Print the value associated with the given attribute: xattr -p [-lrsvx] attr_name file ...
Write a given attribute name with a value: xattr -w [-rsx] attr_name attr_value file ...
Delete the given attribute from file: xattr -d [-rsv] attr_name file ...
Clear all attributes including their associated values: xattr -c [-rsv] file ...
Display help: xattr -h | --help
Key -c CLear all Atrributes.
-d Delete the given attribute.
-l By default, the first two command forms either display just the attribute names or values, respectively. The -l option causes both the attribute names and corresponding values to be displayed. For hex display of values, the output is preceeded with the hex offset values and followed by ASCII display, enclosed by '|'.
-p Print the value associated with the given attribute.
-r If a file argument is a directory, act as if the entire contents of the directory recursively were also specified (so that every file in the directory tree is acted upon).
-s If a file argument is a symbolic link, act on the symbolic link itself, rather than the file that the symbolic link points at.
-v Force the the file name to be displayed, even for a single file.
-w Write a given attribute name with a value.
-x Force the attribute value to be displayed in the hexadecimal representation.