*** This is cc1541 version 4.0 built on Feb 24 2023 ***
Usage: cc1541 [options] image.[d64|d71|d81]
-n diskname Disk name, default='cc1541'.
-i id Disk ID, default='00 2a'.
-H message Hidden BAM message. Only for D64 (up to 85 chars) or SPEED DOS
(up to 20 chars).
-w localname Write local file to disk, if filename is not set then the
local name is used. After file written, the filename is unset.
-W localname Like -w, but encode file in Transwarp format.
Provide Transwarp bootfile as last file using
"-f 'transwarp vX.YZ' -w 'transwarp vX.YZ.prg'"
-K key Set an encryption key for Transwarp files, a string of up to 29
-f filename Use filename as name when writing next file, use prefix # to
include arbitrary PETSCII characters (e.g. -f "start#a0,8,1").
-o Do not overwrite if file with same name exists already.
-V Do not modify image unless it is in valid CBM DOS format.
-T filetype Filetype for next file, allowed parameters are PRG, SEQ, USR, REL
and DEL, or a decimal number between 0 and 255. Default is PRG.
-P Set write protect flag for next file.
-O Set open flag for next file.
-N Force creation of a new directory entry, even if a file with the
same name exists already.
-l filename Write loop file (an additional dir entry) to existing file to
disk, set filename with -f.
-L Add dir entry without writing file (track and sector will be 0),
requires a filename given with -f.
-B numblocks Write the given value as file size in blocks to the directory for
the next file. Not applicable for Transwarp files.
-M numchars Hash computation maximum filename length, this must
match loader option FILENAME_MAXLENGTH in Krill's loader.
Default is 16.
-m Ignore filename hash collisions, without this switch a collision
results in an error.
-d track Maintain a shadow directory (copy of the actual directory without
a valid BAM).
-t Use directory track to also store files (makes -x useless)
-u numblocks When using -t, amount of dir blocks to leave free (default=2).
-x Don't split files over directory track hole (default split files).
-F value Next file first sector on a new track (default=0).
Any negative value assumes aligned tracks and uses current
sector + interleave - value. After each file, the value falls
back to the default. Not applicable for D81.
-S value Default sector interleave, default=10. Not applicable for D81.
-s value Next file sector interleave, valid after each file.
The interleave value falls back to the default value set by -S
after the first sector of the next file. Not applicable for D81.
-e Start next file on an empty track (default start sector is
current sector plus interleave).
-E Try to fit file on a single track.
-r track Restrict next file blocks to the specified track or higher.
-b sector Set next file beginning sector to the specified value.
Not applicable for D81.
-c Save next file cluster-optimized (d71 only).
-4 Use tracks 35-40 with SPEED DOS BAM formatting.
-5 Use tracks 35-40 with DOLPHIN DOS BAM formatting.
-R level Try to restore deleted and formatted files.
level 0: Only restore dir entries without touching any t/s links.
level 1: Fix dir entries for files with valid t/s chains.
level 2: Also add wild sector chains with valid t/s chains.
level 3: Also fix dir entries with invalid t/s chains.
level 4: Also add and fix wild invalid t/s chains.
level 5: Also add reasonable wild single blocks.
-g filename Write additional g64 output file with given name.
-a Print command line options that would create the same directory as
the one in the given image (for directory art import).
-U mapping Print PETSCII as Unicode (requires Unicode 13.0 font, e.g.
UNSCII). Use mapping 0 for ASCII output, 1 for upper case, 2 for
lower case, default is 0.
-q Be quiet.
-v Be verbose.
-h Print this command line help.