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Linux in a Nutshell

This directory of Linux commands is from Linux in a Nutshell, 5th Edition.

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mimencode

mimencode [options] [filename] [-o output_file]

Translate to and from MIME multimedia mail-encoding formats. By default, mimencode reads standard input and sends a base64-encoded version of the input to standard output.

Options

-b

Use the (default) base64 encoding.

-o output_file

Send output to the named file rather than to standard output.

-p

Translate decoded CRLF sequences into the local newline convention during decoding, and do the reverse during encoding. Meaningful only for base64 encoding.

-q

Use the quoted-printable encoding instead of base64.

-u

Decode the standard input rather than encode it.


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