Difference between revisions of "Fine Free File Command"

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|purpose=This is the home page for the open source implementation of the file(1) command that ships with every free operating system (OpenBSD,  Linux,  NetBSD,  FreeBSD,  etc.
 
|purpose=This is the home page for the open source implementation of the file(1) command that ships with every free operating system (OpenBSD,  Linux,  NetBSD,  FreeBSD,  etc.
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|homepage=http://www.darwinsys.com/file/
 
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= Description =
 
= Description =
 
This is the home page for the open source implementation of the file(1) command that ships with every free operating system (OpenBSD,  Linux,  NetBSD,  FreeBSD,  etc.) and has been ported to most systems where people use free software (including OS/2,  DOS,  MS Windows,  etc.).  
 
This is the home page for the open source implementation of the file(1) command that ships with every free operating system (OpenBSD,  Linux,  NetBSD,  FreeBSD,  etc.) and has been ported to most systems where people use free software (including OS/2,  DOS,  MS Windows,  etc.).  
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= Development Activity =
 
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Revision as of 14:33, 22 April 2021





This is the home page for the open source implementation of the file(1) command that ships with every free operating system (OpenBSD, Linux, NetBSD, FreeBSD, etc.
Homepage:http://www.darwinsys.com/file/
Function:File Format Identification


Description

This is the home page for the open source implementation of the file(1) command that ships with every free operating system (OpenBSD, Linux, NetBSD, FreeBSD, etc.) and has been ported to most systems where people use free software (including OS/2, DOS, MS Windows, etc.).

User Experiences

Development Activity