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GRUB-FILE

Section: User Commands (1)

Updated: December 2015

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NAME

grub-file - check file type

SYNOPSIS

file ,OPTIONS FILE/

DESCRIPTION

Check if FILE is of specified type.

--is-i386-xen-pae-domu
Check if FILE can be booted as i386 PAE Xen unprivileged guest kernel:
--is-x86_64-xen-domu
Check if FILE can be booted as x86_64 Xen unprivileged guest kernel:
--is-x86-xen-dom0
Check if FILE can be used as Xen x86 privileged guest kernel:
--is-x86-multiboot
Check if FILE can be used as x86 multiboot kernel:

:--is-x86-multiboot2 Check if FILE can be used as x86 multiboot2 kernel

--is-arm-linux
Check if FILE is ARM Linux:
--is-arm64-linux
Check if FILE is ARM64 Linux:
--is-ia64-linux
Check if FILE is IA64 Linux:
--is-mips-linux
Check if FILE is MIPS Linux:
--is-mipsel-linux
Check if FILE is MIPSEL Linux:
--is-sparc64-linux
Check if FILE is SPARC64 Linux:
--is-powerpc-linux
Check if FILE is POWERPC Linux:
--is-x86-linux
Check if FILE is x86 Linux:
--is-x86-linux32
Check if FILE is x86 Linux supporting 32-bit protocol:
--is-x86-kfreebsd
Check if FILE is x86 kFreeBSD:
--is-i386-kfreebsd
Check if FILE is i386 kFreeBSD:
--is-x86_64-kfreebsd
Check if FILE is x86_64 kFreeBSD:
--is-x86-knetbsd
Check if FILE is x86 kNetBSD:
--is-i386-knetbsd
Check if FILE is i386 kNetBSD:

:--is-x86_64-knetbsd Check if FILE is x86_64 kNetBSD

--is-i386-efi
Check if FILE is i386 EFI file:
--is-x86_64-efi
Check if FILE is x86_64 EFI file:
--is-ia64-efi
Check if FILE is IA64 EFI file:
--is-arm64-efi
Check if FILE is ARM64 EFI file:
--is-arm-efi
Check if FILE is ARM EFI file:
--is-hibernated-hiberfil
Check if FILE is hiberfil.sys in hibernated state:
--is-x86_64-xnu
Check if FILE is x86_64 XNU (Mac OS X kernel):
--is-i386-xnu
Check if FILE is i386 XNU (Mac OS X kernel):
--is-xnu-hibr
Check if FILE is XNU (Mac OS X kernel) hibernated image:
--is-x86-bios-bootsector
Check if FILE is BIOS bootsector:

-h, --help Display this help and exit. -u, --usage Display the usage of this command and exit.

SEE ALSO

The full documentation for grub-file is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and grub-file programs are properly installed at your site, the command

<DD CLASS="c2|info grub-file:

should give you access to the complete manual.


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