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       bxcommit - Interactive Tool to Commit Redologs into flat Disk Images for Bochs


       bxcommit [options] [flat_filename] [redolog_filename]


       Bxcommit  is  an  easy  to  use  console based tool for committing redologs into flat disk
       images, particularly  for  use with  Bochs.  It  is completely  interactive if no  command
       line  arguments   are  used.  It can be switched to a non-interactive mode if all required
       parameters are given in the command line.


       When you run  bxcommit  without  one  of  the  following  options,  it  will   appear   in
       interactive  mode and  ask   for  all required parameters to do the commit.

              commit undoable redolog to flat file

              create flat disk image from growing disk image

       -d     delete redolog file after commit

       -q     quiet mode (don't prompt for user input)

       --help display this help and exit

       The  first filename parameter specifies the name of the flat image that will be created or
       modified. The second one specifies the name of the redolog.


       This program  is distributed  under the terms of the  GNU Lesser General Public License as
       published   by   the   Free  Software   Foundation.   See   the   COPYING file located  in
       /usr/local/share/doc/bochs/ for details on the license and the lack of warranty.


       The latest version of this program can be found at:


       bochs(1), bochsrc(5), bochs-dlx(1), bximage(1)

       The Bochs IA-32 Emulator site on the World Wide Web:

       Online Bochs Documentation


       Bxcommit  was written  by Christophe Bothamy, based on Bochs bximage tool source code.


       Please   report  all   bugs  to  the  bug  tracker   on   our   web  site.  Just   go   to, and click "Bug Reports" on the sidebar under "Feedback."

       Provide a detailed description of the bug, the version of the program you are running, the
       operating system you are running the program on  and  the   operating    system   you  are
       running in the emulator.