: ../sys-utils/fsfreeze.8.adoc:9 ../sys-utils/fstab.5.adoc:43
#: ../sys-utils/fstrim.8.adoc:9 ../sys-utils/hwclock.8.adoc:17
#: ../sys-utils/ipcmk.1.adoc:13 ../sys-utils/ipcrm.1.adoc:14
#: ../sys-utils/ipcs.1.adoc:13 ../sys-utils/irqtop.1.adoc:9
#: ../sys-utils/ldattach.8.adoc:13 ../sys-utils/losetup.8.adoc:9
#: ../sys-utils/lscpu.1.adoc:9 ../sys-utils/lsipc.1.adoc:9
#: ../sys-utils/lsirq.1.adoc:9 ../sys-utils/lsmem.1.adoc:9
#: ../sys-utils/lsns.8.adoc:14 ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:40
#: ../sys-utils/mountpoint.1.adoc:9 ../sys-utils/nsenter.1.adoc:9
#: ../sys-utils/pivot_root.8.adoc:9 ../sys-utils/prlimit.1.adoc:15
#: ../sys-utils/readprofile.8.adoc:9 ../sys-utils/renice.1.adoc:43
#: ../sys-utils/rfkill.8.adoc:9 ../sys-utils/rtcwake.8.adoc:9
#: ../sys-utils/setarch.8.adoc:9 ../sys-utils/setpriv.1.adoc:9
#: ../sys-utils/setsid.1.adoc:11 ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:9
#: ../sys-utils/switch_root.8.adoc:9 ../sys-utils/tunelp.8.adoc:9
#: ../sys-utils/umount.8.adoc:34 ../sys-utils/unshare.1.adoc:9
#: ../sys-utils/wdctl.8.adoc:9 ../sys-utils/zramctl.8.adoc:9
#: ../term-utils/agetty.8.adoc:9 ../term-utils/mesg.1.adoc:43
#: ../term-utils/script.1.adoc:44 ../term-utils/scriptlive.1.adoc:10
#: ../term-utils/scriptreplay.1.adoc:10 ../term-utils/setterm.1.adoc:16
#: ../term-utils/wall.1.adoc:44 ../term-utils/write.1.adoc:46
#: ../text-utils/col.1.adoc:46 ../text-utils/colcrt.1.adoc:44
#: ../text-utils/colrm.1.adoc:43 ../text-utils/column.1.adoc:43
#: ../text-utils/hexdump.1.adoc:45 ../text-utils/line.1.adoc:10
#: ../text-utils/more.1.adoc:46 ../text-utils/pg.1.adoc:10
#: ../text-utils/rev.1.adoc:43 ../text-utils/ul.1.adoc:43
#, no-wrap
msgid "NAME"
msgstr "JMÉNO"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/addpart.8.adoc:18
msgid "addpart - tell the kernel about the existence of a partition"
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ==
#: ../disk-utils/addpart.8.adoc:19 ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:19
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:27 ../disk-utils/delpart.8.adoc:19
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:17 ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:21
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:17 ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:13
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:17 ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:13
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:13 ../disk-utils/mkfs.bfs.8.adoc:17
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.cramfs.8.adoc:13 ../disk-utils/mkfs.minix.8.adoc:20
#: ../disk-utils/mkswap.8.adoc:17 ../disk-utils/partx.8.adoc:20
#: ../disk-utils/raw.8.adoc:13 ../disk-utils/resizepart.8.adoc:19
#: ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:28 ../disk-utils/swaplabel.8.adoc:17
#: ../lib/terminal-colors.d.5.adoc:21 ../libblkid/libblkid.3.adoc:20
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid.3.adoc:45 ../libuuid/man/uuid_clear.3.adoc:45
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid_compare.3.adoc:45 ../libuuid/man/uuid_copy.3.adoc:45
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid_generate.3.adoc:47
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid_is_null.3.adoc:45 ../libuuid/man/uuid_parse.3.adoc:45
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid_time.3.adoc:45 ../libuuid/man/uuid_unparse.3.adoc:45
#: ../login-utils/chfn.1.adoc:21 ../login-utils/chsh.1.adoc:21
#: ../login-utils/last.1.adoc:30 ../login-utils/login.1.adoc:17
#: ../login-utils/lslogins.1.adoc:15 ../login-utils/newgrp.1.adoc:15
#: ../login-utils/nologin.8.adoc:13 ../login-utils/runuser.1.adoc:13
#: ../login-utils/su.1.adoc:14 ../login-utils/sulogin.8.adoc:32
#: ../login-utils/utmpdump.1.adoc:30 ../login-utils/vipw.8.adoc:47
#: ../misc-utils/blkid.8.adoc:16 ../misc-utils/cal.1.adoc:51
#: ../misc-utils/fincore.1.adoc:19 ../misc-utils/findfs.8.adoc:15
#: ../misc-utils/findmnt.8.adoc:14 ../misc-utils/getopt.1.adoc:14
#: ../misc-utils/hardlink.1.adoc:19 ../misc-utils/kill.1.adoc:18
#: ../misc-utils/logger.1.adoc:47 ../misc-utils/look.1.adoc:47
#: ../misc-utils/lsblk.8.adoc:13 ../misc-utils/lsfd.1.adoc:19
#: ../misc-utils/lslocks.8.adoc:24 ../misc-utils/mcookie.1.adoc:15
#: ../misc-utils/namei.1.adoc:13 ../misc-utils/rename.1.adoc:15
#: ../misc-utils/uuidd.8.adoc:17 ../misc-utils/uuidgen.1.adoc:17
#: ../misc-utils/uuidparse.1.adoc:15 ../misc-utils/whereis.1.adoc:47
#: ../misc-utils/wipefs.8.adoc:15 ../schedutils/chrt.1.adoc:38
#: ../schedutils/ionice.1.adoc:14 ../schedutils/taskset.1.adoc:37
#: ../schedutils/uclampset.1.adoc:39 ../sys-utils/adjtime_config.5.adoc:13
#: ../sys-utils/blkdiscard.8.adoc:13 ../sys-utils/blkzone.8.adoc:13
#: ../sys-utils/chcpu.8.adoc:13 ../sys-utils/chmem.8.adoc:13
#: ../sys-utils/ctrlaltdel.8.adoc:17 ../sys-utils/dmesg.1.adoc:17
#: ../sys-utils/fallocate.1.adoc:13 ../sys-utils/flock.1.adoc:38
#: ../sys-utils/fsfreeze.8.adoc:13 ../sys-utils/fstab.5.adoc:47
#: ../sys-utils/fstrim.8.adoc:13 ../sys-utils/hwclock.8.adoc:21
#: ../sys-utils/ipcmk.1.adoc:17 ../sys-utils/ipcrm.1.adoc:18
#: ../sys-utils/ipcs.1.adoc:17 ../sys-utils/irqtop.1.adoc:13
#: ../sys-utils/ldattach.8.adoc:17 ../sys-utils/losetup.8.adoc:13
#: ../sys-utils/lscpu.1.adoc:13 ../sys-utils/lsipc.1.adoc:13
#: ../sys-utils/lsirq.1.adoc:13 ../sys-utils/lsmem.1.adoc:13
#: ../sys-utils/lsns.8.adoc:18 ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:44
#: ../sys-utils/mountpoint.1.adoc:13 ../sys-utils/nsenter.1.adoc:13
#: ../sys-utils/pivot_root.8.adoc:13 ../sys-utils/prlimit.1.adoc:19
#: ../sys-utils/readprofile.8.adoc:13 ../sys-utils/renice.1.adoc:47
#: ../sys-utils/rfkill.8.adoc:13 ../sys-utils/rtcwake.8.adoc:13
#: ../sys-utils/setarch.8.adoc:13 ../sys-utils/setpriv.1.adoc:13
#: ../sys-utils/setsid.1.adoc:15 ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:13
#: ../sys-utils/switch_root.8.adoc:13 ../sys-utils/tunelp.8.adoc:13
#: ../sys-utils/umount.8.adoc:38 ../sys-utils/unshare.1.adoc:13
#: ../sys-utils/wdctl.8.adoc:13 ../sys-utils/zramctl.8.adoc:13
#: ../term-utils/agetty.8.adoc:13 ../term-utils/mesg.1.adoc:47
#: ../term-utils/script.1.adoc:48 ../term-utils/scriptlive.1.adoc:14
#: ../term-utils/scriptreplay.1.adoc:14 ../term-utils/setterm.1.adoc:20
#: ../term-utils/wall.1.adoc:48 ../text-utils/col.1.adoc:50
#: ../text-utils/colcrt.1.adoc:48 ../text-utils/colrm.1.adoc:47
#: ../text-utils/column.1.adoc:47 ../text-utils/line.1.adoc:14
#: ../text-utils/more.1.adoc:50 ../text-utils/pg.1.adoc:14
#: ../text-utils/rev.1.adoc:47 ../text-utils/ul.1.adoc:47
#, no-wrap
msgid "SYNOPSIS"
msgstr "POUŽITÍ"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/addpart.8.adoc:22
#, no-wrap
msgid "*addpart* _device partition start length_\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ==
#: ../disk-utils/addpart.8.adoc:23 ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:27
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:31 ../disk-utils/delpart.8.adoc:23
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:21 ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:27
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:21 ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:17
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:21 ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:17
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:17 ../disk-utils/mkfs.bfs.8.adoc:21
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.cramfs.8.adoc:17 ../disk-utils/mkfs.minix.8.adoc:24
#: ../disk-utils/mkswap.8.adoc:21 ../disk-utils/partx.8.adoc:26
#: ../disk-utils/raw.8.adoc:23 ../disk-utils/resizepart.8.adoc:23
#: ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:34 ../disk-utils/swaplabel.8.adoc:21
#: ../lib/terminal-colors.d.5.adoc:25 ../libblkid/libblkid.3.adoc:26
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid.3.adoc:49 ../libuuid/man/uuid_clear.3.adoc:51
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid_compare.3.adoc:51 ../libuuid/man/uuid_copy.3.adoc:51
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid_generate.3.adoc:58
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid_is_null.3.adoc:51 ../libuuid/man/uuid_parse.3.adoc:52
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid_time.3.adoc:51 ../libuuid/man/uuid_unparse.3.adoc:53
#: ../login-utils/chfn.1.adoc:25 ../login-utils/chsh.1.adoc:25
#: ../login-utils/last.1.adoc:36 ../login-utils/login.1.adoc:21
#: ../login-utils/lslogins.1.adoc:19 ../login-utils/newgrp.1.adoc:19
#: ../login-utils/nologin.8.adoc:17 ../login-utils/runuser.1.adoc:19
#: ../login-utils/su.1.adoc:18 ../login-utils/sulogin.8.adoc:36
#: ../login-utils/utmpdump.1.adoc:34 ../login-utils/vipw.8.adoc:53
#: ../misc-utils/blkid.8.adoc:26 ../misc-utils/cal.1.adoc:57
#: ../misc-utils/fincore.1.adoc:23 ../misc-utils/findfs.8.adoc:19
#: ../misc-utils/findmnt.8.adoc:22 ../misc-utils/getopt.1.adoc:22
#: ../misc-utils/hardlink.1.adoc:23 ../misc-utils/kill.1.adoc:25
#: ../misc-utils/logger.1.adoc:51 ../misc-utils/look.1.adoc:51
#: ../misc-utils/lsblk.8.adoc:17 ../misc-utils/lsfd.1.adoc:23
#: ../misc-utils/lslocks.8.adoc:28 ../misc-utils/mcookie.1.adoc:19
#: ../misc-utils/namei.1.adoc:17 ../misc-utils/rename.1.adoc:19
#: ../misc-utils/uuidd.8.adoc:21 ../misc-utils/uuidgen.1.adoc:21
#: ../misc-utils/uuidparse.1.adoc:19 ../misc-utils/whereis.1.adoc:51
#: ../misc-utils/wipefs.8.adoc:24 ../schedutils/chrt.1.adoc:44
#: ../schedutils/ionice.1.adoc:24 ../schedutils/taskset.1.adoc:43
#: ../schedutils/uclampset.1.adoc:45 ../sys-utils/adjtime_config.5.adoc:17
#: ../sys-utils/blkdiscard.8.adoc:17 ../sys-utils/blkzone.8.adoc:17
#: ../sys-utils/chcpu.8.adoc:21 ../sys-utils/chmem.8.adoc:17
#: ../sys-utils/choom.1.adoc:19 ../sys-utils/ctrlaltdel.8.adoc:21
#: ../sys-utils/dmesg.1.adoc:31 ../sys-utils/eject.1.adoc:23
#: ../sys-utils/fallocate.1.adoc:21 ../sys-utils/flock.1.adoc:46
#: ../sys-utils/fsfreeze.8.adoc:17 ../sys-utils/fstab.5.adoc:51
#: ../sys-utils/fstrim.8.adoc:17 ../sys-utils/hwclock.8.adoc:25
#: ../sys-utils/ipcmk.1.adoc:21 ../sys-utils/ipcrm.1.adoc:24
#: ../sys-utils/ipcs.1.adoc:21 ../sys-utils/irqtop.1.adoc:17
#: ../sys-utils/ldattach.8.adoc:21 ../sys-utils/losetup.8.adoc:39
#: ../sys-utils/lscpu.1.adoc:17 ../sys-utils/lsipc.1.adoc:17
#: ../sys-utils/lsirq.1.adoc:17 ../sys-utils/lsmem.1.adoc:17
#: ../sys-utils/lsns.8.adoc:22 ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:60
#: ../sys-utils/mountpoint.1.adoc:19 ../sys-utils/nsenter.1.adoc:17
#: ../sys-utils/pivot_root.8.adoc:17 ../sys-utils/prlimit.1.adoc:25
#: ../sys-utils/readprofile.8.adoc:21 ../sys-utils/renice.1.adoc:51
#: ../sys-utils/rfkill.8.adoc:17 ../sys-utils/rtcwake.8.adoc:17
#: ../sys-utils/setarch.8.adoc:21 ../sys-utils/setpriv.1.adoc:17
#: ../sys-utils/setsid.1.adoc:19 ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:19
#: ../sys-utils/switch_root.8.adoc:19 ../sys-utils/tunelp.8.adoc:17
#: ../sys-utils/umount.8.adoc:46 ../sys-utils/unshare.1.adoc:17
#: ../sys-utils/wdctl.8.adoc:17 ../sys-utils/zramctl.8.adoc:31
#: ../term-utils/agetty.8.adoc:17 ../term-utils/mesg.1.adoc:51
#: ../term-utils/script.1.adoc:52 ../term-utils/scriptlive.1.adoc:18
#: ../term-utils/scriptreplay.1.adoc:18 ../term-utils/setterm.1.adoc:24
#: ../term-utils/wall.1.adoc:52 ../term-utils/write.1.adoc:52
#: ../text-utils/col.1.adoc:54 ../text-utils/colcrt.1.adoc:52
#: ../text-utils/colrm.1.adoc:51 ../text-utils/column.1.adoc:51
#: ../text-utils/hexdump.1.adoc:53 ../text-utils/line.1.adoc:18
#: ../text-utils/more.1.adoc:54 ../text-utils/pg.1.adoc:18
#: ../text-utils/rev.1.adoc:51 ../text-utils/ul.1.adoc:51
#, no-wrap
msgid "DESCRIPTION"
msgstr "POPIS"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/addpart.8.adoc:26
#, no-wrap
msgid "*addpart* tells the Linux kernel about the existence of the specified partition. The command is a simple wrapper around the \"add partition\" ioctl.\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/addpart.8.adoc:28 ../disk-utils/delpart.8.adoc:28
#: ../disk-utils/resizepart.8.adoc:28
msgid "This command doesn't manipulate partitions on a block device."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ==
#: ../disk-utils/addpart.8.adoc:29 ../disk-utils/resizepart.8.adoc:29
#: ../misc-utils/cal.1.adoc:122
#, no-wrap
msgid "PARAMETERS"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/addpart.8.adoc:31 ../disk-utils/resizepart.8.adoc:31
#, no-wrap
msgid "_device_"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/addpart.8.adoc:33 ../disk-utils/resizepart.8.adoc:33
msgid "The disk device."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/addpart.8.adoc:34 ../disk-utils/resizepart.8.adoc:34
#, no-wrap
msgid "_partition_"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/addpart.8.adoc:36 ../disk-utils/resizepart.8.adoc:36
msgid "The partition number."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/addpart.8.adoc:37
#, no-wrap
msgid "_start_"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/addpart.8.adoc:39
msgid "The beginning of the partition (in 512-byte sectors)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/addpart.8.adoc:40 ../disk-utils/resizepart.8.adoc:37
#, no-wrap
msgid "_length_"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/addpart.8.adoc:42
msgid "The length of the partition (in 512-byte sectors)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ==
#: ../disk-utils/addpart.8.adoc:45 ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:145
#: ../disk-utils/delpart.8.adoc:33 ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:74
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:220 ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:159
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:51 ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:98
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:53 ../disk-utils/mkfs.bfs.8.adoc:54
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.cramfs.8.adoc:74 ../disk-utils/mkfs.minix.8.adoc:86
#: ../disk-utils/mkswap.8.adoc:111 ../disk-utils/partx.8.adoc:135
#: ../disk-utils/resizepart.8.adoc:42 ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:447
#: ../disk-utils/swaplabel.8.adoc:48 ../libblkid/libblkid.3.adoc:56
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid.3.adoc:63 ../libuuid/man/uuid_clear.3.adoc:59
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid_compare.3.adoc:63 ../libuuid/man/uuid_copy.3.adoc:63
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid_generate.3.adoc:84
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid_is_null.3.adoc:59 ../libuuid/man/uuid_parse.3.adoc:70
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid_time.3.adoc:63 ../libuuid/man/uuid_unparse.3.adoc:67
#: ../login-utils/chfn.1.adoc:73 ../login-utils/chsh.1.adoc:55
#: ../login-utils/last.1.adoc:124 ../login-utils/login.1.adoc:161
#: ../login-utils/lslogins.1.adoc:131 ../login-utils/newgrp.1.adoc:38
#: ../login-utils/nologin.8.adoc:67 ../login-utils/runuser.1.adoc:129
#: ../login-utils/su.1.adoc:145 ../login-utils/utmpdump.1.adoc:75
#: ../login-utils/vipw.8.adoc:72 ../misc-utils/blkid.8.adoc:179
#: ../misc-utils/fincore.1.adoc:53 ../misc-utils/findfs.8.adoc:67
#: ../misc-utils/findmnt.8.adoc:235 ../misc-utils/getopt.1.adoc:151
#: ../misc-utils/kill.1.adoc:107 ../misc-utils/logger.1.adoc:240
#: ../misc-utils/look.1.adoc:101 ../misc-utils/lsblk.8.adoc:168
#: ../misc-utils/lsfd.1.adoc:440 ../misc-utils/lslocks.8.adoc:108
#: ../misc-utils/mcookie.1.adoc:54 ../misc-utils/namei.1.adoc:71
#: ../misc-utils/rename.1.adoc:100 ../misc-utils/uuidd.8.adoc:81
#: ../misc-utils/uuidgen.1.adoc:66 ../misc-utils/uuidparse.1.adoc:68
#: ../misc-utils/wipefs.8.adoc:103 ../schedutils/chrt.1.adoc:138
#: ../schedutils/ionice.1.adoc:91 ../schedutils/taskset.1.adoc:109
#: ../schedutils/uclampset.1.adoc:126 ../sys-utils/adjtime_config.5.adoc:54
#: ../sys-utils/blkdiscard.8.adoc:58 ../sys-utils/blkzone.8.adoc:108
#: ../sys-utils/chcpu.8.adoc:76 ../sys-utils/chmem.8.adoc:81
#: ../sys-utils/choom.1.adoc:51 ../sys-utils/ctrlaltdel.8.adoc:47
#: ../sys-utils/dmesg.1.adoc:183 ../sys-utils/eject.1.adoc:117
#: ../sys-utils/fallocate.1.adoc:86 ../sys-utils/flock.1.adoc:125
#: ../sys-utils/fsfreeze.8.adoc:53 ../sys-utils/fstab.5.adoc:135
#: ../sys-utils/fstrim.8.adoc:83 ../sys-utils/hwclock.8.adoc:373
#: ../sys-utils/ipcmk.1.adoc:49 ../sys-utils/ipcrm.1.adoc:68
#: ../sys-utils/ipcs.1.adoc:88 ../sys-utils/ldattach.8.adoc:118
#: ../sys-utils/lscpu.1.adoc:103 ../sys-utils/lsipc.1.adoc:106
#: ../sys-utils/lsmem.1.adoc:72 ../sys-utils/lsns.8.adoc:75
#: ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:1566 ../sys-utils/mountpoint.1.adoc:65
#: ../sys-utils/nsenter.1.adoc:137 ../sys-utils/pivot_root.8.adoc:63
#: ../sys-utils/prlimit.1.adoc:135 ../sys-utils/renice.1.adoc:92
#: ../sys-utils/rfkill.8.adoc:78 ../sys-utils/rtcwake.8.adoc:130
#: ../sys-utils/setarch.8.adoc:90 ../sys-utils/setpriv.1.adoc:114
#: ../sys-utils/setsid.1.adoc:44 ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:164
#: ../sys-utils/switch_root.8.adoc:47 ../sys-utils/umount.8.adoc:176
#: ../sys-utils/unshare.1.adoc:262 ../sys-utils/zramctl.8.adoc:100
#: ../term-utils/mesg.1.adoc:95 ../term-utils/script.1.adoc:161
#: ../term-utils/scriptlive.1.adoc:75 ../term-utils/scriptreplay.1.adoc:95
#: ../term-utils/setterm.1.adoc:167 ../term-utils/wall.1.adoc:81
#: ../term-utils/write.1.adoc:80 ../text-utils/col.1.adoc:123
#: ../text-utils/colcrt.1.adoc:92 ../text-utils/colrm.1.adoc:67
#: ../text-utils/column.1.adoc:194 ../text-utils/line.1.adoc:22
#: ../text-utils/more.1.adoc:195 ../text-utils/pg.1.adoc:142
#: ../text-utils/rev.1.adoc:61 ../text-utils/ul.1.adoc:80
#, no-wrap
msgid "SEE ALSO"
msgstr "DALŠÍ INFORMACE"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/addpart.8.adoc:52
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid ""
#| "*getmntent*(3),\n"
#| "*fs*(5),\n"
#| "*findmnt*(8),\n"
#| "*mount*(8),\n"
#| "*swapon*(8)\n"
msgid ""
"*delpart*(8),\n"
"*fdisk*(8),\n"
"*parted*(8),\n"
"*partprobe*(8),\n"
"*partx*(8)\n"
msgstr ""
"*getmntent*(3),\n"
"*fs*(5),\n"
"*findmnt*(8),\n"
"*mount*(8),\n"
"*swapon*(8)\n"
#
#. Copyright 1998 Andries E. Brouwer (aeb@cwi.nl)
#. Copyright 2007 Karel Zak <kzak@redhat.com>
#. May be distributed under the GNU General Public License
#. type: Title =
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:8
#, no-wrap
msgid "blockdev(8)"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:18
msgid "blockdev - call block device ioctls from the command line"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:22
#, no-wrap
msgid "*blockdev* [*-q*] [*-v*] _command_ [_command_...] _device_ [_device_...]\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:24
#, no-wrap
msgid "*blockdev* *--report* [_device_...]\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:26
#, no-wrap
msgid "*blockdev* *-h*|*-V*\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:30
msgid "The utility *blockdev* allows one to call block device ioctls from the command line."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ==
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:31 ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:45
#: ../disk-utils/delpart.8.adoc:29 ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:50
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:40 ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:52
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:21 ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:45
#: ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:21 ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:27
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.bfs.8.adoc:27 ../disk-utils/mkfs.cramfs.8.adoc:33
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.minix.8.adoc:41 ../disk-utils/mkswap.8.adoc:39
#: ../disk-utils/partx.8.adoc:40 ../disk-utils/raw.8.adoc:37
#: ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:139 ../disk-utils/swaplabel.8.adoc:29
#: ../login-utils/chfn.1.adoc:35 ../login-utils/chsh.1.adoc:31
#: ../login-utils/last.1.adoc:46 ../login-utils/login.1.adoc:39
#: ../login-utils/lslogins.1.adoc:27 ../login-utils/newgrp.1.adoc:25
#: ../login-utils/nologin.8.adoc:25 ../login-utils/runuser.1.adoc:33
#: ../login-utils/su.1.adoc:34 ../login-utils/sulogin.8.adoc:50
#: ../login-utils/utmpdump.1.adoc:38 ../login-utils/vipw.8.adoc:57
#: ../misc-utils/blkid.8.adoc:42 ../misc-utils/cal.1.adoc:67
#: ../misc-utils/fincore.1.adoc:29 ../misc-utils/findmnt.8.adoc:34
#: ../misc-utils/getopt.1.adoc:32 ../misc-utils/hardlink.1.adoc:41
#: ../misc-utils/kill.1.adoc:53 ../misc-utils/logger.1.adoc:57
#: ../misc-utils/look.1.adoc:57 ../misc-utils/lsblk.8.adoc:29
#: ../misc-utils/lsfd.1.adoc:34 ../misc-utils/lslocks.8.adoc:34
#: ../misc-utils/mcookie.1.adoc:29 ../misc-utils/namei.1.adoc:39
#: ../misc-utils/rename.1.adoc:23 ../misc-utils/uuidd.8.adoc:25
#: ../misc-utils/uuidgen.1.adoc:29 ../misc-utils/uuidparse.1.adoc:48
#: ../misc-utils/whereis.1.adoc:71 ../misc-utils/wipefs.8.adoc:38
#: ../schedutils/chrt.1.adoc:90 ../schedutils/ionice.1.adoc:46
#: ../schedutils/taskset.1.adoc:69 ../schedutils/uclampset.1.adoc:63
#: ../sys-utils/blkdiscard.8.adoc:27 ../sys-utils/blkzone.8.adoc:82
#: ../sys-utils/chcpu.8.adoc:27 ../sys-utils/chmem.8.adoc:35
#: ../sys-utils/choom.1.adoc:23 ../sys-utils/ctrlaltdel.8.adoc:35
#: ../sys-utils/dmesg.1.adoc:37 ../sys-utils/eject.1.adoc:35
#: ../sys-utils/fallocate.1.adoc:27 ../sys-utils/flock.1.adoc:54
#: ../sys-utils/fsfreeze.8.adoc:29 ../sys-utils/fstrim.8.adoc:27
#: ../sys-utils/hwclock.8.adoc:106 ../sys-utils/ipcmk.1.adoc:25
#: ../sys-utils/ipcrm.1.adoc:36 ../sys-utils/ipcs.1.adoc:25
#: ../sys-utils/irqtop.1.adoc:23 ../sys-utils/ldattach.8.adoc:74
#: ../sys-utils/losetup.8.adoc:49 ../sys-utils/lscpu.1.adoc:31
#: ../sys-utils/lsipc.1.adoc:21 ../sys-utils/lsirq.1.adoc:23
#: ../sys-utils/lsmem.1.adoc:31 ../sys-utils/lsns.8.adoc:32
#: ../sys-utils/mountpoint.1.adoc:23 ../sys-utils/nsenter.1.adoc:47
#: ../sys-utils/pivot_root.8.adoc:33 ../sys-utils/readprofile.8.adoc:25
#: ../sys-utils/renice.1.adoc:55 ../sys-utils/rfkill.8.adoc:25
#: ../sys-utils/rtcwake.8.adoc:31 ../sys-utils/setarch.8.adoc:29
#: ../sys-utils/setpriv.1.adoc:23 ../sys-utils/setsid.1.adoc:23
#: ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:29 ../sys-utils/switch_root.8.adoc:25
#: ../sys-utils/tunelp.8.adoc:21 ../sys-utils/umount.8.adoc:52
#: ../sys-utils/unshare.1.adoc:53 ../sys-utils/wdctl.8.adoc:25
#: ../sys-utils/zramctl.8.adoc:39 ../term-utils/agetty.8.adoc:56
#: ../term-utils/mesg.1.adoc:69 ../term-utils/script.1.adoc:62
#: ../term-utils/scriptlive.1.adoc:28 ../term-utils/scriptreplay.1.adoc:30
#: ../term-utils/setterm.1.adoc:28 ../term-utils/wall.1.adoc:60
#: ../term-utils/write.1.adoc:72 ../text-utils/col.1.adoc:60
#: ../text-utils/colcrt.1.adoc:56 ../text-utils/colrm.1.adoc:59
#: ../text-utils/column.1.adoc:66 ../text-utils/hexdump.1.adoc:57
#: ../text-utils/more.1.adoc:58 ../text-utils/pg.1.adoc:26
#: ../text-utils/rev.1.adoc:57 ../text-utils/ul.1.adoc:55
#, no-wrap
msgid "OPTIONS"
msgstr "VOLBY"
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:33
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-q*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:35
msgid "Be quiet."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:36 ../disk-utils/mkfs.cramfs.8.adoc:35
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-v*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:38 ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:58
#: ../sys-utils/rtcwake.8.adoc:107 ../sys-utils/setarch.8.adoc:39
#: ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:88
msgid "Be verbose."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:39
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--report*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:41
msgid "Print a report for the specified device. It is possible to give multiple devices. If none is given, all devices which appear in _/proc/partitions_ are shown. Note that the partition StartSec is in 512-byte sectors."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ==
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:44 ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:61
#: ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:52 ../sys-utils/blkzone.8.adoc:23
#: ../sys-utils/rfkill.8.adoc:44 ../text-utils/more.1.adoc:100
#: ../text-utils/pg.1.adoc:64
#, no-wrap
msgid "COMMANDS"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:47
msgid "It is possible to give multiple devices and multiple commands."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:48
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--flushbufs*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:50
msgid "Flush buffers."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:51
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--getalignoff*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:53
msgid "Get alignment offset."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:54
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--getbsz*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:56
msgid "Print the blocksize in bytes. This size does not describe device topology. It's the size used internally by the kernel and it may be modified (for example) by filesystem driver on mount."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:57
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--getdiscardzeroes*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:59
msgid "Get discard zeroes support status."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:60
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--getfra*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:62
msgid "Get filesystem readahead in 512-byte sectors."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:63
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--getiomin*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:65
msgid "Get minimum I/O size."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:66
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--getioopt*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:68
msgid "Get optimal I/O size."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:69
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--getmaxsect*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:71
msgid "Get max sectors per request."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:72
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--getpbsz*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:74
msgid "Get physical block (sector) size."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:75
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--getra*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:77
msgid "Print readahead (in 512-byte sectors)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:78
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--getro*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:80
msgid "Get read-only. Print 1 if the device is read-only, 0 otherwise."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:81
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--getsize64*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:83
#, fuzzy
#| msgid "Print version and exit."
msgid "Print device size in bytes."
msgstr "Zobrazí verzi a skončí."
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:84
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--getsize*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:86
msgid "Print device size (32-bit!) in sectors. Deprecated in favor of the *--getsz* option."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:87
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--getss*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:89
msgid "Print logical sector size in bytes - usually 512."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:90
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--getsz*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:92
msgid "Get size in 512-byte sectors."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:93
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--rereadpt*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:95
msgid "Reread partition table"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:96
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--setbsz* _bytes_"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:98
msgid "Set blocksize. Note that the block size is specific to the current file descriptor opening the block device, so the change of block size only persists for as long as *blockdev* has the device open, and is lost once *blockdev* exits."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:99
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--setfra* _sectors_"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:101
msgid "Set filesystem readahead (same as *--setra* on 2.6 kernels)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:102
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--setra* _sectors_"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:104
msgid "Set readahead (in 512-byte sectors)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:105
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--setro*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:107
msgid "Set read-only. The currently active access to the device may not be affected by the change. For example, a filesystem already mounted in read-write mode will not be affected. The change applies after remount."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:108
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--setrw*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:110
msgid "Set read-write."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ==
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:111 ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:139
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:70 ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:213
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:154 ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:94
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:45 ../disk-utils/partx.8.adoc:128
#: ../disk-utils/raw.8.adoc:57 ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:441
#: ../disk-utils/swaplabel.8.adoc:44 ../libblkid/libblkid.3.adoc:46
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid.3.adoc:59 ../libuuid/man/uuid_clear.3.adoc:55
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid_compare.3.adoc:59 ../libuuid/man/uuid_copy.3.adoc:59
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid_generate.3.adoc:80
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid_is_null.3.adoc:55 ../libuuid/man/uuid_parse.3.adoc:66
#: ../libuuid/man/uuid_time.3.adoc:59 ../libuuid/man/uuid_unparse.3.adoc:63
#: ../login-utils/chfn.1.adoc:69 ../login-utils/chsh.1.adoc:51
#: ../login-utils/last.1.adoc:120 ../login-utils/login.1.adoc:157
#: ../login-utils/lslogins.1.adoc:126 ../login-utils/newgrp.1.adoc:34
#: ../login-utils/nologin.8.adoc:63 ../login-utils/sulogin.8.adoc:70
#: ../login-utils/utmpdump.1.adoc:71 ../misc-utils/blkid.8.adoc:175
#: ../misc-utils/fincore.1.adoc:49 ../misc-utils/findfs.8.adoc:63
#: ../misc-utils/findmnt.8.adoc:231 ../misc-utils/kill.1.adoc:100
#: ../misc-utils/logger.1.adoc:236 ../misc-utils/lsblk.8.adoc:163
#: ../misc-utils/lsfd.1.adoc:435 ../misc-utils/lslocks.8.adoc:104
#: ../misc-utils/namei.1.adoc:65 ../misc-utils/uuidgen.1.adoc:62
#: ../misc-utils/uuidparse.1.adoc:64 ../misc-utils/wipefs.8.adoc:99
#: ../schedutils/chrt.1.adoc:133 ../schedutils/ionice.1.adoc:86
#: ../schedutils/taskset.1.adoc:100 ../schedutils/uclampset.1.adoc:122
#: ../sys-utils/blkdiscard.8.adoc:54 ../sys-utils/blkzone.8.adoc:103
#: ../sys-utils/chcpu.8.adoc:68 ../sys-utils/choom.1.adoc:47
#: ../sys-utils/ctrlaltdel.8.adoc:43 ../sys-utils/dmesg.1.adoc:177
#: ../sys-utils/eject.1.adoc:113 ../sys-utils/fallocate.1.adoc:81
#: ../sys-utils/flock.1.adoc:116 ../sys-utils/fsfreeze.8.adoc:49
#: ../sys-utils/fstrim.8.adoc:79 ../sys-utils/hwclock.8.adoc:383
#: ../sys-utils/ipcmk.1.adoc:45 ../sys-utils/ipcs.1.adoc:84
#: ../sys-utils/irqtop.1.adoc:59 ../sys-utils/ldattach.8.adoc:114
#: ../sys-utils/losetup.8.adoc:154 ../sys-utils/lscpu.1.adoc:97
#: ../sys-utils/lsipc.1.adoc:101 ../sys-utils/lsirq.1.adoc:45
#: ../sys-utils/lsmem.1.adoc:68 ../sys-utils/lsns.8.adoc:71
#: ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:1562 ../sys-utils/mountpoint.1.adoc:61
#: ../sys-utils/nsenter.1.adoc:132 ../sys-utils/prlimit.1.adoc:131
#: ../sys-utils/rfkill.8.adoc:72 ../sys-utils/rtcwake.8.adoc:122
#: ../sys-utils/setarch.8.adoc:84 ../sys-utils/setpriv.1.adoc:110
#: ../sys-utils/setsid.1.adoc:40 ../sys-utils/switch_root.8.adoc:41
#: ../sys-utils/unshare.1.adoc:257 ../sys-utils/wdctl.8.adoc:68
#: ../sys-utils/zramctl.8.adoc:95 ../term-utils/agetty.8.adoc:325
#: ../term-utils/scriptlive.1.adoc:62 ../term-utils/scriptreplay.1.adoc:79
#: ../text-utils/more.1.adoc:187
#, no-wrap
msgid "AUTHORS"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/blockdev.8.adoc:114
#, no-wrap
msgid "*blockdev* was written by Andries E. Brouwer and rewritten by Karel Zak.\n"
msgstr ""
#
#
#. cfdisk.8 -- man page for cfdisk
#. Copyright 1994 Kevin E. Martin (martin@cs.unc.edu)
#. Copyright (C) 2014 Karel Zak <kzak@redhat.com>
#. Permission is granted to make and distribute verbatim copies of this
#. manual provided the copyright notice and this permission notice are
#. preserved on all copies.
#. Permission is granted to copy and distribute modified versions of this
#. manual under the conditions for verbatim copying, provided that the
#. entire resulting derived work is distributed under the terms of a
#. permission notice identical to this one.
#. type: Title =
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:16
#, no-wrap
msgid "cfdisk(8)"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:26
msgid "cfdisk - display or manipulate a disk partition table"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:30
#, no-wrap
msgid "*cfdisk* [options] [_device_]\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:34
#, no-wrap
msgid "*cfdisk* is a curses-based program for partitioning any block device. The default device is _/dev/sda_.\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:36
msgid "Note that *cfdisk* provides basic partitioning functionality with a user-friendly interface. If you need advanced features, use *fdisk*(8) instead."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:38
msgid "All disk label changes will remain in memory only, and the disk will be unmodified until you decide to write your changes. Be careful before using the write command."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:40
msgid "Since version 2.25 *cfdisk* supports MBR (DOS), GPT, SUN and SGI disk labels, but no longer provides any functionality for CHS (Cylinder-Head-Sector) addressing. CHS has never been important for Linux, and this addressing concept does not make any sense for new devices."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:42
msgid "Since version 2.25 *cfdisk* also does not provide a 'print' command any more. This functionality is provided by the utilities *partx*(8) and *lsblk*(8) in a very comfortable and rich way."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:44
msgid "If you want to remove an old partition table from a device, use *wipefs*(8)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:49
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-s*, **--shell**=__shell__"
msgid "*-L*, *--color*[**=**__when__]"
msgstr "*-s*, **--shell**=__shell__"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:51
msgid "Colorize the output. The optional argument _when_ can be *auto*, *never* or *always*. If the _when_ argument is omitted, it defaults to *auto*. The colors can be disabled, for the current built-in default see *--help* output. See also the *COLORS* section."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:52 ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:64
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.minix.8.adoc:49 ../disk-utils/mkswap.8.adoc:55
#: ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:158 ../misc-utils/wipefs.8.adoc:52
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--lock*[=_mode_]"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:54 ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:66
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.minix.8.adoc:51 ../disk-utils/mkswap.8.adoc:57
#: ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:160
msgid "Use exclusive BSD lock for device or file it operates. The optional argument _mode_ can be *yes*, *no* (or 1 and 0) or *nonblock*. If the _mode_ argument is omitted, it defaults to *yes*. This option overwrites environment variable *$LOCK_BLOCK_DEVICE*. The default is not to use any lock at all, but it's recommended to avoid collisions with *systemd-udevd*(8) or other tools."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:55 ../sys-utils/losetup.8.adoc:89
#: ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:387 ../sys-utils/umount.8.adoc:105
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-h*, *--help*"
msgid "*-r*, *--read-only*"
msgstr "*-h*, *--help*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:57
msgid "Forced open in read-only mode."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:58
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-V*, *--version*"
msgid "*-z*, *--zero*"
msgstr "*-V*, *--version*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:60
msgid "Start with an in-memory zeroed partition table. This option does not zero the partition table on the disk; rather, it simply starts the program without reading the existing partition table. This option allows you to create a new partition table from scratch or from an *sfdisk*(8)-compatible script."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:64
msgid "The commands for *cfdisk* can be entered by pressing the corresponding key (pressing _Enter_ after the command is not necessary). Here is a list of the available commands:"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:65
#, no-wrap
msgid "*b*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:67
msgid "Toggle the bootable flag of the current partition. This allows you to select which primary partition is bootable on the drive. This command may not be available for all partition label types."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:68 ../sys-utils/irqtop.1.adoc:50
#, no-wrap
msgid "*d*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:70
msgid "Delete the current partition. This will convert the current partition into free space and merge it with any free space immediately surrounding the current partition. A partition already marked as free space or marked as unusable cannot be deleted."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:71 ../text-utils/pg.1.adoc:106
#, no-wrap
msgid "*h*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:73
msgid "Show the help screen."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:74 ../sys-utils/irqtop.1.adoc:53
#: ../term-utils/mesg.1.adoc:61 ../text-utils/more.1.adoc:140
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*owner*"
msgid "*n*"
msgstr "*owner*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:76
msgid "Create a new partition from free space. *cfdisk* then prompts you for the size of the partition you want to create. The default size is equal to the entire available free space at the current position."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:78
msgid "The size may be followed by a multiplicative suffix: KiB (=1024), MiB (=1024*1024), and so on for GiB, TiB, PiB, EiB, ZiB and YiB (the \"iB\" is optional, e.g., \"K\" has the same meaning as \"KiB\")."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:79
#, no-wrap
msgid "*q*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:81
msgid "Quit the program. This will exit the program without writing any data to the disk."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:82
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*user*"
msgid "*r*"
msgstr "*user*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:84
msgid "Reduce or enlarge the current partition. *cfdisk* then prompts you for the new size of the partition. The default size is the current size. A partition marked as free space or marked as unusable cannot be resized."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:86
#, no-wrap
msgid "*Note that reducing the size of a partition might destroy data on that partition.*\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:87 ../text-utils/more.1.adoc:122
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*user*"
msgid "*s*"
msgstr "*user*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:89
msgid "Sort the partitions in ascending start-sector order. When deleting and adding partitions, it is likely that the numbering of the partitions will no longer match their order on the disk. This command restores that match."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:90 ../sys-utils/irqtop.1.adoc:47
#, no-wrap
msgid "*t*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:92
msgid "Change the partition type. By default, new partitions are created as _Linux_ partitions."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:93
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*user*"
msgid "*u*"
msgstr "*user*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:95
msgid "Dump the current in-memory partition table to an **sfdisk**(8)-compatible script file."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:97
msgid "The script files are compatible between *cfdisk*, *fdisk*(8) *sfdisk*(8) and other libfdisk applications. For more details see *sfdisk*(8)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:99
msgid "It is also possible to load an sfdisk-script into *cfdisk* if there is no partition table on the device or when you start *cfdisk* with the *--zero* command-line option."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:100
#, no-wrap
msgid "*W*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:102
msgid "Write the partition table to disk (you must enter an uppercase W). Since this might destroy data on the disk, you must either confirm or deny the write by entering `yes' or `no'. If you enter `yes', *cfdisk* will write the partition table to disk and then tell the kernel to re-read the partition table from the disk."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:104
msgid "The re-reading of the partition table does not always work. In such a case you need to inform the kernel about any new partitions by using *partprobe*(8) or *partx*(8), or by rebooting the system."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:105
#, no-wrap
msgid "*x*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:107
msgid "Toggle extra information about a partition."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:108
#, no-wrap
msgid "_Up Arrow_, _Down Arrow_"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:110
msgid "Move the cursor to the previous or next partition. If there are more partitions than can be displayed on a screen, you can display the next (previous) set of partitions by moving down (up) at the last (first) partition displayed on the screen."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:111
#, no-wrap
msgid "_Left Arrow_, _Right Arrow_"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:113
msgid "Select the preceding or the next menu item. Hitting _Enter_ will execute the currently selected item."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:115
msgid "All commands can be entered with either uppercase or lowercase letters (except for **W**rite). When in a submenu or at a prompt, you can hit the _Esc_ key to return to the main menu."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:118
#, no-wrap
msgid "*cfdisk* does not support color customization with a color-scheme file.\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ==
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:119 ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:193
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:128 ../disk-utils/mkfs.minix.8.adoc:70
#: ../disk-utils/mkswap.8.adoc:81 ../disk-utils/partx.8.adoc:101
#: ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:399 ../disk-utils/swaplabel.8.adoc:39
#: ../lib/terminal-colors.d.5.adoc:129 ../login-utils/sulogin.8.adoc:66
#: ../login-utils/vipw.8.adoc:61 ../misc-utils/blkid.8.adoc:171
#: ../misc-utils/findfs.8.adoc:58 ../misc-utils/findmnt.8.adoc:188
#: ../misc-utils/getopt.1.adoc:133 ../misc-utils/look.1.adoc:77
#: ../misc-utils/lsblk.8.adoc:140 ../misc-utils/whereis.1.adoc:106
#: ../misc-utils/wipefs.8.adoc:80 ../sys-utils/hwclock.8.adoc:352
#: ../sys-utils/losetup.8.adoc:128 ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:1505
#: ../sys-utils/mountpoint.1.adoc:52 ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:120
#: ../sys-utils/umount.8.adoc:150 ../term-utils/script.1.adoc:127
#: ../text-utils/column.1.adoc:137 ../text-utils/more.1.adoc:164
#: ../text-utils/pg.1.adoc:117 ../text-utils/ul.1.adoc:65
#, no-wrap
msgid "ENVIRONMENT"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:121
#, no-wrap
msgid "*CFDISK_DEBUG*=all"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:123
msgid "enables cfdisk debug output."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:124 ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:198
#: ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:403
#, no-wrap
msgid "*LIBFDISK_DEBUG*=all"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:126 ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:200
#: ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:405
msgid "enables libfdisk debug output."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:127 ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:201
#: ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:405 ../misc-utils/lsblk.8.adoc:145
#: ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:1516 ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:125
#, no-wrap
msgid "*LIBBLKID_DEBUG*=all"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:129 ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:203
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:146 ../disk-utils/mkswap.8.adoc:85
#: ../disk-utils/partx.8.adoc:105 ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:407
#: ../disk-utils/swaplabel.8.adoc:43 ../misc-utils/findfs.8.adoc:62
msgid "enables libblkid debug output."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:130 ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:204
#: ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:407 ../misc-utils/findmnt.8.adoc:199
#: ../misc-utils/lsblk.8.adoc:151
#, no-wrap
msgid "*LIBSMARTCOLS_DEBUG*=all"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:132 ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:206
#: ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:409
msgid "enables libsmartcols debug output."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:133 ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:207
#: ../misc-utils/findmnt.8.adoc:202 ../misc-utils/lsblk.8.adoc:154
#, no-wrap
msgid "*LIBSMARTCOLS_DEBUG_PADDING*=on"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:135
msgid "use visible padding characters. Requires enabled *LIBSMARTCOLS_DEBUG*."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:136 ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:210
#: ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:409
#, no-wrap
msgid "*LOCK_BLOCK_DEVICE*=<mode>"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:138 ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:212
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.minix.8.adoc:74 ../disk-utils/mkswap.8.adoc:88
#: ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:411 ../misc-utils/wipefs.8.adoc:87
msgid "use exclusive BSD lock. The mode is \"1\" or \"0\". See *--lock* for more details."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:142 ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:444
#: ../login-utils/nologin.8.adoc:66 ../misc-utils/findmnt.8.adoc:234
#: ../misc-utils/wipefs.8.adoc:102 ../sys-utils/choom.1.adoc:50
#: ../sys-utils/dmesg.1.adoc:180 ../sys-utils/lsns.8.adoc:74
#: ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:1565 ../sys-utils/mountpoint.1.adoc:64
#: ../term-utils/scriptlive.1.adoc:65
msgid "mailto:kzak@redhat.com[Karel Zak]"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:144
msgid "The current *cfdisk* implementation is based on the original *cfdisk* from mailto:martin@cs.unc.edu[Kevin E. Martin]."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/cfdisk.8.adoc:152
#, no-wrap
msgid ""
"*fdisk*(8),\n"
"*parted*(8),\n"
"*partprobe*(8),\n"
"*partx*(8),\n"
"*sfdisk*(8)\n"
msgstr ""
#. delpart.8 -- man page for delpart
#. Copyright 2007 Karel Zak <kzak@redhat.com>
#. Copyright 2007 Red Hat, Inc.
#. May be distributed under the GNU General Public License
#. type: Title =
#: ../disk-utils/delpart.8.adoc:8
#, no-wrap
msgid "delpart(8)"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/delpart.8.adoc:18
msgid "delpart - tell the kernel to forget about a partition"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/delpart.8.adoc:22
#, no-wrap
msgid "*delpart* _device partition_\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/delpart.8.adoc:26
#, no-wrap
msgid "*delpart* asks the Linux kernel to forget about the specified _partition_ (a number) on the specified _device_. The command is a simple wrapper around the \"del partition\" ioctl.\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/delpart.8.adoc:40
#, no-wrap
msgid ""
"*addpart*(8),\n"
"*fdisk*(8),\n"
"*parted*(8),\n"
"*partprobe*(8),\n"
"*partx*(8)\n"
msgstr ""
#. Copyright 1992, 1993 Rickard E. Faith (faith@cs.unc.edu)
#. May be distributed under the GNU General Public License
#. type: Title =
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:6
#, no-wrap
msgid "fdformat(8)"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:16
msgid "fdformat - low-level format a floppy disk"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:20
#, no-wrap
msgid "*fdformat* [options] _device_\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:24
#, no-wrap
msgid "*fdformat* does a low-level format on a floppy disk. _device_ is usually one of the following (for floppy devices the major = 2, and the minor is shown for informational purposes only):\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: delimited block .
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:35
#, no-wrap
msgid ""
"/dev/fd0d360 (minor = 4)\n"
"/dev/fd0h1200 (minor = 8)\n"
"/dev/fd0D360 (minor = 12)\n"
"/dev/fd0H360 (minor = 12)\n"
"/dev/fd0D720 (minor = 16)\n"
"/dev/fd0H720 (minor = 16)\n"
"/dev/fd0h360 (minor = 20)\n"
"/dev/fd0h720 (minor = 24)\n"
"/dev/fd0H1440 (minor = 28)\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: delimited block .
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:46
#, no-wrap
msgid ""
"/dev/fd1d360 (minor = 5)\n"
"/dev/fd1h1200 (minor = 9)\n"
"/dev/fd1D360 (minor = 13)\n"
"/dev/fd1H360 (minor = 13)\n"
"/dev/fd1D720 (minor = 17)\n"
"/dev/fd1H720 (minor = 17)\n"
"/dev/fd1h360 (minor = 21)\n"
"/dev/fd1h720 (minor = 25)\n"
"/dev/fd1H1440 (minor = 29)\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:49
msgid "The generic floppy devices, _/dev/fd0_ and _/dev/fd1_, will fail to work with *fdformat* when a non-standard format is being used, or if the format has not been autodetected earlier. In this case, use *setfdprm*(8) to load the disk parameters."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:52
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-f*, *--fast*"
msgid "*-f*, *--from* _N_"
msgstr "*-f*, *--fast*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:54
msgid "Start at the track _N_ (default is 0)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:55
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-P*, *--pty*"
msgid "*-t*, *--to* _N_"
msgstr "*-P*, *--pty*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:57
msgid "Stop at the track _N_."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:58
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-h*, *--help*"
msgid "*-r*, *--repair* _N_"
msgstr "*-h*, *--help*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:60
msgid "Try to repair tracks failed during the verification (max _N_ retries)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:61
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-V*, *--version*"
msgid "*-n*, *--no-verify*"
msgstr "*-V*, *--version*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:63
msgid "Skip the verification that is normally performed after the formatting."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ==
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:66 ../disk-utils/mkswap.8.adoc:89
#: ../disk-utils/raw.8.adoc:47 ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:412
#: ../login-utils/last.1.adoc:114 ../login-utils/lslogins.1.adoc:118
#: ../login-utils/nologin.8.adoc:53 ../login-utils/su.1.adoc:133
#: ../login-utils/utmpdump.1.adoc:51 ../misc-utils/cal.1.adoc:141
#: ../misc-utils/kill.1.adoc:94 ../misc-utils/lsblk.8.adoc:157
#: ../misc-utils/lslocks.8.adoc:100 ../schedutils/chrt.1.adoc:127
#: ../schedutils/ionice.1.adoc:68 ../schedutils/uclampset.1.adoc:110
#: ../sys-utils/choom.1.adoc:33 ../sys-utils/eject.1.adoc:97
#: ../sys-utils/fsfreeze.8.adoc:45 ../sys-utils/fstab.5.adoc:125
#: ../sys-utils/hwclock.8.adoc:171 ../sys-utils/ipcrm.1.adoc:63
#: ../sys-utils/ipcs.1.adoc:80 ../sys-utils/losetup.8.adoc:124
#: ../sys-utils/mountpoint.1.adoc:57 ../sys-utils/prlimit.1.adoc:110
#: ../sys-utils/renice.1.adoc:76 ../sys-utils/rtcwake.8.adoc:110
#: ../sys-utils/setpriv.1.adoc:94 ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:136
#: ../sys-utils/switch_root.8.adoc:33 ../sys-utils/tunelp.8.adoc:64
#: ../sys-utils/unshare.1.adoc:142 ../term-utils/script.1.adoc:134
#: ../term-utils/wall.1.adoc:73 ../text-utils/col.1.adoc:86
#: ../text-utils/pg.1.adoc:136
#, no-wrap
msgid "NOTES"
msgstr "POZNÁMKY"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:69
msgid "This utility does not handle USB floppy disk drives. Use *ufiformat*(8) instead."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:73
msgid "mailto:almesber@nessie.cs.id.ethz.ch[Werner Almesberger]"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdformat.8.adoc:81
#, no-wrap
msgid ""
"*fd*(4),\n"
"*emkfs*(8),\n"
"*mkfs*(8),\n"
"*setfdprm*(8),\n"
"*ufiformat*(8)\n"
msgstr ""
#. Copyright 1992, 1993 Rickard E. Faith (faith@cs.unc.edu)
#. Copyright 1998 Andries E. Brouwer (aeb@cwi.nl)
#. Copyright 2012 Davidlohr Bueso <dave@gnu.org>
#. Copyright (C) 2013 Karel Zak <kzak@redhat.com>
#. May be distributed under the GNU General Public License
#. type: Title =
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:9
#, no-wrap
msgid "fdisk(8)"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:20
msgid "fdisk - manipulate disk partition table"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:24
#, no-wrap
msgid "*fdisk* [options] _device_\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:26
#, no-wrap
msgid "*fdisk* *-l* [_device_...]\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:30
#, no-wrap
msgid "*fdisk* is a dialog-driven program for creation and manipulation of partition tables. It understands GPT, MBR, Sun, SGI and BSD partition tables.\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:32
msgid "Block devices can be divided into one or more logical disks called _partitions_. This division is recorded in the _partition table_, usually found in sector 0 of the disk. (In the BSD world one talks about `disk slices' and a `disklabel'.)"
msgstr ""
#. TRANSLATORS: Keep {plus} untranslated.
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:35
msgid "All partitioning is driven by device I/O limits (the topology) by default. *fdisk* is able to optimize the disk layout for a 4K-sector size and use an alignment offset on modern devices for MBR and GPT. It is always a good idea to follow *fdisk*'s defaults as the default values (e.g., first and last partition sectors) and partition sizes specified by the {plus}/-<size>{M,G,...} notation are always aligned according to the device properties."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:37
msgid "CHS (Cylinder-Head-Sector) addressing is deprecated and not used by default. Please, do not follow old articles and recommendations with *fdisk -S <n> -H <n>* advices for SSD or 4K-sector devices."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:39
msgid "Note that *partx*(8) provides a rich interface for scripts to print disk layouts, *fdisk* is mostly designed for humans. Backward compatibility in the output of *fdisk* is not guaranteed. The input (the commands) should always be backward compatible."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:42
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-b*, *--sector-size* _sectorsize_"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:44
msgid "Specify the sector size of the disk. Valid values are 512, 1024, 2048, and 4096. (Recent kernels know the sector size. Use this option only on old kernels or to override the kernel's ideas.) Since util-linux-2.17, *fdisk* differentiates between logical and physical sector size. This option changes both sector sizes to _sectorsize_."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:45
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-P*, *--pty*"
msgid "*-B*, *--protect-boot*"
msgstr "*-P*, *--pty*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:47
msgid "Don't erase the beginning of the first disk sector when creating a new disk label. This feature is supported for GPT and MBR."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:48
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-c*, **--command**=__command__"
msgid "*-c*, *--compatibility*[=_mode_]"
msgstr "*-c*, **--command**=__příkaz__"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:50
msgid "Specify the compatibility mode, 'dos' or 'nondos'. The default is non-DOS mode. For backward compatibility, it is possible to use the option without the _mode_ argument -- then the default is used. Note that the optional _mode_ argument cannot be separated from the *-c* option by a space, the correct form is for example *-c*=_dos_."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:53 ../sys-utils/dmesg.1.adoc:78
#: ../text-utils/hexdump.1.adoc:80
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-L*, *--color*[=_when_]"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:55 ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:151
#: ../misc-utils/cal.1.adoc:119
msgid "Colorize the output. The optional argument _when_ can be *auto*, *never* or *always*. If the _when_ argument is omitted, it defaults to *auto*. The colors can be disabled; for the current built-in default see the *--help* output. See also the *COLORS* section."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:56 ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:47
#: ../disk-utils/partx.8.adoc:54 ../misc-utils/findmnt.8.adoc:78
#: ../misc-utils/lsblk.8.adoc:66 ../sys-utils/losetup.8.adoc:98
#: ../sys-utils/lsipc.1.adoc:53 ../sys-utils/lsns.8.adoc:37
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-f*, *--fast*"
msgid "*-l*, *--list*"
msgstr "*-f*, *--fast*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:58
msgid "List the partition tables for the specified devices and then exit."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:60
msgid "If no devices are given, the devices mentioned in _/proc/partitions_ (if this file exists) are used. Devices are always listed in the order in which they are specified on the command-line, or by the kernel listed in _/proc/partitions_."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:61
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-h*, *--help*"
msgid "*-x*, *--list-details*"
msgstr "*-h*, *--help*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:63
msgid "Like *--list*, but provides more details."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:67
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-P*, *--pty*"
msgid "*-n*, *--noauto-pt*"
msgstr "*-P*, *--pty*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:69
msgid "Don't automatically create a default partition table on empty device. The partition table has to be explicitly created by user (by command like 'o', 'g', etc.)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:70 ../disk-utils/partx.8.adoc:69
#: ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:189 ../login-utils/lslogins.1.adoc:69
#: ../misc-utils/fincore.1.adoc:37 ../misc-utils/findmnt.8.adoc:97
#: ../misc-utils/lsblk.8.adoc:78 ../misc-utils/lsfd.1.adoc:45
#: ../misc-utils/lslocks.8.adoc:48 ../sys-utils/irqtop.1.adoc:25
#: ../sys-utils/lsipc.1.adoc:65 ../sys-utils/lsirq.1.adoc:28
#: ../sys-utils/lsmem.1.adoc:45 ../sys-utils/lsns.8.adoc:43
#: ../sys-utils/wdctl.8.adoc:39 ../sys-utils/zramctl.8.adoc:50
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-P*, *--pty*"
msgid "*-o*, *--output* _list_"
msgstr "*-P*, *--pty*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:72 ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:191
#: ../misc-utils/lslocks.8.adoc:50 ../misc-utils/uuidparse.1.adoc:58
#: ../misc-utils/wipefs.8.adoc:60 ../sys-utils/lsipc.1.adoc:67
#: ../sys-utils/lsns.8.adoc:45
msgid "Specify which output columns to print. Use *--help* to get a list of all supported columns."
msgstr ""
#. TRANSLATORS: Keep {plus} untranslated.
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:74
msgid "The default list of columns may be extended if _list_ is specified in the format _{plus}list_ (e.g., *-o {plus}UUID*)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:76
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-P*, *--pty*"
msgid "*-s*, *--getsz*"
msgstr "*-P*, *--pty*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:78
msgid "Print the size in 512-byte sectors of each given block device. This option is DEPRECATED in favour of *blockdev*(8)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:79 ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:29
#: ../disk-utils/partx.8.adoc:84 ../sys-utils/lsns.8.adoc:57
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-P*, *--pty*"
msgid "*-t*, *--type* _type_"
msgstr "*-P*, *--pty*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:81
msgid "Enable support only for disklabels of the specified _type_, and disable support for all other types."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:82
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-u*, *--units*[=_unit_]"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:84
msgid "When listing partition tables, show sizes in 'sectors' or in 'cylinders'. The default is to show sizes in sectors. For backward compatibility, it is possible to use the option without the _unit_ argument -- then the default is used. Note that the optional _unit_ argument cannot be separated from the *-u* option by a space, the correct form is for example '**-u=**__cylinders__'."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:85
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-C*, *--cylinders* _number_"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:87
msgid "Specify the _number_ of cylinders of the disk. I have no idea why anybody would want to do so."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:88
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-H*, *--heads* _number_"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:90
msgid "Specify the number of heads of the disk. (Not the physical number, of course, but the number used for partition tables.) Reasonable values are 255 and 16."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:91
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-S*, *--sectors* _number_"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:93
msgid "Specify the number of sectors per track of the disk. (Not the physical number, of course, but the number used for partition tables.) A reasonable value is 63."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:94 ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:207
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-w*, *--wipe* _when_"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:96
msgid "Wipe filesystem, RAID and partition-table signatures from the device, in order to avoid possible collisions. The argument _when_ can be *auto*, *never* or *always*. When this option is not given, the default is *auto*, in which case signatures are wiped only when in interactive mode. In all cases detected signatures are reported by warning messages before a new partition table is created. See also *wipefs*(8) command."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:97 ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:210
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-W*, *--wipe-partitions* _when_"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:99
msgid "Wipe filesystem, RAID and partition-table signatures from a newly created partitions, in order to avoid possible collisions. The argument _when_ can be *auto*, *never* or *always*. When this option is not given, the default is *auto*, in which case signatures are wiped only when in interactive mode and after confirmation by user. In all cases detected signatures are reported by warning messages before a new partition is created. See also *wipefs*(8) command."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:102 ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:117
#: ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:215 ../sys-utils/setsid.1.adoc:36
#, fuzzy
#| msgid "Display help text and exit."
msgid "Display version information and exit."
msgstr "Zobrazí text nápovědy a skončí."
#. type: Title ==
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:103
#, no-wrap
msgid "DEVICES"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:106
msgid "The _device_ is usually _/dev/sda_, _/dev/sdb_ or so. A device name refers to the entire disk. Old systems without libata (a library used inside the Linux kernel to support ATA host controllers and devices) make a difference between IDE and SCSI disks. In such cases the device name will be _/dev/hd*_ (IDE) or _/dev/sd*_ (SCSI)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:108
msgid "The _partition_ is a device name followed by a partition number. For example, _/dev/sda1_ is the first partition on the first hard disk in the system. See also Linux kernel documentation (the _Documentation/admin-guide/devices.txt_ file)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ==
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:109
#, no-wrap
msgid "SIZES"
msgstr ""
#. TRANSLATORS: Keep {plus} untranslated.
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:114
msgid "The \"last sector\" dialog accepts partition size specified by number of sectors or by {plus}/-<size>{K,B,M,G,...} notation."
msgstr ""
#. TRANSLATORS: Keep {plus} untranslated.
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:118
msgid "If the size is prefixed by '{plus}' then it is interpreted as relative to the partition first sector. If the size is prefixed by '-' then it is interpreted as relative to the high limit (last available sector for the partition)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:120
msgid "In the case the size is specified in bytes than the number may be followed by the multiplicative suffixes KiB=1024, MiB=1024*1024, and so on for GiB, TiB, PiB, EiB, ZiB and YiB. The \"iB\" is optional, e.g., \"K\" has the same meaning as \"KiB\"."
msgstr ""
#. TRANSLATORS: Keep {plus} untranslated.
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:124
msgid "The relative sizes are always aligned according to device I/O limits. The {plus}/-<size>{K,B,M,G,...} notation is recommended."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:126
msgid "For backward compatibility *fdisk* also accepts the suffixes KB=1000, MB=1000*1000, and so on for GB, TB, PB, EB, ZB and YB. These 10^N suffixes are deprecated."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ==
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:127
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "CONFIG FILES"
msgid "SCRIPT FILES"
msgstr "KONFIGURAČNÍ SOUBORY"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:130
#, no-wrap
msgid "*fdisk* allows reading (by 'I' command) *sfdisk*(8) compatible script files. The script is applied to in-memory partition table, and then it is possible to modify the partition table before you write it to the device.\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:132
msgid "And vice-versa it is possible to write the current in-memory disk layout to the script file by command 'O'."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:134
msgid "The script files are compatible between *cfdisk*(8), *sfdisk*(8), *fdisk* and other libfdisk applications. For more details see *sfdisk*(8)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ==
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:135
#, no-wrap
msgid "DISK LABELS"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:137
#, no-wrap
msgid "*GPT (GUID Partition Table)*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:139
msgid "GPT is modern standard for the layout of the partition table. GPT uses 64-bit logical block addresses, checksums, UUIDs and names for partitions and an unlimited number of partitions (although the number of partitions is usually restricted to 128 in many partitioning tools)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:141
msgid "Note that the first sector is still reserved for a *protective MBR* in the GPT specification. It prevents MBR-only partitioning tools from mis-recognizing and overwriting GPT disks."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:143
msgid "GPT is always a better choice than MBR, especially on modern hardware with a UEFI boot loader."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:144
#, no-wrap
msgid "*DOS-type (MBR)*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:146
msgid "A DOS-type partition table can describe an unlimited number of partitions. In sector 0 there is room for the description of 4 partitions (called `primary'). One of these may be an extended partition; this is a box holding logical partitions, with descriptors found in a linked list of sectors, each preceding the corresponding logical partitions. The four primary partitions, present or not, get numbers 1-4. Logical partitions are numbered starting from 5."
msgstr ""
#. TRANSLATORS: Keep {plus} untranslated.
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:148
msgid "In a DOS-type partition table the starting offset and the size of each partition is stored in two ways: as an absolute number of sectors (given in 32 bits), and as a *Cylinders/Heads/Sectors* triple (given in 10{plus}8{plus}6 bits). The former is OK -- with 512-byte sectors this will work up to 2 TB. The latter has two problems. First, these C/H/S fields can be filled only when the number of heads and the number of sectors per track are known. And second, even if we know what these numbers should be, the 24 bits that are available do not suffice. DOS uses C/H/S only, Windows uses both, Linux never uses C/H/S. The *C/H/S addressing is deprecated* and may be unsupported in some later *fdisk* version."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:151
#, no-wrap
msgid "*Please, read the DOS-mode section if you want DOS-compatible partitions.* *fdisk* does not care about cylinder boundaries by default.\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:152
#, no-wrap
msgid "*BSD/Sun-type*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:154
msgid "A BSD/Sun disklabel can describe 8 partitions, the third of which should be a `whole disk' partition. Do not start a partition that actually uses its first sector (like a swap partition) at cylinder 0, since that will destroy the disklabel. Note that a *BSD label* is usually nested within a DOS partition."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:155
#, no-wrap
msgid "*IRIX/SGI-type*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:157
msgid "An IRIX/SGI disklabel can describe 16 partitions, the eleventh of which should be an entire `volume' partition, while the ninth should be labeled `volume header'. The volume header will also cover the partition table, i.e., it starts at block zero and extends by default over five cylinders. The remaining space in the volume header may be used by header directory entries. No partitions may overlap with the volume header. Also do not change its type or make some filesystem on it, since you will lose the partition table. Use this type of label only when working with Linux on IRIX/SGI machines or IRIX/SGI disks under Linux."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:159
msgid "A *sync*(2) and an ioctl(BLKRRPART) (rereading the partition table from disk) are performed before exiting when the partition table has been updated."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ==
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:160
#, no-wrap
msgid "DOS mode and DOS 6.x WARNING"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:163
#, no-wrap
msgid "*Note that all this is deprecated. You don't have to care about things like* *geometry and cylinders on modern operating systems. If you really want* *DOS-compatible partitioning then you have to enable DOS mode and cylinder* *units by using the '-c=dos -u=cylinders' fdisk command-line options.*\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:165
msgid "The DOS 6.x FORMAT command looks for some information in the first sector of the data area of the partition, and treats this information as more reliable than the information in the partition table. DOS FORMAT expects DOS FDISK to clear the first 512 bytes of the data area of a partition whenever a size change occurs. DOS FORMAT will look at this extra information even if the /U flag is given -- we consider this a bug in DOS FORMAT and DOS FDISK."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:167
msgid "The bottom line is that if you use *fdisk* or *cfdisk*(8) to change the size of a DOS partition table entry, then you must also use *dd*(1) to *zero the first 512 bytes* of that partition before using DOS FORMAT to format the partition. For example, if you were using *fdisk* to make a DOS partition table entry for _/dev/sda1_, then (after exiting *fdisk* and rebooting Linux so that the partition table information is valid) you would use the command *dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sda1 bs=512 count=1* to zero the first 512 bytes of the partition."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:169
#, no-wrap
msgid "*fdisk* usually obtains the disk geometry automatically. This is not necessarily the physical disk geometry (indeed, modern disks do not really have anything like a physical geometry, certainly not something that can be described in the simplistic Cylinders/Heads/Sectors form), but it is the disk geometry that MS-DOS uses for the partition table.\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:171
msgid "Usually all goes well by default, and there are no problems if Linux is the only system on the disk. However, if the disk has to be shared with other operating systems, it is often a good idea to let an *fdisk* from another operating system make at least one partition. When Linux boots it looks at the partition table, and tries to deduce what (fake) geometry is required for good cooperation with other systems."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:173
msgid "Whenever a partition table is printed out in DOS mode, a consistency check is performed on the partition table entries. This check verifies that the physical and logical start and end points are identical, and that each partition starts and ends on a cylinder boundary (except for the first partition)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:175
msgid "Some versions of MS-DOS create a first partition which does not begin on a cylinder boundary, but on sector 2 of the first cylinder. Partitions beginning in cylinder 1 cannot begin on a cylinder boundary, but this is unlikely to cause difficulty unless you have OS/2 on your machine."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:177
msgid "For best results, you should always use an OS-specific partition table program. For example, you should make DOS partitions with the DOS FDISK program and Linux partitions with the Linux *fdisk* or Linux *cfdisk*(8) programs."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:180
msgid "The logical color names supported by *fdisk* are:"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:181 ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:392
#, no-wrap
msgid "*header*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:183 ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:394
msgid "The header of the output tables."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:184
#, no-wrap
msgid "*help-title*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:186
msgid "The help section titles."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:187 ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:394
#: ../sys-utils/dmesg.1.adoc:167
#, no-wrap
msgid "*warn*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:189 ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:396
msgid "The warning messages."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:190 ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:396
#, no-wrap
msgid "*welcome*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:192 ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:398
msgid "The welcome message."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:195
#, no-wrap
msgid "*FDISK_DEBUG*=all"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:197
msgid "enables fdisk debug output."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:209 ../misc-utils/findmnt.8.adoc:204
#: ../misc-utils/lsblk.8.adoc:156
msgid "use visible padding characters."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:217
msgid "mailto:kzak@redhat.com[Karel Zak], mailto:dave@gnu.org[Davidlohr Bueso]"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:219
msgid "The original version was written by Andries E. Brouwer, A. V. Le Blanc and others."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fdisk.8.adoc:226
#, no-wrap
msgid ""
"*cfdisk*(8),\n"
"*mkfs*(8),\n"
"*partx*(8),\n"
"*sfdisk*(8)\n"
msgstr ""
#. Copyright 1993, 1994, 1995 by Theodore Ts'o. All Rights Reserved.
#. This file may be copied under the terms of the GNU Public License.
#. type: Title =
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:6
#, no-wrap
msgid "fsck(8)"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:16
msgid "fsck - check and repair a Linux filesystem"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:20
#, no-wrap
msgid "*fsck* [*-lsAVRTMNP*] [*-r* [_fd_]] [*-C* [_fd_]] [*-t* _fstype_] [_filesystem_...] [*--*] [_fs-specific-options_]\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:24
#, no-wrap
msgid "*fsck* is used to check and optionally repair one or more Linux filesystems. _filesystem_ can be a device name (e.g., _/dev/hdc1_, _/dev/sdb2_), a mount point (e.g., _/_, _/usr_, _/home_), or an filesystem label or UUID specifier (e.g., UUID=8868abf6-88c5-4a83-98b8-bfc24057f7bd or LABEL=root). Normally, the *fsck* program will try to handle filesystems on different physical disk drives in parallel to reduce the total amount of time needed to check all of them.\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:26
msgid "If no filesystems are specified on the command line, and the *-A* option is not specified, *fsck* will default to checking filesystems in _/etc/fstab_ serially. This is equivalent to the *-As* options."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:28
msgid "The exit status returned by *fsck* is the sum of the following conditions:"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:29 ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:42
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:80 ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:35
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.cramfs.8.adoc:69 ../misc-utils/findfs.8.adoc:51
#: ../misc-utils/kill.1.adoc:43 ../misc-utils/kill.1.adoc:87
#: ../misc-utils/rename.1.adoc:62 ../sys-utils/chcpu.8.adoc:59
#: ../sys-utils/chmem.8.adoc:58 ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:1469
#: ../sys-utils/mountpoint.1.adoc:43 ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:95
#: ../term-utils/mesg.1.adoc:80
#, no-wrap
msgid "*0*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:31 ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:82
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.minix.8.adoc:81
msgid "No errors"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:31 ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:37
#: ../misc-utils/findfs.8.adoc:53 ../misc-utils/kill.1.adoc:89
#: ../misc-utils/rename.1.adoc:65 ../sys-utils/chcpu.8.adoc:62
#: ../sys-utils/chmem.8.adoc:61 ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:1472
#: ../sys-utils/mountpoint.1.adoc:46 ../term-utils/mesg.1.adoc:82
#, no-wrap
msgid "*1*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:33
msgid "Filesystem errors corrected"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:33 ../misc-utils/findfs.8.adoc:55
#: ../misc-utils/rename.1.adoc:68 ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:770
#: ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:1475 ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:98
#, no-wrap
msgid "*2*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:35
msgid "System should be rebooted"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:35 ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:44
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:84 ../misc-utils/rename.1.adoc:71
#: ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:1478 ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:101
#, no-wrap
msgid "*4*"
msgstr ""
#. type: delimited block _
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:37 ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:86
msgid "Filesystem errors left uncorrected"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:37 ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:46
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:88 ../disk-utils/mkfs.cramfs.8.adoc:71
#: ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:1481 ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:104
#, no-wrap
msgid "*8*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:39 ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:90
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.minix.8.adoc:83
msgid "Operational error"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:39 ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:48
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:90 ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:1484
#: ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:107
#, no-wrap
msgid "*16*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:41 ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:92
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.minix.8.adoc:85
msgid "Usage or syntax error"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:41 ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:39
#: ../schedutils/taskset.1.adoc:58 ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:1487
#: ../sys-utils/mountpoint.1.adoc:49 ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:110
#, no-wrap
msgid "*32*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:43
msgid "Checking canceled by user request"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:43
#, no-wrap
msgid "*128*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:45
msgid "Shared-library error"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:47
msgid "The exit status returned when multiple filesystems are checked is the bit-wise OR of the exit statuses for each filesystem that is checked."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:49
msgid "In actuality, *fsck* is simply a front-end for the various filesystem checkers (*fsck*._fstype_) available under Linux. The filesystem-specific checker is searched for in the *PATH* environment variable. If the *PATH* is undefined then fallback to _/sbin_."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:51
msgid "Please see the filesystem-specific checker manual pages for further details."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:54 ../disk-utils/mkfs.bfs.8.adoc:44
#: ../misc-utils/whereis.1.adoc:97
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-l*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:56
msgid "Create an exclusive *flock*(2) lock file (_/run/fsck/<diskname>.lock_) for whole-disk device. This option can be used with one device only (this means that *-A* and *-l* are mutually exclusive). This option is recommended when more *fsck* instances are executed in the same time. The option is ignored when used for multiple devices or for non-rotating disks. *fsck* does not lock underlying devices when executed to check stacked devices (e.g. MD or DM) - this feature is not implemented yet."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:57
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-r* [_fd_]"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:59
msgid "Report certain statistics for each fsck when it completes. These statistics include the exit status, the maximum run set size (in kilobytes), the elapsed all-clock time and the user and system CPU time used by the fsck run. For example:"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:61
#, no-wrap
msgid "*/dev/sda1: status 0, rss 92828, real 4.002804, user 2.677592, sys 0.86186*\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:63
msgid "GUI front-ends may specify a file descriptor _fd_, in which case the progress bar information will be sent to that file descriptor in a machine parsable format. For example:"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:65
#, no-wrap
msgid "*/dev/sda1 0 92828 4.002804 2.677592 0.86186*\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:66 ../disk-utils/mkfs.cramfs.8.adoc:59
#: ../misc-utils/whereis.1.adoc:79 ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:392
#: ../text-utils/pg.1.adoc:59
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-s*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:68
msgid "Serialize *fsck* operations. This is a good idea if you are checking multiple filesystems and the checkers are in an interactive mode. (Note: *e2fsck*(8) runs in an interactive mode by default. To make *e2fsck*(8) run in a non-interactive mode, you must either specify the *-p* or *-a* option, if you wish for errors to be corrected automatically, or the *-n* option if you do not.)"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:69
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-t* _fslist_"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:71
msgid "Specifies the type(s) of filesystem to be checked. When the *-A* flag is specified, only filesystems that match _fslist_ are checked. The _fslist_ parameter is a comma-separated list of filesystems and options specifiers. All of the filesystems in this comma-separated list may be prefixed by a negation operator '*no*' or '*!*', which requests that only those filesystems not listed in _fslist_ will be checked. If none of the filesystems in _fslist_ is prefixed by a negation operator, then only those listed filesystems will be checked."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:73
msgid "Options specifiers may be included in the comma-separated _fslist_. They must have the format **opts=**__fs-option__. If an options specifier is present, then only filesystems which contain _fs-option_ in their mount options field of _/etc/fstab_ will be checked. If the options specifier is prefixed by a negation operator, then only those filesystems that do not have _fs-option_ in their mount options field of _/etc/fstab_ will be checked."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:75
msgid "For example, if *opts=ro* appears in _fslist_, then only filesystems listed in _/etc/fstab_ with the *ro* option will be checked."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:77
msgid "For compatibility with Mandrake distributions whose boot scripts depend upon an unauthorized UI change to the *fsck* program, if a filesystem type of *loop* is found in _fslist_, it is treated as if *opts=loop* were specified as an argument to the *-t* option."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:79
msgid "Normally, the filesystem type is deduced by searching for _filesys_ in the _/etc/fstab_ file and using the corresponding entry. If the type cannot be deduced, and there is only a single filesystem given as an argument to the *-t* option, *fsck* will use the specified filesystem type. If this type is not available, then the default filesystem type (currently ext2) is used."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:80
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-A*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:82
msgid "Walk through the _/etc/fstab_ file and try to check all filesystems in one run. This option is typically used from the _/etc/rc_ system initialization file, instead of multiple commands for checking a single filesystem."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:84
msgid "The root filesystem will be checked first unless the *-P* option is specified (see below). After that, filesystems will be checked in the order specified by the _fs_passno_ (the sixth) field in the _/etc/fstab_ file. Filesystems with a _fs_passno_ value of 0 are skipped and are not checked at all. Filesystems with a _fs_passno_ value of greater than zero will be checked in order, with filesystems with the lowest _fs_passno_ number being checked first. If there are multiple filesystems with the same pass number, *fsck* will attempt to check them in parallel, although it will avoid running multiple filesystem checks on the same physical disk."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:86
#, no-wrap
msgid "*fsck* does not check stacked devices (RAIDs, dm-crypt, ...) in parallel with any other device. See below for *FSCK_FORCE_ALL_PARALLEL* setting. The _/sys_ filesystem is used to determine dependencies between devices.\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:88
msgid "Hence, a very common configuration in _/etc/fstab_ files is to set the root filesystem to have a _fs_passno_ value of 1 and to set all other filesystems to have a _fs_passno_ value of 2. This will allow *fsck* to automatically run filesystem checkers in parallel if it is advantageous to do so. System administrators might choose not to use this configuration if they need to avoid multiple filesystem checks running in parallel for some reason - for example, if the machine in question is short on memory so that excessive paging is a concern."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:90
#, no-wrap
msgid "*fsck* normally does not check whether the device actually exists before calling a filesystem specific checker. Therefore non-existing devices may cause the system to enter filesystem repair mode during boot if the filesystem specific checker returns a fatal error. The _/etc/fstab_ mount option *nofail* may be used to have *fsck* skip non-existing devices. *fsck* also skips non-existing devices that have the special filesystem type *auto*.\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:91
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-C* [_fd_]"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:93
msgid "Display completion/progress bars for those filesystem checkers (currently only for ext[234]) which support them. *fsck* will manage the filesystem checkers so that only one of them will display a progress bar at a time. GUI front-ends may specify a file descriptor _fd_, in which case the progress bar information will be sent to that file descriptor."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:94 ../schedutils/uclampset.1.adoc:68
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-M*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:96
msgid "Do not check mounted filesystems and return an exit status of 0 for mounted filesystems."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:97
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-N*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:99
msgid "Don't execute, just show what would be done."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:100
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-P*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:102
msgid "When the *-A* flag is set, check the root filesystem in parallel with the other filesystems. This is not the safest thing in the world to do, since if the root filesystem is in doubt things like the *e2fsck*(8) executable might be corrupted! This option is mainly provided for those sysadmins who don't want to repartition the root filesystem to be small and compact (which is really the right solution)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:103
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-R*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:105
msgid "When checking all filesystems with the *-A* flag, skip the root filesystem. (This is useful in case the root filesystem has already been mounted read-write.)"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:106
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-T*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:108
msgid "Don't show the title on startup."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:109
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-V*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:111
msgid "Produce verbose output, including all filesystem-specific commands that are executed."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:112
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-h*, *--help*"
msgid "*-?*, *--help*"
msgstr "*-h*, *--help*"
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:115
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-V*, *--version*"
msgid "*--version*"
msgstr "*-V*, *--version*"
#. type: Title ==
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:118
#, no-wrap
msgid "FILESYSTEM SPECIFIC OPTIONS"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:121
#, no-wrap
msgid "*Options which are not understood by fsck are passed to the filesystem-specific checker!*\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:123
msgid "These options *must* not take arguments, as there is no way for *fsck* to be able to properly guess which options take arguments and which don't."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:125
msgid "Options and arguments which follow the *--* are treated as filesystem-specific options to be passed to the filesystem-specific checker."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:127
msgid "Please note that *fsck* is not designed to pass arbitrarily complicated options to filesystem-specific checkers. If you're doing something complicated, please just execute the filesystem-specific checker directly. If you pass *fsck* some horribly complicated options and arguments, and it doesn't do what you expect, *don't bother reporting it as a bug.* You're almost certainly doing something that you shouldn't be doing with *fsck*. Options to different filesystem-specific fsck's are not standardized."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:131
msgid "The *fsck* program's behavior is affected by the following environment variables:"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:132
#, no-wrap
msgid "*FSCK_FORCE_ALL_PARALLEL*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:134
msgid "If this environment variable is set, *fsck* will attempt to check all of the specified filesystems in parallel, regardless of whether the filesystems appear to be on the same device. (This is useful for RAID systems or high-end storage systems such as those sold by companies such as IBM or EMC.) Note that the _fs_passno_ value is still used."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:135
#, no-wrap
msgid "*FSCK_MAX_INST*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:137
msgid "This environment variable will limit the maximum number of filesystem checkers that can be running at one time. This allows configurations which have a large number of disks to avoid *fsck* starting too many filesystem checkers at once, which might overload CPU and memory resources available on the system. If this value is zero, then an unlimited number of processes can be spawned. This is currently the default, but future versions of *fsck* may attempt to automatically determine how many filesystem checks can be run based on gathering accounting data from the operating system."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:138
#, no-wrap
msgid "*PATH*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:140
msgid "The *PATH* environment variable is used to find filesystem checkers."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:141
#, no-wrap
msgid "*FSTAB_FILE*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:143
msgid "This environment variable allows the system administrator to override the standard location of the _/etc/fstab_ file. It is also useful for developers who are testing *fsck*."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:144
#, no-wrap
msgid "*LIBBLKID_DEBUG=all*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:147
#, no-wrap
msgid "*LIBMOUNT_DEBUG=all*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:149 ../sys-utils/mountpoint.1.adoc:56
msgid "enables libmount debug output."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ==
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:150 ../lib/terminal-colors.d.5.adoc:134
#: ../login-utils/last.1.adoc:109 ../login-utils/login.1.adoc:137
#: ../login-utils/newgrp.1.adoc:29 ../login-utils/runuser.1.adoc:111
#: ../login-utils/su.1.adoc:119 ../misc-utils/look.1.adoc:82
#: ../misc-utils/mcookie.1.adoc:44 ../sys-utils/adjtime_config.5.adoc:50
#: ../sys-utils/ctrlaltdel.8.adoc:39 ../sys-utils/fstab.5.adoc:120
#: ../sys-utils/hwclock.8.adoc:360 ../sys-utils/losetup.8.adoc:133
#: ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:1522 ../sys-utils/readprofile.8.adoc:56
#: ../sys-utils/renice.1.adoc:71 ../sys-utils/rtcwake.8.adoc:114
#: ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:128 ../sys-utils/tunelp.8.adoc:59
#: ../sys-utils/umount.8.adoc:161 ../sys-utils/zramctl.8.adoc:76
#: ../term-utils/agetty.8.adoc:296 ../term-utils/mesg.1.adoc:87
#, no-wrap
msgid "FILES"
msgstr "SOUBORY"
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:153 ../sys-utils/fstab.5.adoc:50
#: ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:1526 ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:133
#: ../sys-utils/umount.8.adoc:166
#, no-wrap
msgid "_/etc/fstab_"
msgstr "_/etc/fstab_"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:158
msgid "mailto:tytso@mit.edu>[Theodore Ts'o], mailto:kzak@redhat.com[Karel Zak]"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.8.adoc:172
#, no-wrap
msgid ""
"*fstab*(5),\n"
"*mkfs*(8),\n"
"*fsck.ext2*(8) or *fsck.ext3*(8) or *e2fsck*(8),\n"
"*fsck.cramfs*(8),\n"
"*fsck.jfs*(8),\n"
"*fsck.nfs*(8),\n"
"*fsck.minix*(8),\n"
"*fsck.msdos*(8),\n"
"*fsck.vfat*(8),\n"
"*fsck.xfs*(8),\n"
"*reiserfsck*(8)\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Title =
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:2
#, no-wrap
msgid "fsck.cramfs(8)"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:12
msgid "fsck.cramfs - fsck compressed ROM file system"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:16
#, no-wrap
msgid "*fsck.cramfs* [options] _file_\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:20
#, no-wrap
msgid "*fsck.cramfs* is used to check the cramfs file system.\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:23 ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:56
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.bfs.8.adoc:38 ../disk-utils/partx.8.adoc:96
#: ../misc-utils/mcookie.1.adoc:39 ../misc-utils/rename.1.adoc:28
#: ../schedutils/chrt.1.adoc:101 ../schedutils/uclampset.1.adoc:83
#: ../sys-utils/blkdiscard.8.adoc:49 ../sys-utils/blkzone.8.adoc:98
#: ../sys-utils/chmem.8.adoc:49 ../sys-utils/eject.1.adoc:84
#: ../sys-utils/fallocate.1.adoc:64 ../sys-utils/hwclock.8.adoc:168
#: ../sys-utils/losetup.8.adoc:95 ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:436
#: ../sys-utils/readprofile.8.adoc:51 ../sys-utils/rtcwake.8.adoc:105
#: ../sys-utils/setarch.8.adoc:37 ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:86
#: ../sys-utils/umount.8.adoc:111 ../term-utils/mesg.1.adoc:71
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-V*, *--version*"
msgid "*-v*, *--verbose*"
msgstr "*-V*, *--version*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:25 ../disk-utils/mkfs.cramfs.8.adoc:37
msgid "Enable verbose messaging."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:26
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-b*, *--blocksize* _blocksize_"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:28
msgid "Use this blocksize, defaults to page size. Must be equal to what was set at creation time. Only used for *--extract*."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:29
#, no-wrap
msgid "*--extract*[=_directory_]"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:31
msgid "Test to uncompress the whole file system. Optionally extract contents of the _file_ to _directory_."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:32
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-a*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:34 ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:37
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.bfs.8.adoc:43 ../disk-utils/mkfs.bfs.8.adoc:46
msgid "This option is silently ignored."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:35
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-y*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ==
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:40 ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:76
#: ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:33 ../disk-utils/mkfs.bfs.8.adoc:50
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.cramfs.8.adoc:67 ../disk-utils/mkfs.minix.8.adoc:75
#: ../login-utils/chfn.1.adoc:65 ../login-utils/chsh.1.adoc:47
#: ../login-utils/lslogins.1.adoc:107 ../login-utils/runuser.1.adoc:97
#: ../login-utils/su.1.adoc:106 ../misc-utils/blkid.8.adoc:148
#: ../misc-utils/findfs.8.adoc:49 ../misc-utils/findmnt.8.adoc:182
#: ../misc-utils/kill.1.adoc:83 ../misc-utils/logger.1.adoc:185
#: ../misc-utils/lsblk.8.adoc:126 ../misc-utils/rename.1.adoc:60
#: ../sys-utils/chcpu.8.adoc:55 ../sys-utils/chmem.8.adoc:54
#: ../sys-utils/dmesg.1.adoc:173 ../sys-utils/eject.1.adoc:93
#: ../sys-utils/flock.1.adoc:88 ../sys-utils/fstrim.8.adoc:66
#: ../sys-utils/hwclock.8.adoc:342 ../sys-utils/losetup.8.adoc:120
#: ../sys-utils/lsipc.1.adoc:86 ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:1465
#: ../sys-utils/mountpoint.1.adoc:39 ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:91
#: ../sys-utils/switch_root.8.adoc:29 ../sys-utils/zramctl.8.adoc:72
#: ../term-utils/mesg.1.adoc:76 ../text-utils/hexdump.1.adoc:219
#, no-wrap
msgid "EXIT STATUS"
msgstr "NÁVRATOVÁ HODNOTA"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:44 ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:37
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.cramfs.8.adoc:71 ../misc-utils/findfs.8.adoc:53
#: ../misc-utils/kill.1.adoc:89 ../misc-utils/lsblk.8.adoc:130
#: ../sys-utils/chcpu.8.adoc:61 ../sys-utils/chmem.8.adoc:60
#: ../sys-utils/fstrim.8.adoc:70 ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:1471
#: ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:97
msgid "success"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:46
msgid "file system was left uncorrected"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:48 ../disk-utils/mkfs.cramfs.8.adoc:73
msgid "operation error, such as unable to allocate memory"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:50
msgid "usage information was printed"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.cramfs.8.adoc:55
#, no-wrap
msgid ""
"*mount*(8),\n"
"*mkfs.cramfs*(8)\n"
msgstr ""
#. Copyright 1992, 1993, 1994 Rickard E. Faith (faith@cs.unc.edu)
#. May be freely distributed.
#. type: Title =
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:6
#, no-wrap
msgid "fsck.minix(8)"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:16
msgid "fsck.minix - check consistency of Minix filesystem"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:20
#, no-wrap
msgid "*fsck.minix* [options] _device_\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:24
#, no-wrap
msgid "*fsck.minix* performs a consistency check for the Linux MINIX filesystem.\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:26
msgid "The program assumes the filesystem is quiescent. *fsck.minix* should not be used on a mounted device unless you can be sure nobody is writing to it. Remember that the kernel can write to device when it searches for files."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:28
msgid "The _device_ name will usually have the following form:"
msgstr ""
#. type: Table
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:36
#, no-wrap
msgid ""
"|/dev/hda[1-63] |IDE disk 1\n"
"|/dev/hdb[1-63] |IDE disk 2\n"
"|/dev/sda[1-15] |SCSI disk 1\n"
"|/dev/sdb[1-15] |SCSI disk 2\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: delimited block _
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:40
msgid "If the filesystem was changed, i.e., repaired, then *fsck.minix* will print \"FILE SYSTEM HAS BEEN CHANGED\" and will *sync*(2) three times before exiting. There is _no_ need to reboot after check."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ==
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:41 ../disk-utils/mkswap.8.adoc:31
#: ../misc-utils/rename.1.adoc:48
#, no-wrap
msgid "WARNING"
msgstr ""
#. type: delimited block _
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:44
#, no-wrap
msgid "*fsck.minix* should *not* be used on a mounted filesystem. Using *fsck.minix* on a mounted filesystem is very dangerous, due to the possibility that deleted files are still in use, and can seriously damage a perfectly good filesystem! If you absolutely have to run *fsck.minix* on a mounted filesystem, such as the root filesystem, make sure nothing is writing to the disk, and that no files are \"zombies\" waiting for deletion.\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: delimited block _
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:49
msgid "List all filenames."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:50
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-h*, *--help*"
msgid "*-r*, *--repair*"
msgstr "*-h*, *--help*"
#. type: delimited block _
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:52
msgid "Perform interactive repairs."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:53 ../sys-utils/rtcwake.8.adoc:36
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-f*, *--fast*"
msgid "*-a*, *--auto*"
msgstr "*-f*, *--fast*"
#. type: delimited block _
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:55
msgid "Perform automatic repairs. This option implies *--repair* and serves to answer all of the questions asked with the default. Note that this can be extremely dangerous in the case of extensive filesystem damage."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:59
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-P*, *--pty*"
msgid "*-s*, *--super*"
msgstr "*-P*, *--pty*"
#. type: delimited block _
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:61
msgid "Output super-block information."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:62
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-V*, *--version*"
msgid "*-m*, *--uncleared*"
msgstr "*-V*, *--version*"
#. type: delimited block _
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:64
msgid "Activate MINIX-like \"mode not cleared\" warnings."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:65 ../disk-utils/mkswap.8.adoc:44
#: ../disk-utils/sfdisk.8.adoc:152 ../misc-utils/wipefs.8.adoc:46
#: ../sys-utils/blkdiscard.8.adoc:31 ../sys-utils/blkzone.8.adoc:95
#: ../sys-utils/umount.8.adoc:73
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-f*, *--fast*"
msgid "*-f*, *--force*"
msgstr "*-f*, *--fast*"
#. type: delimited block _
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:67
msgid "Force a filesystem check even if the filesystem was marked as valid. Marking is done by the kernel when the filesystem is unmounted."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ==
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:70 ../term-utils/agetty.8.adoc:321
#, no-wrap
msgid "DIAGNOSTICS"
msgstr ""
#. type: delimited block _
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:73
msgid "There are numerous diagnostic messages. The ones mentioned here are the most commonly seen in normal usage."
msgstr ""
#. type: delimited block _
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:75
msgid "If the device does not exist, *fsck.minix* will print \"unable to read super block\". If the device exists, but is not a MINIX filesystem, *fsck.minix* will print \"bad magic number in super-block\"."
msgstr ""
#. type: delimited block _
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:79
msgid "The exit status returned by *fsck.minix* is the sum of the following:"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:82
#, no-wrap
msgid "*3*"
msgstr ""
#. type: delimited block _
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:84
msgid "Filesystem errors corrected, system should be rebooted if filesystem was mounted"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:86
#, no-wrap
msgid "*7*"
msgstr ""
#. type: delimited block _
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:88
msgid "Combination of exit statuses 3 and 4"
msgstr ""
#. type: delimited block _
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:97
msgid "mailto:torvalds@cs.helsinki.fi[Linus Torvalds]. Exit status values by mailto:faith@cs.unc.edu[Rik Faith] Added support for filesystem valid flag: mailto:greg%wind.uucp@plains.nodak.edu[Dr. Wettstein]. Check to prevent fsck of mounted filesystem added by mailto:quinlan@yggdrasil.com[Daniel Quinlan]. Minix v2 fs support by mailto:schwab@issan.informatik.uni-dortmund.de[Andreas Schwab], updated by mailto:janl@math.uio.no[Nicolai Langfeldt]. Portability patch by mailto:rmk@ecs.soton.ac.uk[Russell King]."
msgstr ""
#. type: delimited block _
#: ../disk-utils/fsck.minix.8.adoc:106
#, no-wrap
msgid ""
"*fsck*(8),\n"
"*fsck.ext2*(8),\n"
"*mkfs*(8),\n"
"*mkfs.ext2*(8),\n"
"*mkfs.minix*(8),\n"
"*reboot*(8)\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Title =
#: ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:2
#, no-wrap
msgid "isosize(8)"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:12
msgid "isosize - output the length of an iso9660 filesystem"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:16
#, no-wrap
msgid "*isosize* [options] _iso9660_image_file_\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:20
msgid "This command outputs the length of an iso9660 filesystem that is contained in the specified file. This file may be a normal file or a block device (e.g. _/dev/hdd_ or _/dev/sr0_). In the absence of any options (and errors), it will output the size of the iso9660 filesystem in bytes. This can now be a large number (>> 4 GB)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:23
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-f*, *--fast*"
msgid "*-x*, *--sectors*"
msgstr "*-f*, *--fast*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:25
msgid "Show the block count and block size in human-readable form. The output uses the term \"sectors\" for \"blocks\"."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:26 ../term-utils/scriptlive.1.adoc:42
#: ../term-utils/scriptreplay.1.adoc:53
#, no-wrap
msgid "*-d*, *--divisor* _number_"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:28
msgid "Only has an effect when *-x* is not given. The value shown (if no errors) is the iso9660 file size in bytes divided by _number_. So if _number_ is the block size then the shown value will be the block count."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:30
msgid "The size of the file (or block device) holding an iso9660 filesystem can be marginally larger than the actual size of the iso9660 filesystem. One reason for this is that cd writers are allowed to add \"run out\" sectors at the end of an iso9660 image."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:39
msgid "generic failure, such as invalid usage"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:41 ../sys-utils/fstrim.8.adoc:74
msgid "all failed"
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:41 ../misc-utils/kill.1.adoc:91
#: ../misc-utils/rename.1.adoc:74 ../sys-utils/chcpu.8.adoc:65
#: ../sys-utils/chmem.8.adoc:64 ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:1490
#: ../sys-utils/swapon.8.adoc:113
#, no-wrap
msgid "*64*"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/isosize.8.adoc:43
msgid "some failed"
msgstr ""
#. type: Title =
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:2
#, no-wrap
msgid "mkfs(8)"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:12
msgid "mkfs - build a Linux filesystem"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:16
#, no-wrap
msgid "*mkfs* [options] [*-t* _type_] [_fs-options_] _device_ [_size_]\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:20
#, no-wrap
msgid "*This mkfs frontend is deprecated in favour of filesystem specific mkfs.<type> utils.*\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:22
#, no-wrap
msgid "*mkfs* is used to build a Linux filesystem on a device, usually a hard disk partition. The _device_ argument is either the device name (e.g., _/dev/hda1_, _/dev/sdb2_), or a regular file that shall contain the filesystem. The _size_ argument is the number of blocks to be used for the filesystem.\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:24
msgid "The exit status returned by *mkfs* is 0 on success and 1 on failure."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:26
msgid "In actuality, *mkfs* is simply a front-end for the various filesystem builders (**mkfs.**__fstype__) available under Linux. The filesystem-specific builder is searched for via your *PATH* environment setting only. Please see the filesystem-specific builder manual pages for further details."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:31
msgid "Specify the _type_ of filesystem to be built. If not specified, the default filesystem type (currently ext2) is used."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:32
#, no-wrap
msgid "_fs-options_"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:34
msgid "Filesystem-specific options to be passed to the real filesystem builder."
msgstr ""
#. type: Labeled list
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:35
#, fuzzy, no-wrap
#| msgid "*-V*, *--version*"
msgid "*-V*, *--verbose*"
msgstr "*-V*, *--version*"
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:37
msgid "Produce verbose output, including all filesystem-specific commands that are executed. Specifying this option more than once inhibits execution of any filesystem-specific commands. This is really only useful for testing."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:40
msgid "(Option *-V* will display version information only when it is the only parameter, otherwise it will work as *--verbose*.)"
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ==
#: ../disk-utils/mkfs.8.adoc:41 ../disk-utils/raw.8.adoc:51
#: ../login-utils/login.1.adoc:151 ../login-utils/utmpdump.1.adoc:67
#: ../misc-utils/cal.1.adoc:153 ../misc-utils/getopt.1.adoc:141
#: ../misc-utils/hardlink.1.adoc:129 ../misc-utils/mcookie.1.adoc:50
#: ../misc-utils/namei.1.adoc:61 ../sys-utils/lscpu.1.adoc:89
#: ../sys-utils/mount.8.adoc:1548 ../sys-utils/readprofile.8.adoc:67
#: ../term-utils/agetty.8.adoc:313 ../term-utils/script.1.adoc:155
#: ../term-utils/setterm.1.adoc:163 ../text-utils/colcrt.1.adoc:70
#: ../text-utils/column.1.adoc:145 ../text-utils/ul.1.adoc:76
#, no-wrap
msgid "BUGS"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text