A couple of new options inspired by home use:
1. From the "Thank you DOS for all your stupid limits" department we have an enhancement to the -I option to ignore a slice. The slice number can be followed by a BSD partition letter (e.g., "-I1g") to ignore a BSD partition within a slice. Ditto for the -R options which forces raw compression. 2. From the "Gee, I shoulda taken that grinding noise more seriously" department we have the -X option to force imagezip to try e(X)tremely hard (yeah, yeah, its the only letter I could come up with) to read the data off the disk, even faking (zero) data if a read fails after 10 tries.
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