You can also choose between different ways of how to treat the device. KBACKUP currently supports three different ways of archive treatment, which can be set with the Set Device Type -option:
The new LINUX floppy driver supports high volume floppy formats of up
to about 1.9 MB per 3.5'' HD floppy, or 3.8 MB per 3.5'' ED floppy. If
the corresponding entries are set in your /etc/fdprm file,
they can be used from KBACKUP .
It will automatically call the setfdprm(1) program for you.
For more information on LINUX floppy formats, see the documentation
of the fdutils -package, available from:
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