decode-dimms --version (return code: 0)
Unrecognized option --version
decode-dimms --help (return code: 0)
Usage: /usr/bin/decode-dimms [-c] [-f [-b]] [-x|-X file [files..]] /usr/bin/decode-dimms -h -f, --format Print nice html output -b, --bodyonly Don't print html header (useful for postprocessing the output) --side-by-side Display all DIMMs side-by-side if possible --merge-cells Merge neighbour cells with identical values (side-by-side output only) -c, --checksum Decode completely even if checksum fails -x, Read data from hexdump files -X, Same as -x except treat multibyte hex data as little endian -h, --help Display this usage summary Hexdumps can be the output from hexdump, hexdump -C, i2cdump, eeprog and likely many other progams producing hex dumps of one kind or another. Note that the default output of "hexdump" will be byte-swapped on little-endian systems and you must use -X instead of -x, otherwise the dump will not be parsed correctly. It is better to use "hexdump -C", which is not ambiguous.