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wimlib-imagex-info - Display information about a WIM file, or change information about an
wimlib-imagex info WIMFILE [IMAGE [NEW_NAME [NEW_DESC]]] [OPTION...]
wimlib-imagex info displays information about WIMFILE, and optionally changes which image
is bootable, or what the name and description of an image are. This command is also
available as simply wiminfo if the appropriate hard link or batch file has been installed.
If neither an image nor any flags other than --check are specified, some basic information
about the WIM archive as well as information about the images contained in it will be
printed. If an image is specified by IMAGE (as a 1-based image index or an image name),
the printed information is restricted to that concerning the specified image.
Changes to the WIM are made if NEW_NAME and/or --boot and/or --image-property are
specified. NEW_NAME is taken to be the new name of the image specified by IMAGE while
NEW_DESC is taken to be its new description. If NEW_DESC is not specified, the image's
description is unchanged.
wimlib-imagex info does not support modifying a split WIM, although you may display
information about one.
Indicates that the specified image is to be made the bootable image of the WIM
When reading WIMFILE, verify its integrity if the integrity table is present;
additionally if an action that requires modifying the WIM archive is specified,
include an integrity table in the modified WIM. If this option is not specified and
WIMFILE is modified, an integrity table will be included in the modified WIM if and
only if there was one before.
If an action that requires modifying the WIM archive is specified, do not include an
integrity table in the modified WIM. If this option is not specified and WIMFILE is
modified, an integrity table will be included in the modified WIM if and only if
there was one before.
Extracts the raw data from the XML resource in the WIM file to FILE. Note: the XML
data will be encoded using UTF-16LE, and it will begin with a byte-order mark.
Shows detailed information from the WIM header.
Prints information about all the blobs ("file data") in the WIM. A WIM file stores
only one copy of each unique blob.
--xml Prints the raw XML data from the WIM. Note: the XML data will be encoded using
UTF-16LE, and it will begin with a byte-order mark.
Set an arbitrary per-image property in the XML document of the WIM file. NAME is an
element path such as "WINDOWS/VERSION/MAJOR", and VALUE is the string to place in
the element, such as "10". See the documentation for this option to wimlib-imagex
capture (1) for more details. This option may be specified multiple times.
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