Can someone help me on my way, please.
par2cmdline version 0.4, Copyright (C) 2003 Peter Brian Clements.
par2cmdline comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the
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par2 c(reate) [options] <par2 file> [files] : Create PAR2 files
par2 v(erify) [options] <par2 file> [files] : Verify files using PAR2 file
par2 r(epair) [options] <par2 file> [files] : Repair files using PAR2 files
You may also leave out the "c", "v", and "r" commands by using "parcreate",
"par2verify", or "par2repair" instead.
-b<n> : Set the Block-Count
-s<n> : Set the Block-Size (Don't use both -b and -s)
-r<n> : Level of Redundancy (%%)
-c<n> : Recovery block count (Don't use both -r and -c)
-f<n> : First Recovery-Block-Number
-u : Uniform recovery file sizes
-l : Limit size of recovery files (Don't use both -u and -l)
-n<n> : Number of recovery files (Don't use both -n and -l)
-m<n> : Memory (in MB) to use
-v [-v]: Be more verbose
-q [-q]: Be more quiet (-q -q gives silence)
-- : Treat all remaining CommandLine as filenames
If you wish to create par2 files for a single source file, you may leave
out the name of the par2 file from the command line.
Assist@pardus bin $
The <File> I want to check is at media:/sdg1/downloads/studentpostdomino
the par file that I would use in Quickpar is called domino.par2
How do I code the cmdline