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HASHDIG-FILTER(1)	     HashDig Documentation	     HASHDIG-FILTER(1)

NAME
       hashdig-filter.pl - Filter filenames by directory type

SYNOPSIS
       hashdig-filter.pl [-p prefix] file [file	...]

DESCRIPTION
       This utility filters filenames by directory type. Input is expected to
       be one or more files created by hashdig-bind(1).	Output is written to a
       set of files, in	the current working directory, having the following
       format:

	   category|hash|name

       The naming convention for output	files is:

	   <filename>.{bin|dev|etc|lib|kernel|man|other}

       Any input that does not match one of the	defined	filters	is written to
       the 'other' file.

OPTIONS
       -p prefix
	   Specifies a prefix to prepend to each directory type. A prefix is
	   useful when subject filenames are not rooted	at "/".	This could
	   happen, for example,	when backups are restored to a temporary work
	   area	or a subject's root file system	is mounted on a	forensic
	   workstation.	Trailing slashes are automatically pruned from the
	   supplied prefix.

CAVEATS
       Currently, this program is only useful for filtering UNIX filenames.

AUTHOR
       Klayton Monroe

SEE ALSO
       hashdig-bind(1)

LICENSE
       All documentation and code are distributed under	same terms and
       conditions as FTimes.

perl v5.24.1			  2017-07-02		     HASHDIG-FILTER(1)

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