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Re: disk files too large to fit on floppy disks

you can use split.

you can also use tar -M

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On Sun, 15 Oct 2000, Zach Smith wrote:

> Hello,
> I tried copying the Debian base disk files to 
> actual floppy disks, and they are too large by
> about 30kB. I had to reformat my copy disks
> to use 81 tracks, which is risky. I am just now
> continuing this process, getting disk write errors... 
> A better solution would be to recreate the files
> in the smaller size.
> Thanks
> Zach
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