Provided by: bootcd_6.6.2_all bug


       bootcdflopcp - copy changes made after booting from bootcd to floppy


       bootcdflopcp [-v] [-d device]


       bootcd2disk is used to write a running bootcd built with bootcdwrite to disk.

       The bootcd can be copied to one or more Disk Partitions seen by the running system.  It is
       possible to let bootcd2disk automatically find a disk, make partitions on it, copy the  cd
       to the disk and make the disk bootable.

       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.
       bootcdflopcp  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.


          be verbose

       -d device
          Use device instead of /dev/fd0 to save changes.


          Each  line  in the file remove on the floppy disk is a file name.  Files listed will be
          deleted from ram next boot time.

          Each line in the file ignore on the floppy disk is a file name.  Files listes  will  be
          ignored by bootcdflopcp.

          Files in change.tgz on the floppy disk will be copied to ram next boot time.


       bootcd(7),    bootcdwrite(1),   bootcd2disk(1),   bootcdmk2diskconf(1),   bootcdbackup(1),
       bootcdwrite.conf(5), bootcd2disk.conf(5)


       License: GNU General Public License, version 3


       Bernd Schumacher <> (2007-2020)