Universal Disk Format

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* [http://sourceforge.net/projects/linux-udf/ udftools]
 
* [http://sourceforge.net/projects/linux-udf/ udftools]
 
Operating systems often include drivers for UDF. On Linux, a UDF image file can be mounted using a loopback driver (<code>mount -r -t udf -o loop ...</code>).
 
Operating systems often include drivers for UDF. On Linux, a UDF image file can be mounted using a loopback driver (<code>mount -r -t udf -o loop ...</code>).
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* [https://github.com/KBNLresearch/isolyzer isolyzer] is a tool that verifies if the file size of an ISO image is consistent with the information in its filesystem-level headers. This can be useful for detecting incomplete (e.g. truncated) ISO images. Supported filesystems include UDF (as well as ISO 9660, HFS, HFS+, and hybrids of all of these filesystems).
  
 
== Links ==
 
== Links ==
 
* [[Wikipedia:Universal Disk Format|Wikipedia article]]
 
* [[Wikipedia:Universal Disk Format|Wikipedia article]]
 
* [http://www.blu-raydisc.com/Assets/Downloadablefile/3_filesystem-15265.pdf Documentation of Blu-ray Disc filesystem]
 
* [http://www.blu-raydisc.com/Assets/Downloadablefile/3_filesystem-15265.pdf Documentation of Blu-ray Disc filesystem]

Latest revision as of 15:50, 6 September 2017

File Format
Name Universal Disk Format
Ontology
"UDF" redirects here. For another UDF format, see Softdisk Publishing UDF files.

Universal Disk Format (UDF) is a filesystem often used on DVD-ROMs (and other optical disc formats, such as Blu-ray Discs), but which is suitable for general purposes. Informally, it is the successor to ISO 9660.

It uses little-endian byte order format, as people sometimes find out the hard way.

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Operating systems often include drivers for UDF. On Linux, a UDF image file can be mounted using a loopback driver (mount -r -t udf -o loop ...).

  • isolyzer is a tool that verifies if the file size of an ISO image is consistent with the information in its filesystem-level headers. This can be useful for detecting incomplete (e.g. truncated) ISO images. Supported filesystems include UDF (as well as ISO 9660, HFS, HFS+, and hybrids of all of these filesystems).

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