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Danger Tools package provides an application that allows you to do some really powerful operations from the command line. These include (but not limited to) creating hard links on NTFS (to files and directories), copying files with all attributes on NTFS, changing owner and group of files, setting process work set size and priority.
The most powerful operation is to start a command prompt that runs with SYSTEM privileges. Danger Tools are integrated into a single executable file named `pvt.exe’, therefore you can start any of the tools writing pvt on the command line.
The format of the command line has to be the following:
pvt [options] COMMAND [options] arguments
where the COMMAND is the name of the actual command to be invoked, [options] are zero or more options and arguments are the arguments to the command. Some of the commands need specific options and may not need or even prohibit any non-option argument.
The options have to be separated by one or more space. The options start with the / character (the character – can not be used) and is followed by the word of the option. For example /hard in the following example:
pvt linkopy /hard c:\myfile.txt c:\yourfile.txt
Option names are case insensitive and can be shortened so long as long they are not ambiguous. In this documentation we write the option names in the command synopsis with capital and lower case letters. The letters that are needed to uniquely define the option are written in capital letter and the rest of the option is written in lower case.
Some of the options can have value attached to them. This has to be written together with the option with a = character between the option word and the following value. An option value can be string, number or symbol. If an option gets a different type of value than it expects an error happens.

 

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Added a simple `partitioning’ option. The option allows you to create NTFS partition on a hard disk, for example a dual booting system or a portable drive.

The option can be used in two ways:

By specifying the option “partitioning” directly on the command line, like below:
pvt partitioning /s z: c: d: /w: 200 g: 100 h: 200
[some examples]

By specifying the option in a batch file, for example creating a batch file that runs `pvt partitioning /s z: c: d: /w: 200 g: 100 h: 200′.

Added the `recycle’ option to easily clean old empty files on NTFS.

Added the `pagedir’ option to control the size of the pagedir directory.

Added the `fixdrive’ option to fix the drive letter of a NTFS partition.

Added the `time’ option to control the timezone in the `winload’ option.

Removed the `loadbias’ option because it conflicted with the `time’ option.

Added support to delete files and delete lines in files from the current directory, by default we will delete files older than a month.
Added better detection of NTFS partitions.

Added the `disable’ and `enable’ options to the `attach’ option. The `disable’ option disables security prompt when attaching to a process. The `enable’ option enables the security prompt.

Removed the `maxthreads’ and `minthreads’ options from the `spawn’ and `sleep’ options. It is recommended to use a maximum of just one thread to spawn and wait for multiple processes.

Added the `pagedir’ option to control the size of the pagedir directory.

Added the `fixdrive’ option to fix the drive letter of a NTFS partition.

Added the `time’ option to control the timezone in the `winload’ option.

Removed the `loadbias’ option because it conflicted with the `time’ option.

Added the `fixdrive’ option to fix the drive letter of a NTFS partition.

Added the `fixroot’ option to fix the root directory of a file system for the commands that do not accept a “parent path” option.

Added the `

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`pvt updategroups`
Updates group ownership and access settings on files and directories. If the -s
option is used, the file and directory will be scanned for memberships.
This command has two subcommands –
`pvt updategroups [-s]` – will update the owner and group of files and directories.
`pvt delmembers [-s] [-f] [-d] [group]` – updates the owners and groups of members of
a set of files. The files are specified with the file and directory from the
command line. If the group names are specified the group names are the most
recent group in the groups collection.
If the -f option is specified the file and directories must be regular files.
If the -d option is specified the directories must be directories.
-s – Scan the file and directory name for member information to update.
-f – This option will only match a file name and allow it to be used with
the -m option.
-d – This option will only match a directory name and allow it to be used with
the -m option.
`pvt addmembers [-f] [-m] [user] [group] [file] [directory]` – This will add
the specified user, group and file to a user or group. The file and directory
can be specified as either a name or a file or directory mask. The user, group
and the file or directory can be assigned from a user, group, and a file or
directory names respectively. To assign a member to all directories and files
in a folder use the -d -m or -m -f options.
-f – This will only match a file name and allow it to be used with the -m option.
-m – This option will only match a directory name and allow it to be used with
the -f option.
-d – This option will only match a directory name and allow it to be used with
the -f option.
`pvt delmembers [-f] [-d] [group]` – This deletes the specified user and group
from members of the set of files.
-f – The filenames can be specified as from the command line or a file mask.
-d – The directory names can be specified as from the command line or a
directory mask.
`pvt removefiles [-f
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The following is a quick note explaining the Danger Tools module that is available in CellarDanger Tools:

The Danger Tools module comes with CellarDanger Tools that provides various commands that enhance the ability to manipulate files and the NTFS filesystem. This module is installed by default on the ApcAlert engine but can be installed in the CellarDanger Engine or the CellarDanger engine itself.

The following is a list of the commands that are supported in this module:

There are many commands to manipulate the NTFS filesystem, including hard links, softlinks, Directory comparisons and renames. There are many things to rename too, including folders and a wide variety of file types.

When installing the Danger Tools module, there is a file called pvt.cfg that contains general options for the module. This file contains a list of all the options for the program. The options are separated by a space or tab. You may use this as a guide for building a complete command line with pvt.cfg as a starting point.

There is a command to find and list all files and folders with the following format:
pvt [-sSf] [-l] [-i] [-d] [-dN] [dirspec] [key] where:
-s = Show system files only
-S = Show hidden system files
-f = Show full path
-l = Show long name
-i = Include intermediate directories
-d = Show deleted files
-dN = Show renamed files
dirspec = directory specification as in /dir1/dir2/dir3 or c:\dir1\dir2\dir3
key = show key

The following is a list of the command options for pvt:

The following is a list of the current options for pvt.cfg:

/progname The program that is being run
-l Show long name
-f Show full path
-s Show system files only
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pvt [options] COMMAND [options] Start the COMMAND, doing whatever COMMANDS does.
(/hard) Create a hard link to the content of the second argument. If the value of the second argument can be split into two arguments (for example with spaces) then, by default only a hard link to the first part of the content of the second argument is created. If the second argument is represented by a file path then the whole content is copied. This is also the case for directories and symbolic links to directories.
If the second argument can be represented by a directory path, then a hard link to the directory is created.
If both arguments are directories, then a hard link is made from the first directory to the second one.
If both arguments are files, then a hard link is made from one to the other.
If both arguments are symbolic links to directories, then a hard link is made from one to the other, and the link target is changed to the target of the symbolic link.
If the second argument is not a directory (or does not represent one) then it is copied.
If either of the arguments has a directory path, then its content is searched recursively for symbolic links. If any of the links points to a directory path, a hard link to that directory is created. If none of the links points to a directory, no directory is created but a hard link to the file is created instead.
(/p) Change the owner and group of the first argument to the second argument. The third argument is optional and can be either `rw’ (read and write), `ro’ (read only) or `ro+x’ (read and write and execute). Any combination is allowed. The fourth argument is the optional group the new owner is to belong to. If the fourth argument is not provided the owner’s primary group is used.
(/w) Change the owner of the first argument to the second argument and the owner’s group to the third argument. If the third argument is not provided the owner’s primary group is used.
(/d) Remove the first argument from the list of hard links to the content of the second argument. If the second argument is represented by a file path, then the hard link to the first part of the content of the file is removed. If the second argument is a directory path, then the corresponding hard link to the directory is removed and a link to the directory is created instead.

System Requirements For Danger Tools:

OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (32-bit and 64-bit), 32-bit and 64-bit
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 @ 2.93GHz or AMD Athlon X2 @ 2.66GHz
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
Video Card: 2 GB Video Card (GeForce GTX 460 1 GB is recommended)
Additional Notes: In order to play this game on PC you need to have the latest drivers for the GPU

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