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BlackPixelOfScreen(3), WhitePixelOfScreen(3), CellsOfScreen(3), DefaultColormapOfScreen(3), DefaultDepthOfScreen(3), DefaultGCOfScreen(3), DefaultVisualOfScreen(3), DoesBackingStore(3), DoesSaveUnders(3), DisplayOfScreen(3), XScreenNumberOfScreen(3), EventMaskOfScreen(3), HeightOfScreen(3), HeightMMOfScreen(3), MaxCmapsOfScreen(3), MinCmapsOfScreen(3), PlanesOfScreen(3), RootWindowOfScreen(3), WidthOfScreen(3), WidthMMOfScreen(3)
screen information functions and macros
EZ_GetItemWidth(3), EZ_GetItemHeight(3), EZ_GetItemDimension(3), EZ_GetItemPosition(3), EZ_SetItemDimension(3), EZ_SetItemHeight(3), EZ_SetItemPosition(3), EZ_SetItemWidth(3)
set/retrieve the geometry of a display item
EZ_GetWidgetGeometry(3), EZ_GetWidgetPosition(3), EZ_GetWidgetWidth(3), EZ_GetWidgetHeight(3), EZ_GetWidgetBorderWidth(3), EZ_GetWidgetDimension(3), EZ_GetWidgetMinDimension(3), EZ_GetWidgetMinHeight(3), EZ_GetWidgetMinWidth(3)
retrieve the geometry of a widget
EZ_SetLcdFontSize(3)
set the font width of an LCD widget
EZ_SetWidgetPosition(3), EZ_SetWidgetWidth(3), EZ_SetWidgetHeight(3)
set the geometry of a widget
ImageByteOrder(3), BitmapBitOrder(3), BitmapPad(3), BitmapUnit(3), DisplayHeight(3), DisplayHeightMM(3), DisplayWidth(3), DisplayWidthMM(3), XListPixmapFormats(3), XPixmapFormatValues(3)
image format functions and macros
MP4GetTrackVideoWidth(3)
Get the video width in pixels of the specified video track
PS_setlinewidth(3)
Sets width of a line
PS_stringwidth(3)
Get width of a string
PS_stringwidth2(3)
Gets width of a string
PS_symbol_width(3)
Get width of a glyph
RkCvtHan(3), RkCvtHan / RkwCvtHan(3)
convert double-width symbols, alphanumeric characters, hiragana, and katakana to single-width characters
RkCvtHira(3)
convert double-width katakana to double-width hiragana
RkCvtKana(3)
convert double-width hiragana to double-width katakana
RkCvtZen(3)
convert ASCII characters and single-width katakana to double-width characters
SDL_SetVideoMode(3)
Set up a video mode with the specified width, height and bits-per-pixel
Smokeping_probes_FTPtransfer(3), Smokeping::probes::FTPtransfer(3)
intrusive bandwidth probe
SoSpotLightDragger(3iv)
spotlight shaped dragger that allows you to change position, direction, and width of the beam
SoSpotLightManip(3iv)
spotlight node with 3D interface for editing location, direction, and beam width
TIFFDataWidth(3tiff)
Get the size of TIFF data types
XConfigureWindow(3), XMoveWindow(3), XResizeWindow(3), XMoveResizeWindow(3), XSetWindowBorderWidth(3), XWindowChanges(3)
configure windows and window changes structure
XTextWidth(3), XTextWidth16(3)
compute text width
XkbKeyGroupWidth(3)
Computes the width of the type associated with the group grp for the key corresponding to keycode
XkbKeyGroupsWidth(3)
Computes the maximum width associated with the key corresponding to keycode
XmStringWidth(3)
A compound string function that returns the width of the widest line in a compound string "XmStringWidth" "compound string functions" "XmStringWidth"
aa_imgwidth(3)
returns width of the emulated image in pixels
aa_mmwidth(3)
returns width of the output screen in millimeters
aa_scrwidth(3)
returns width of the output screen in characters
al_get_bitmap_width(3)
Allegro 5 API
al_get_display_width(3)
Allegro 5 API
al_get_text_width(3)
Allegro 5 API
al_get_ustr_width(3)
Allegro 5 API
al_utf16_width(3)
Allegro 5 API
al_utf8_width(3)
Allegro 5 API
bmon(8)
bandwidth monitor and rate estimator
bw_mem(8)
time memory bandwidth
bw_unix(8)
UNIX pipe bandwidth
bwm-ng(1)
Bandwidth Monitor NG (Next Generation), a live bandwidth monitor for network and disk io
bwping(8), bwping and bwping6 are tools to measure bandwidth and response times between two hosts using Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) echo request/echo reply mechanism. bwping deals with IPv4 networks(8), while bwping6(8)
with IPv6 networks
bwping6(8), bwping and bwping6 are tools to measure bandwidth and response times between two hosts using Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) echo request/echo reply mechanism. bwping deals with IPv4 networks(8), while bwping6(8)
with IPv6 networks
cstream(1)
direct data streams, with bandwidth limiting, FIFO, audio, duplication and extended reporting support
eq(3), ecq(3)
string equality test. countchar, countchar2, countstr count characters and strings within the string. replace, replace_detach, limittextwidth miscellaneous text functions
gfold(1), fold(1)
wrap each input line to fit in specified width
glLineWidth(3), "glLineWidth(3)
specify the width of rasterized lines
gl_setcontextwidth(3), gl_setcontextheight(3)
set the dimension of a context
glutBitmapWidth(3)
returns the width of a bitmap character, glutBitmapLength returns the length of a bitmap font string
glutSolidTeapot(3), glutWireTeapot(3)
render a solid or wireframe teapot respectively
glutSolidTetrahedron(3), glutWireTetrahedron(3)
render a solid or wireframe tetrahedron (4-sided regular solid) respectively
glutSolidTorus(3), glutWireTorus(3)
render a solid or wireframe torus (doughnut) respectively
glutStrokeWidth(3)
returns the width of a stroke character, glutStrokeLength returns the length of a stroke font string
iftop(8)
display bandwidth usage on an interface by host
imgsizer(1)
automatically splice in height and width params for HTML IMG tags
mdraw_text_extents(3m17n)
Compute text pixel width
midtotcl(1)
create the tclmidi commands that will generate a MIDI file
ncidtools(7)
NCID tools overview
panda_setlinewidth(3)
sets the width of the line that we are drawing
pcdbtrf(l), PCDBTRF(l)
compute a LU factorization of an N-by-N complex banded diagonally dominant-like distributed matrix with bandwidth BWL, BWU
pcgbtrf(l), PCGBTRF(l)
compute a LU factorization of an N-by-N complex banded distributed matrix with bandwidth BWL, BWU
pcpbtrf(l), PCPBTRF(l)
compute a Cholesky factorization of an N-by-N complex banded symmetric positive definite distributed matrix with bandwidth BW
pddbtrf(l), PDDBTRF(l)
compute a LU factorization of an N-by-N real banded diagonally dominant-like distributed matrix with bandwidth BWL, BWU
pdgbtrf(l), PDGBTRF(l)
compute a LU factorization of an N-by-N real banded distributed matrix with bandwidth BWL, BWU
pdpbtrf(l), PDPBTRF(l)
compute a Cholesky factorization of an N-by-N real banded symmetric positive definite distributed matrix with bandwidth BW
ppd_get_page_length(3), ppd_get_page_size(3), ppd_get_page_width(3)
set of functions for retrieving the page dimension from a PPD file
psdbtrf(l), PSDBTRF(l)
compute a LU factorization of an N-by-N real banded diagonally dominant-like distributed matrix with bandwidth BWL, BWU
psgbtrf(l), PSGBTRF(l)
compute a LU factorization of an N-by-N real banded distributed matrix with bandwidth BWL, BWU
pspbtrf(l), PSPBTRF(l)
compute a Cholesky factorization of an N-by-N real banded symmetric positive definite distributed matrix with bandwidth BW
puzzle_set(3), puzzle_set_max_width(3), puzzle_set_max_height(3), puzzle_set_lambdas(3), puzzle_set_p_ratio(3), puzzle_set_noise_cutoff(3), puzzle_set_contrast_barrier_for_cropping(3), puzzle_set_max_cropping_ratio(3), puzzle_set_autocrop(3)
set tunables for libpuzzle functions
pvm_tidtohost(3)
Returns the host of the specified PVM process
pzdbtrf(l), PZDBTRF(l)
compute a LU factorization of an N-by-N complex banded diagonally dominant-like distributed matrix with bandwidth BWL, BWU
pzgbtrf(l), PZGBTRF(l)
compute a LU factorization of an N-by-N complex banded distributed matrix with bandwidth BWL, BWU
pzpbtrf(l), PZPBTRF(l)
compute a Cholesky factorization of an N-by-N complex banded symmetric positive definite distributed matrix with bandwidth BW
rabin2(1)
Binary program info extractor Apr 2, 2013 SYNOPSIS rabin2 Fl ACeigsSMzIHlRrLxvVh Fl a Ar arch Fl b Ar bits Fl B Ar addr Fl c Ar fmt:C:[D] Fl f Ar subbin Fl O Ar str Fl o Ar str Fl m Ar addr Fl @ Ar addr Fl n Ar str file DESCRIPTION This program allows you to get information about ELF/PE/MZ and CLASS files in a simple way. -tag -width Fl Fl A List archs Fl a Ar arch Set arch (x86, arm, .. accepts underscore for bits x86_32) Fl b Ar bits Set bits (32, 64, ...) Fl B Ar addr Override baddr Fl c Ar [fmt:C[:D]] Create [elf,mach0,pe] for arm and x86-32/64 tiny binaries where 'C' is an hexpair list of the code bytes and ':D' is an optional concatenation to describe the bytes for the data section. Fl C List classes Fl e Show entrypoints for disk and on-memory Fl f Ar subbin Select sub-binary architecture. Useful for fat-mach0 binaries Fl g Same as -SMRevsiz (Show all possible information). See -r Fl i Show imports (symbols imported from libraries) Fl s Show exported symbols Fl S Show sections Fl M Show address of 'main' symbol Fl z Show strings inside .data section (like gnu strings does) Fl I Show binary info Fl H Show header fields Fl l List linked libraries to the binary Fl R Show realocations Fl O Ar str Write/extract operations (-O help) Fl o Ar str Output file/folder for write operations (out by default) Fl r Show output in radare format Fl v Display virtual addressing offsets Fl m Ar addr Show source line reference from a given address Fl L List supported bin plugins Fl @ Ar addr Show information (symbol, section, import) of the given address Fl n Ar str Show information (symbol, section, import) at string offset Fl x Extract all sub binaries from a fat binary (f.ex: fatmach0) Fl V Show version information Fl h Show usage help message. EXAMPLES List symbols of a program $ rabin2 -s a.out Get offset of symbol $ rabin2 -n _main a.out Get entrypoint $ rabin2 -e a.out Load symbols and imports from radare .!rabin2 -vrsi a.out SEE ALSO rahash2(1) , rafind2(1) , radare2(1) , radiff2(1) , rasm2(1) , rax2(1) , rsc2(1) , ragg2(1) , rarun2(1) , AUTHORS pancake <pancake@nopcode.org>, nibble <nibble@develsec.org>
radare2(1)
Advanced commandline hexadecimal editor, disassembler and debugger Apr 2, 2013 SYNOPSIS radare2 Fl a Ar arch Fl b Ar bits Fl B Ar baddr Fl c Ar cmd Fl e Ar k=v Fl i Ar file Fl k Ar kernel Fl p Ar project Fl P Ar patch Fl s Ar addr Fl AdDwntLqv file DESCRIPTION radare2 is a commandline hexadecimal editor. "r2" is the alias program name for radare2. This manpage is not updated yet. Feel free to contribute. The options are: -tag -width Fl Fl a Ar arch force asm.arch (x86, ppc, arm, mips, bf, java, ...) Fl A run 'aa' command before prompt or patch to analyze all referenced code Fl b Ar bits force asm.bits (16, 32, 64) Fl B Ar baddr Specify the base address to be used when loading a new binary. See 'e?bin.baddr' Fl c Ar cmd Execute the given command before giving prompt Fl d Start in debugger mode Fl D Ar dbg.backend Enable debug mode. Set cfg.debug=true Fl e Ar k=v Set configuration eval variable key=value. For example -e scr.color=false Fl f Blocksize = file size Fl i Ar file Run script file Fl k Ar kernel Select kernel (asm.os) for syscall resolution Fl l Ar plugfile Load given plugin file Fl L List supported IO plugins. Fl n Do not load user settings/projects from ~/.radare2rc and ~/.config/radare2/. Fl N Do not perform any analysis (r_bin). Just load the raw file. Fl q Quiet mode (no prompt) Fl p Ar prj Set project file Fl P Ar file Apply rapatch file and quit Fl s Ar addr Start seeking at this address Fl t Get binary information using a thread Fl v Show version information and exits. Fl w Open in write mode Fl h Show help message Fl H Show files and environment help SHELL Type '?' for help. VISUAL To enter visual mode use the 'V' command. Then press '?' for help. DEBUGGER In r2 the debugger commands are implemented under the 'd' command. Type 'd?' for help. ENVIRONMENT These values can be used from scripts launched from inside radare ('!' command) FILE path to the current working file SEE ALSO rahash2(1) , rafind2(1) , rabin2(1) , radiff2(1) , rasm2(1) , rax2(1) , ragg2(1) , rarun2(1) , AUTHORS pancake <pancake@nopcode.org>, nibble <nibble@develsec.org>
radiff2(1)
unified binary diffing utility Apr 2, 2013 SYNOPSIS radiff2 Fl cCOdrspvh Fl t Ar 0-100 Fl g Ar sym file1 file2 DESCRIPTION radiff2 implements many binary diffing algorithms for data and code. -tag -width Fl Fl c Count number of differences. Fl C Graphdiff code instead of data Fl O Do code diffing with all bytes instead of just the fixed opcode bytes Fl t Ar 0-100 Choose matching threshold for binary code diffing Fl d Use delta diffing (slower). Fl g Ar sym Graph diff output of given symbol Fl r Output in radare commands as a binary patch. Fl s Calculate text distance from two files. Fl p Use physical addressing (io.va=0) Fl v Show version information. Fl h Show usage help message. SEE ALSO radare2(1) , rafind2(1) , rahash2(1) , rabin2(1) , rasm2(1) , ragg2(1) , rarun2(1) , rax2(1) , AUTHORS pancake <pancake@nopcode.org>, nibble <nibble@develsec.org>
rafind2(1)
Advanced commandline hexadecimal editor Apr 2, 2013 SYNOPSIS rafind2 Fl zZXnrhv Fl b Ar size Fl f Ar from Fl t Ar to Fl [m|s|e] Ar str Fl x Ar hex file DESCRIPTION rafind2 is a program to find byte patterns into files The options are: -tag -width Fl Fl z Search for zero-terminated strings Fl s Ar str Search for a specific string Fl e Ar regex Search for a regular expression string matches Fl x Ar hex Search for an hexpair string Fl m Ar mask Set binary mask to be applied Fl f Ar from Specify the source adddress Fl t Ar to Specify the target adddress Fl X Display hexdump of search results Fl Z Display zero-terminated strings results Fl n Do not stop the search when a read error occurs Fl r Show output in radare commands Fl b Ar size Define block size Fl h Show help message Fl v Print version and exit SEE ALSO radare2(1) , rahash2(1) , rabin2(1) , radiff2(1) , rasm2(1) , ragg2(1) , rarun2(1) , rax2(1) , AUTHORS pancake <pancake@nopcode.org>, nibble <nibble@develsec.org>
ragg2(1)
radare2 utility to run programs in exotic environments Apr 2, 2013 SYNOPSIS ragg2 Fl a Ar arch Fl b Ar bits Fl k Ar kernel Fl f Ar format Fl o Ar file Fl i Ar shellcode Fl I Ar path Fl e Ar encoder Fl B Ar hexpairs Fl c Ar k=v Fl C Ar file Fl d Ar off:dword Fl D Ar off:qword Fl w Ar off:hexpair Fl p Ar padding Fl FOLsrxvh DESCRIPTION ragg2 is a frontend for r_egg, compile programs into tiny binaries for x86-32/64 and arm. This tool is experimental and it is a rewrite of the old rarc2 and rarc2-tool programs as a library and integrated with r_asm and r_bin. Programs generated by r_egg are relocatable and can be injected in a running process or on-disk binary file. ragg2-cc is another tool that comes with r2 and it is used to generate shellcodes from C code. The final code can be linked with rabin2 and it is relocatable, so it can be used to inject it on any remote process. ragg2-cc is conceptually based on shellforge4, but only linux/osx x86-32/64 platforms are supported. DIRECTIVES The rr2 (ragg2) configuration file accepts the following directives, described as key=value entries and comments defined as lines starting with '#'. -tag -width Fl Fl a Ar arch set architecture x86, arm Fl b Ar bits 32 or 64 Fl k Ar kernel windows, linux or osx Fl f Ar format select binary format (pe, elf, mach0) Fl o Ar file output file to write result of compilation Fl i Ar shellcode specify shellcode name to be used (see -L) Fl e Ar encoder specify encoder name to be used (see -L) Fl B Ar hexpair specify shellcode as hexpairs Fl c Ar k=v set configure option for the shellcode encoder. The argument must be key=value. Fl C Ar file include contents of file Fl d Ar off:dword Patch final buffer with given dword at specified offset Fl D Ar off:qword Patch final buffer with given qword at specified offset Fl w Ar off:hexpairs Patch final buffer with given hexpairs at specified offset Fl p Ar padding Specify generic paddings with a format string. Fl F autodetect native file format (osx=mach0, linux=elf, ..) Fl O use default output file (filename without extension or a.out) Fl I Ar path add include path Fl s show assembler code Fl x execute (just-in-time) EXAMPLE $ cat hi.r /* hello world in r_egg */ write@syscall(4); exit@syscall(1); main@global(128) { .var0 = "hi!
ragg2-cc(1)
CC frontend for compiling shellcodes Apr 2, 2013 SYNOPSIS ragg2-cc Fl a Ar arch Fl b Ar bits Fl k Ar kernel Fl o Ar file Fl dscxvh DESCRIPTION ragg2-cc is a frontend of CC. It is used to creates tiny binaries (1KB) or shellcodes in binary or hexpairs from a C source. The compiler used is the one configured by the CC environment. This has been tested with gcc, llvm-gcc and clang. Uses sflib (shellforge4) includes to get the syscall definitions. Only linux/darwin x86-32/64 is supported at the moment. Planned support for more architectures. OPTIONS -tag -width Fl Fl a Ar arch set architecture x86, arm Fl b Ar bits 32 or 64 Fl k Ar kernel windows, linux or osx Fl o Ar file output file to write result of compilation Fl h show help message Fl v show version Fl d show assembler code Fl s generate assembly file Fl c generate compiled shellcode Fl x show hexpair bytes EXAMPLE $ cat hi.c int main() { write (1, "Hello World
rahash2(1), hasher2(1)
block based hashing utility Apr 2, 2013 SYNOPSIS hasher2 Fl hBrkv Fl a Ar algorithm Fl b Ar size Fl s Ar string Fl i Ar iterations Fl S Ar seed Fl f Ar from Fl t Ar to [file] ... DESCRIPTION This program is part of the radare project. Hasher allows you to calculate, check and show the hash values of each block of a target file. The block size is 32768 bytes by default. It's allowed to hash from stdin using '-' as a target file. You can hash big files by hashing each block and later determine what part of it has been modified. Useful for filesystem analysis. This command can be used to calculate hashes of a certain part of a file or a command line passed string. This is the command used by the '#' command of radare. -tag -width Fl Fl a Ar algo Select an algorithm for the hashing. Valid values are md5, crc32 and sha1 Fl b Ar blocksize Define the block size Fl i Ar iters Apply the hash Iters times to itself+seed Fl B Show per-block hash Fl k Show result using OpenSSH's VisualHostKey randomart algorithm Fl s Ar string Hash this string instead of using the 'source' and 'hash-file' arguments. Fl S Ar [^]s:string|hexstr Set seed to hash with, use ^to prefix seed, otherwise its suffixed. Fl f Ar from Start hashing at given address Fl t Ar to Stop hashing at given address Fl r Show output in radare commands Fl v Show version information Fl h Show usage help message. SEE ALSO radare2(1) , rafind2(1) , rahash2(1) , rabin2(1) , radiff2(1) , rasm2(1) , ragg2(1) , rarun2(1) , rax2(1) , AUTHORS pancake <pancake@nopcode.org>, nibble <nibble@develsec.org>
rarun2(1)
radare2 utility to run programs in exotic environments Apr 2, 2013 SYNOPSIS rarun2 [script.rr2] DESCRIPTION This program is used as a launcher for running programs with different environment, arguments, permissions, directories and overridden default filedescriptors. The program just accepts a single argument which is the filename of the configuration file to run the program. It is useful when you have to run a program using long arguments or pass long data to stdin or things like that usually required for exploiting crackmes :) DIRECTIVES The rr2 (rarun2) configuration file accepts the following directives, described as key=value entries and comments defined as lines starting with '#'. -tag -width Fl Ar program path to program to be executed Ar stdout select file to replace stdout file descriptor Ar stdin select file to read data from stdin Ar input set string to be passed to the program via stdin Ar chdir change directory before executing the program Ar chroot run the program in chroot. requires some previous setup Ar preload preload a library (not supported on Windows, only linux,osx,bsd) Ar setuid set process uid Ar seteuid set effective process uid Ar setgid set process group id Ar setegid set effective process group id Ar setenv set value for given environment variable Ar arg[0-3] set value for argument N passed to the program EXAMPLES Sample rarun2 script $ cat foo.rr2 #!/usr/bin/rarun2 program=./pp400 arg0=10 stdin=foo.txt chdir=/tmp #chroot=. ./foo.rr2 Connecting a program to a socket $ nc -l 9999 $ rarun2 program=/bin/ls connect=localhost:9999 Debugging a program redirecting io to another terminal ## open a new terminal and type 'tty' to get $ tty ; clear ; sleep 999999 /dev/ttyS010 ## in another terminal run r2 $ r2 -d rarun2 program=/bin/ls stdio=/dev/ttys010 SEE ALSO radare2(1) , rahash2(1) , rafind2(1) , rabin2(1) , radiff2(1) , ragg2(1) , rasm2(1) , AUTHORS pancake <pancake@nopcode.org>
rasm2(1)
radare2 assembler and disassembler tool Jun 25, 2013 SYNOPSIS rasm2 Fl dDfBCLevw Fl F Ar in:out Fl o Ar offset Fl a Ar arch Fl b Ar bits Fl c Ar cpu Fl s Ar syntax Fl i Ar int Fl l Ar int ARG DESCRIPTION This tool uses r_asm to assemble and disassemble files or hexpair strings. It supports a large list of architectures which can be listed using the -L flag. -tag -width Fl Fl a Ar arch Set architecture plugin Fl b Ar bits Set architecture bits Fl B Binary input/output (-l is mandatory for binary input) Fl c Ar cpu Select specific CPU (depends on -a arch) Fl C Output in C format Fl d Disassemble hexpair bytes. rasm2 -d 9090 Fl D Disassemble showing hexpair and opcode Fl e Use big endian (or swap endianness if used more than once) Fl f Read data from file instead of ARG. Fl F Ar in:out Specify input and/or output filters (att2intel, x86.pseudo, ...) Fl h Show usage help message. Fl l Ar int Input/Output length Fl i Ar int Ignore/skip N bytes from the begining of the input buffer Fl L List supported asm plugins Fl o Ar offset Offset of the opcode to assemble (default is 0) Fl s Ar syntax Select syntax output (intel, att) Fl w Describe opcode (whats op) EXAMPLES Assemble opcode: $ rasm2 -a x86 -b 32 'mov eax, 33' Disassemble opcode: $ rasm2 -d 90 SEE ALSO radare2(1) , rafind2(1) , rahash2(1) , rabin2(1) , radiff2(1) , ragg2(1) , rarun2(1) , rax2(1) , AUTHORS pancake <pancake@nopcode.org>, nibble <nibble@develsec.org>
rax2(1)
radare base converter Apr 11, 2013 SYNOPSIS rax2 Fl ebBsSvxkh [expr] ... DESCRIPTION This command is part of the radare project. This command allows you to convert values between positive and negative integer, float octal, binary and hexadecimal values. OPTIONS -tag -width Fl Fl b Convert from binary string to caracter (rax2 -b 01000101) Fl B Keep de same base as the input data Fl e Swap endian. Fl k Show randomart key asciiart for values or hexpairs Fl s Convert from hex string to caracter (rax2 -s 43 4a 50) Fl S Convert from hex string to caracter (rax2 -S C J P) Fl u Convert given value to human readable units format Fl v Show program version Fl x Convert a string into a hash Fl h Show usage help message USAGE Available variable types are: int -> hex rax2 10 hex -> int rax2 0xa -int -> hex rax2 -77 -hex -> int rax2 0xffffffb3 int -> bin rax2 b30 bin -> int rax2 1010d float -> hex rax2 3.33f hex -> float rax2 Fx40551ed8 oct -> hex rax2 35o hex -> oct rax2 Ox12 (O is a letter) bin -> hex rax2 1100011b hex -> bin rax2 Bx63 With no arguments, rax2 reads values from stdin. You can pass one or more values as arguments. $ rax2 33 0x41 0101b 0x21 65 0x5 You can do 'unpack' hexpair encoded strings easily. $ rax2 -s 41 42 43 ABC And it supports some math operations. $ rax2 0x5*101b+5 30 It is very useful tool for scripting, so you can read floating point values, or get the integer offset of a jump or a stack delta when analyzing programs. SEE ALSO radare2(1) , rahash2(1) , rafind2(1) , rabin2(1) , radiff2(1) , ragg2(1) , rarun2(1) , rasm2(1) , AUTHORS pancake <pancake@nopcode.org>, nibble <nibble@develsec.org>
srec_idt(5)
IDT/sim binary file format require_index { }
svidtune(6)
tunes svgalib modes
tcpspray(1)
TCP/IP bandwidth measurement tool (Discard and Echo client)
tixGrid(n)
Create and manipulate Tix Grid widgets -background -borderWidth -cursor -font -foreground -height -highlightColor -highlightThickness -relief -selectBackground -selectForeground -width -xScrollCommand -yScrollCommand '"
trafd(8), -(8)
-tag -width 9n -compact trafd ip traffic collector daemon. trafdump Script to dump current traffic to disk. trafsave Script to save current traffic to disk. trafstart Startup script for trafd. trafstop Shutgown script for trafd. trafd.sh Start/stop script for trafd, placed to the local startup directory ( */rc.d)
trickle(1)
a lightweight userspace bandwidth shaper
trickled(8)
userspace bandwidth manager daemon
ucwidth(3)
Low level helper function for testing Unicode text data. Allegro game programming library
uwidth(3)
Low level helper function for testing Unicode text data. Allegro game programming library
uwidth_max(3)
Number of bytes a character can occupy. Allegro game programming library
vga_setlogicalwidth(3)
set the logical scanline width
xvidtune(1)
video mode tuner for Xorg
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