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Format a floppy using CLI or X-Term
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Thread: Format a floppy using CLI or X-Term

  1. #1

    Format a floppy using CLI or X-Term

    Hi! How do I format a floppy without using GUI tools ?

    is this right?

    Code:
    fdformat /dev/fd0
    Thanks,
    Shebang

  2. #2

    Re:Format a floppy using CLI or X-Term

    hello,
    I use mkfs.ext2 /dev/fd0

  3. #3

    Re:Format a floppy using CLI or X-Term

    [quote author=pbharris link=board=1;threadid=8700;start=0#msg78629 date=1076958160]
    hello,
    I use mkfs.ext2 /dev/fd0
    [/quote]

    well, i need to format the floppy so that i can transfer files between XP and Linux so

    mkdosfs -c /dev/fd0 works right?

  4. #4

    Re:Format a floppy using CLI or X-Term

    [quote author=pbharris link=board=1;threadid=8700;start=0#msg78629 date=1076958160]
    hello,
    I use mkfs.ext2 /dev/fd0
    [/quote]

    well, i need to format the floppy so that i can transfer files between XP and Linux so

    mkdosfs -c /dev/fd0 works right?

  5. #5

    Re:Format a floppy using CLI or X-Term

    [quote author=shebang link=board=1;threadid=8700;start=0#msg78628 date=1076958019]
    Hi! How do I format a floppy without using GUI tools ?

    is this right?

    Code:
    fdformat /dev/fd0
    Thanks,
    Shebang
    [/quote]
    that should work, but I'm curious as to what fs it makes on the floppy?

  6. #6

    Re:Format a floppy using CLI or X-Term

    [quote author=countach44 link=board=1;threadid=8700;start=0#msg78632 date=1076958539]
    [quote author=shebang link=board=1;threadid=8700;start=0#msg78628 date=1076958019]
    Hi! How do I format a floppy without using GUI tools ?

    is this right?

    Code:
    fdformat /dev/fd0
    Thanks,
    Shebang
    [/quote]
    that should work, but I'm curious as to what fs it makes on the floppy?
    [/quote]

    i thought it makes the default fs : ext2 doesn't it???

  7. #7

    Re:Format a floppy using CLI or X-Term

    I don't use floppies period, use mkdosfs, dos format seems to be pretty standard for floppies anyhow...

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