Copies to and from diskettes.
flcopy [ -f Device ] [ -h | -r ] [ -t Number ]
The flcopy command copies a diskette (opened as /dev/rfd0) to a file named floppy created in the current directory, then prints the message: Change floppy, hit return when done. The flcopy command then copies the floppy file to the diskette. You can specify the -f, -h, -r, or -tNumber flag to modify the behavior of the flcopy command.
Note: You cannot use the flcopy command to copy data from one diskette to another diskette of different size.
|-f Device||Allows you to specify a drive other than /dev/rfd0.|
|-h||Causes the flcopy command to open the floppy file in the current directory and copy it to /dev/rfd0.|
|-r||Tells the flcopy command to exit after copying the diskette to the floppy file in the current directory.|
|-t Number||Causes only the specified Number of tracks to be copied. The tracks copied always begin with the first tracks on the diskette.|
This command returns the following
|>0||An error occurred.|
|/usr/sbin/flcopy||Contains the flcopy command.|
The format or fdformat command.
The fd special file.