fatattr - Display or change attributes on a FAT filesystem
fatattr [+-rhsvda67] files...
fatattr displays or changes attributes on an MS-DOS FAT filesystem. If
only a list of files (or directories) are given, it displays the
attributes for those files or directories. If given a list of
attributes, it will add (+) or remove (-) the specified attributes from
the given list of files or directories.
The attributes are:
r File or directory is readonly.
h File or directory is hidden.
s File or directory is used by the system in a nonstandard way.
Standard defragmentation software will avoid this file.
Microsoft operating systems will treat any file or directory
with the system attribute as hidden, even if the hidden bit is
v Entry is a volume label. This bit cannot be changed.
d Entry is a directory. This bit cannot be changed.
a File has been changed. This bit is set any time a file (but not
a directory) is changed, and is typically cleared by backup
6, 7 Unused attributes, set to zero when the file is created and
Requires Linux kernel version 2.6.11 or later.
Written by H. Peter Anvin <email@example.com>.
Copyright © 2005 H. Peter Anvin.
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