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WIMINFO(1)			 User Commands			    WIMINFO(1)

       wiminfo - Display or change information about a WIM file	or image

       wiminfo WIMFILE [IMAGE [NEW_NAME	[NEW_DESC]]] [OPTION...]

       wiminfo,	or equivalently	wimlib-imagex info, displays information about
       WIMFILE or the specified	IMAGE in it, and optionally changes properties
       of  IMAGE such as its name and description, or changes the bootable im-
       age of the WIM.

       If neither an image nor any flags other	than  --check  are  specified,
       then  basic information about the WIM and the images contained in it is
       shown.  If an image is specified	by IMAGE (as a 1-based image index  or
       an  image  name), then the 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 descrip-
       tion.   If  NEW_DESC  is	not specified, then the	image's	description is
       not changed.

       wiminfo does not	support	modifying a split WIM, although	you  may  dis-
       play information	about one, including any of its	parts.

	     Mark the specified	IMAGE as the "bootable"	image of the WIM.  The
	     "bootable"	image is the image which the Windows  bootloader  will
	     use when loading Windows PE from the WIM.

	     Verify the	integrity of WIM if it contains	extra integrity	infor-
	     mation.  In addition, if modifying	the WIM, add  extra  integrity
	     information if it was not present before.

	     If	 modifying the WIM, remove its extra integrity information, if
	     it	had any.

	     If	modifying the WIM, add extra integrity information if  it  was
	     not present before, i.e. like --check but don't also do the veri-
	     fication beforehand.

       --image-property	NAME=VALUE
	     Assign an arbitrary property to the specified IMAGE  in  the  XML
	     document  of  the	WIM.   NAME  is	 an element path such as "WIN-
	     DOWS/VERSION/MAJOR", and VALUE is the string to place in the ele-
	     ment,  such  as  "10".   See the documentation for	this option to
	     wimcapture(1) for more details.  This  option  may	 be  specified
	     multiple times.

	     Show detailed information from the	WIM header.

	     List all the "blobs" (unique file data) in	the WIM.

	     Extract the WIM's raw XML document	to FILE.

	     Extract the WIM's raw XML document	to standard output.

       wimlib-imagex(1)	wimdir(1)

wimlib 1.13.0			 November 2018			    WIMINFO(1)


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