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cpmcp - copy files from and to CP/M disks
cpmcp [-f format] [-p] [-t] image user:file file cpmcp [-f format] [-p] [-t] image user:file ... directory cpmcp [-f format] [-p] [-t] image file user:file cpmcp [-f format] [-p] [-t] image file ... user:
cpmcp copies one or more files to or from a CP/M disk. When copying multiple files, the last argument must be a drive or directory. The drive letter does not matter because the device is specified by the image, it is only used to specify which direction you want to copy. The user number is specified after the drive letter, if omitted user 0 is used. You can use * and ? in CP/M file names, which have the same meaning in sh(1) file name patterns.
-f format Use the given CP/M disk format instead of the default format. -p Preserve time stamps when copying files from CP/M to UNIX (not implemented for copying the other way so far). -t Convert text files between CP/M and UNIX conventions.
Upon successful completion, exit code 0 is returned.
Any errors are indicated by exit code 1.
/etc/cpmtools/diskdefs CP/M disk format definitions
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