gfcombine - combine a number of shares to form the original file
gfcombine [-o OUTPUTFILE] INPUTFILE...
Combine a set of files (as produced by gfsplit) to produce the original
file by interpolating the shares on the commandline.
The name of the file to write out.
All INPUTFILEs should be called something.NNN where the .NNN is the
share number. (The gfsplit tool will output files named appropriately).
The OUTPUTFILE if omitted will default to the name of the first
INPUTFILE with the .NNN removed.
Written by Daniel Silverstone.
Report bugs against the libgfshare product on www.launchpad.net.
Copyright © 2006 Daniel Silverstone.
This is free software. You may redistribute copies of it under the
terms of the MIT licence (the COPYRIGHT file in the source
distribution). There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.
gfsplit(1), libgfshare(3), gfshare(7)