Provided by: bootcd_3.27_all bug


       bootcdflopcp - copy changes made after booting from bootcd to floppy


       bootcdflopcp [-v] [-d <device>]


       bootcdflopcp  will  copy  changes  made  in  ram to the floppy disk.  bootcdflopcp will be
       available as soon as your system is running from cd.  The floppy has to have a  filesystem
       already.  (See mke2fs or mformat).  If you have to boot from floppy, because your cd-drive
       or bios does not support to boot from cd a msdos filesystem is used to run syslinux.  When
       bootcdflopcp is called it searches for differences between RAM and CD.  For each different
       file, it checks if it is listed in the files ignore, remove or change on floppy. If it  is
       listed  in  change it will be saved to change.tgz on floppy. If it is listed in remove the
       file will be removed from ram next boot time. If  it  is  listed  in  ignore  it  will  be
       ignored. If it is not listed at all you will be interactively asked what to do.


       -v  The option "-v" (verbose) adds messages on running.

       -d <device>
           Use another device instead of "/dev/fd0" to save changes.


              If a file is listed here the file will be deleted from ram next boot time.

              If a file is listed here bootcdflopcp will save it in change.tgz.

              If a file is listed here bootcdflopcp will ignore changes to this file.

              Here all changed files are stored in gzipped tar format.


       bootcd(1), bootcd2disk(1), bootcdwrite(1)


       This manual page was written by Bernd Schumacher <>, for the Debian
       GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).

                                   Wed Feb 23 00:00:00 EET 2000                         BOOTCD(1)