Logical interchange format



file format, file system
(LIF) A Hewlett-Packard simple file system format used to boot HP-PA machines and to interchange files between older HP machines. A LIF file system is a header, containing a single directory, with 10-character case sensitive filenames and 2-byte file types, followed by the files.
LIF Utilities for linux (http://hpcc.org/hpil/lif_utils.html).
(2003-10-09)

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